Killer clowns unleash political nightmare in 'American Horror Story'

Killer clowns unleash political nightmare in 'American Horror Story'

Killer clowns unleash political nightmare in 'American Horror Story'

Fan-favorite villain Twisty the Clown is back in a new American Horror Story: Cult motion comic promoting his upcoming appearance in the new season.

One obvious home run was Emma Roberts' season three performance, was a top ten most entertaining television performance in my opinion. Why are we afraid?

The seventh season of Ryan Murphy's "American Horror Story" titled "Cult" will begin on President Donald J. Trump's win on election night.

The cast members for this season of "AHS" include #Evan Peters as Kai Anderson [VIDEO], Sarah Paulson as Ally Mayfair-Richards, Alison Pill as Ivy Mayfair-Richards, and Cheyenne Jackson as Dr. VIncent. In this new season, he is still using those same effects but instead of it being unrealistic creations such as vampires, witches and ghosts, everything is depicted by real people and events. Their friends, the Changs, yell at each other. By the time a title card informs us it's election night, a feeling of dread (well, again, depending how you voted) has set in. Meanwhile, Billie Lourd's character, Winter, seems to be both at odds with and in cahoots with Kai. While this is happening, Winter is showing their son videos of murders online after witnessing the boy painting a picture of a clown with a knife and wants to show the real deal. Despite their political differences, Kai and Winter clearly have a deep connection based on pinky swears and she seems to be worshiping him a bit like a cult leader.

In a new teaser released by FX, Twisty is front and center is this disturbing motion comic that shows the demented clown tearing out the liver and cutting out the tongue of one of his victims.

That specific episode will focus on "the female rage then and in the country now" by flashing back to Solanas and her "Scum Manifesto", in which she instructed women to kill men in order to rise to power.

Billy Eichner's beekeeping character: Eichner and Leslie Grossman play a unusual couple who move in across the street from Ally and Ivy. Regardless, despite Ally's protests, the doctor prescribes her meds to keep the phobias at bay. 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. Using this, along with Ally's son's fascination with Twisty and her refueled coulrophobia, the show brings clowns back in a big way - sprinkling a bit of that viral "clowns in the woods" phenomenon from a year ago into the mix. She hurls bottles of rosé at the assailants and runs to her auto, where one of the figures waits for her. Previous topics of AHS were scary because they were about paranormal activity that is fun to watch on TV. Maybe killer clowns are just a simpler terrifying reality to confront than our own political reality.

Harrison is a beekeeper who idolizes the cult-like concept of the hive and the bee's singleminded determination to work together to fulfill a uniform task (while also shedding light on the swarm of bee-themed promos).

All I know is this: We're in for a wild, fucked-up ride.

"Nooooo!" she screams as a cable news anchor confirms Hillary Clinton just conceded the election to Donald Trump.

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