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07 September 2017, 02:04 | Jermaine Blake
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Given that Twisty was already an adult in the 1940s, he couldn't possibly exist in a post-2016 election season of American Horror Story: Cult. And the romance drama "Like Crazy" arrives on Netflix.
It also appears that every season of American Horror Story is linked thematically too, blending together even better than the cheetos on Kai Anderson's face.
Cult may be the scariest installment of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's series yet - and not just because the FX show's story begins on the day Donald Trump was elected President.
We're then brought back to Kai, who ties up his messy blue hair into a man bun (yes, the hairstyle is scary, but unfortunately it's not one of the main villains of this season, at least for now) to speak at a city council meeting regarding overtime for sheriff deputies at a Jewish community center. "While Ms. Paulson and Mr. Peters commit to their characters' belief in their own derangements", James Poniewozik wrote in The New York Times, "'Cult' ends up rendering all political sides as caricatures". The show kicks off as Trump wins the election and Ally, as a married, gay woman is rather horrified by the idea. Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, and Cheyenne Jackson are big draws for fans of the franchise, but we're not sure about newcomers.
As viewers try to figure out what she's talking about, Ally pulls Ivy aside and they stop walking. As American Horror Story well knows, this goes far beyond everyday politics. But when she's alone with Oz, Winter introduces him to the Dark Web and shows him videos of people being stabbed to death.
It's hard, however, to see how the season could not be an allegory on Trump's populist movement, as the series' focus is on an angry white male using the feelings of similarly angry people for political success - which is how many would characterize the president's rise.
The showrunner told The Hollywood Reporter, "The characters have very strong views about Trump and Hillary Clinton, but it really is not about them". And yes, the house still has the balcony above the front door, which serial killer Michael Myers flew off of after being shot by Dr. Loomis at the end of the movie.
American Horror Story Cult airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. on FX.
Trypophobia is an intense revulsion to the sight of a cluster of holes which appears in an irregular pattern, and the makers of "American Horror Story" have made this a dominant feature in all its recent ads. Ally wails, "What's going to happen to Merrick Garland?"; the words "F- you, Nate Silver!" are yelled at some point. When she sees a gaggle of murderous clowns filling an otherwise empty supermarket, you have to wonder if this vision (if it is only in her head) might have been triggered by her attempt to commiserate over the state of the nation with the lone cashier taking a turn when he praises Trump and puts on that iconic red hat. (As one eagle-eyed Redditor notes, she's also styled to look a lot like a Manson girl-which is amusing, since her Scream Queens character was also a Manson descendant.) Although Winter might have tethered herself to Kai, we have to wonder whether she's the one pulling the strings behind the clowns-and if, in the end, she might be this season's true villain. I think how the show begins on election night, pro or con.
Bearing more than a passing resemblance to the doll-faced intruder from The Strangers, this clown in platform boots and a frilly dress would be kind of pretty if not for the part where she's something straight out of a nightmare. And we haven't even mentioned the homicidal clowns.
I want to preface this by saying I love entertainment bred from real-life situations.
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