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With an unreliable protagonist and little forward momentum "Neighbors From Hell" teeters on tedious, but is saved thanks to the creepily charming Billy Eichner and Leslie Grossman.
The episode all too happily reminds us that strong emotions make people do crazy, often nonsensical things.
[Cult] gets smarter.
The episode ... pretty much loses all semblance of narrative and just becomes a random grab bag of Bad Things Happening to Ally.
Ally is really getting on my nerves, but I think that's the point.
Kai and/or whoever is pulling the strings seem to be going to extreme lengths to gaslight Ally, for reasons that are still totally unclear. And on that note, why should/do we even care?
American Horror Story: Cult presents a wonderfully twisted version of every liberal's paranoia, which mirror those of conservatives, like the chemtrails by bus that are killing all the birds.
This is getting deep.
Nothing is deadlier than horror than being boring. That's way scarier than any killer clowns, am I right?
No one is safe when it comes to a cult leader whose sole purpose is to incite chaos. Gird your loins, it's about to be a bloodbath.
I want answers, but don't know how much longer I can wait without a solid look at Kai's master plan.
Billy Eichner and Leslie Grossman continued to be two of the very best parts of this season. They manage to be hilarious, creepy, and infuriating all at once.