The full trailer for the new AHS reminds me of every time I’ve woken up since January 20
‘Donald Trump is President of the United States’
The full trailer for American Horror Story: Cult just dropped, and all I can say is same.
In the opening segment the narrator asks, “What is the thing that scares you the most?” followed by the announcement of Donald Trump as President.
“It’s official: Donald Trump is the President of the United States.”
You hear a blood-curdling scream as our protagonist keels over and falls to the ground in tears — a feeling many of us have felt every day upon waking up since January 20.
One thing I didn’t see coming was a clown cult led by Evan Peters, but the rest of it seems pretty right.
Experience the horror again here
— Jarett Wieselman (@JarettSays) August 22, 2017
Earlier this week Ryan Murphy teased the trailer with the announcement of the new opening sequence, and despite the dead dog involved, he definitely didn’t let down.
— AmericanHorrorStory (@AHSFX) August 21, 2017
“If you get people scared enough, they will set the world on fire.”
And since our world is already up in flames, we might as well buckle in and watch on Tuesday September 5.
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