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This bloody installment hits the right markers building up the season finale, but confusing revelations in the eleventh-hour raise more questions than they answer.
Just like the slasher films that inspired it, this season is setting up for a super-serial showdown that combines every trope in the blood'n'guts box.
The MVP...surprisingly, is newly thumbless Bruce...Bruce is great, the kind of comic relief this whole season could have used.
With the finale episode actually entitled "Final Girl," though, it remains to be seen who will be left standing at the end of the Nov. 13 episode.
This has been a wasted season.
I think this season may actually be creatively bankrupt!
American Horror Story does an excellent job with the build-up of the season finale, with its plethora of serial killers coming together in a bid to bathe in the massacre they wished to ensue.
The only thing that I've thoroughly enjoyed throughout the entire season is Benjamin's redemption arc.
Mark it down as the moment I have officially abandoned hope that this year's installment of American Horror Story could have a greater meaning.
"Rest in Pieces" felt very much like a filler episode.
The penultimate episode of American Horror Story: 1984 set the stage for a massive Camp Redwood reunion...the bloodshed is far from over.
A satisfying follow-up to what's introduced in "The Lady in White."
Things are building to a head at Camp Redwood, and the season finale promises to be a huge blow-out battle.