The Antichrist has arrived to judge all those left on Earth after Armageddon. The question remains who will be chosen and who will stay and suffer.
Another year and another season of AHS, this time the entire world has ended and we get to spend time with some of its only survivors.
This series has a big crossover as well with returning cast members playing old characters, the promotional posters had old locations revisited and Sarah Paulson is playing triple duty with a new character as well as two returning characters. How lucky are we for that?
Over the first half of the season we’ve gone from slasher horror featuring a Killer Clown Squad to a much more horrifying look at how easy it is for someone like Kai to enter into normal people’s lives and turn them into the absolute worst of humanity.
His goal is to take over the world but how is he going to do that?
The episode I guess we’ve all been waiting for. Its the time when most of our questions get answered.
After an explosive episode last week we turn back the clock and find out where some of the story began. Right before the Election Night…
Killer Clown Cults, phobias, politics… AHS:Cult is taking us on a wild ride of some of the most terrifying things we could imagine.
For me personally Cult started off with a bang with scary clowns running amok and a mentally fragile main character keeping you second guessing whether what you were seeing was real or not.
It ended on a cliffhanger and starts right where it left off…
AHS is back with its seventh series. Once more its a series promising to be very different from the last but also tying itself to one from the past too…
With all the Millers and their reenactors in the house once more what will happen to the group over the period of the blood moon?
Over halfway through the series and the first big twist of the season is promised to change everything.