My mom says the new season of American Horror Story (Cult) is pure and total shit...
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She said she watched a few episodes and claims it's even worse than season 6 (Roanoke), which we didn't even think was possible... read about that here: http://www.sectual.com/thread-255.html

I will be watching the first episode with her today. I won't be reviewing it as I watch like I normally do...

But I will share my thoughts about it on this thread. I am sure it will be complete garbage.
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#2
Alright so...

Apparently my mom says she originally started watching this season from episode 5 and that's why she thought it sucked. LMFAO. She also said she doesn't like it because it's too violent and she thinks that's ridiculous. Upon watching it in the right order, she says it's better than she originally thought.

But anyway, we watched the first 5 episodes... and I really went in thinking it would be absolute total garbage.

I knew it was going to be highly politicized and I figured it would be solid leftist hysteria against Trump, etc. And what they actually have done, at least with the first 5 episodes is make everyone on every side look like hysterical morons. It's actually hilarious.

So far I think the season is totally excellent and well done. It's dumb as shit in a few aspects. Like the clown thing... that's just stupid, I'm sorry, but it totally is. Like dumb as shit. Just like the pig head men in season 6 were fucking dumb as shit. But it's an allegory, so whatever, that's fine.

Another thing I notice about the season is that it's heavily spun around the Smiley Face Killer, and it seems to weave that in with the killer clown thingy that's been going on lately. I think that is pretty interesting.

The other thing seems to be an allegory about society being a cult, and they play all sides to exemplify this. They've done really well with that.

After Roanoke (season 6), I figured they'd never do anything good again. I am pleasantly surprised with what I've seen of this season so far BUT...

I also think they could be trolling. And for that reason I am hesitant to definitively say it's excellent and simply leave it at that with no caveat. They may begin steering the show in a really bad direction from here, it's hard to imagine they would actually carry through with making a good season because it was so clear last season that they totally sold out. So I would have to assume they have terrible plans for the show/plot. Also, Lena Dunham is going to be in an upcoming episode... so that can only mean that it's pure and total sold out crap. I don't trust the fuckers at all and for that reason I will decline at least at this point to give it my unabated approval.
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#3
I just watched the newest episode...

Agh, God I love this show.

I hesitate...

I still hesitate, I don't trust 'em.

But so far it is SOOO fucking good.
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#4
Episode 8 "Winter of Our Discontent"...

It's like they lost the plot. It's like they dropped the ball.

Do they even know where the fucking story is going?

Seriously, what was that?

Now don't get me wrong...

This season has still been pretty great, COMPARED TO 'Roanoke'.

But...

This latest episode of the show, like WTF?

First of all...

THERE WAS NO NEED FOR FURTHER EXPLANATION OF WHY KAI TURNED OUT THE WAY HE DID.

NO. FURTHER. EXPLANATION. NECESSARY.

Holy shit, y'all?

Wasn't the thing with his parents ENOUGH??

Yeah it was.

And in my opinion this stupid and unnecessary bit about the trolling/going to the house was just DEMEANING to the original REASON it was suggested that Kai ended up the way he did.

Come ONNN.

Fucking disappointed in you idiots.

And about the incest...

Honestly, you guys should have just gone along with that because what you decided to do instead was FUCKING STUPID.

And the song Kai played during the ceremony scene, yeah, it was funny. But you could have chosen better.

By biggest beef with it is that it was INSULTING to Kai and Winter's intelligence to act like they actually would have gone into that house, or wanted to 'troll' in real life that way in the first place.

That's some shit even the DUMBEST characters in horror movies wouldn't even do.

Do better in the future.

Like I said, the season is still good...

But learn from this.
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#5
Maybe you guys should get on the internet and grow a personality a little more often...

Because acting like Kai and Winter would actually 'troll' in REAL LIFE, THAT WAY just goes to show you have a complete and total disconnect from what this culture is about.
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#6
Which is ironic since you try so hard to relate to and appeal to it, by mentioning 4Chan and other sites in your episodes...

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UNDERSTAND THE PRINCIPLES, FUCKERS.

Don't just name drop.

Cheapens.
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#7
Episode 9 "Drink the Kool-Aid" was off the hook...

Excellent episode, made up for the mediocre last few.
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#8
I think Asylum was the best hands down. It was so good that I would be impressed if they could make a season better than that.
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#9
There wasn't a "bad" season until Roanoke came along.

Asylum was good, but I disliked what they did with the Lily Rabe (Sister Mary Eunice) character, I thought it was a bit blasphemous.

It didn't really have any parts that are particularly memorable in my mind. I remember basically nothing about it.

Coven was bitchin' though. Fucking Jessica Lange is a goddess.

Murder House holds a special place in my heart as it was the first season I ever watched (circa 2014), plus it reminds me of my childhood home.

Hotel, totally excellent. Probably my true favorite season, sentimentality aside. Although there are elements of Hotel I felt some sentimental pull toward as well, mostly related to the soundtrack.

Freakshow was basically crap, but its magnitude of shite was nowhere near the blackhole of suck that was Roanoke.
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#10
I think at this point I would number the favorites... Murder House/Hotel tied for first place, Cult/Coven tied for second place. The rest of them, inconsequential.
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#11
So basically the crux of the final episode was that the "good guys" won and it's STILL a cult.

I hate the feminist crap and the women crap, but the show in my opinion didn't exactly place them in a favorable light.

I actually think it was a good season... my final verdict is that it was good.

It's a long road to recovery after such a hard fail as Roanoke. I hope the AHS writers and producers realize it's going to take more than one good season to make up for that...
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#12
http://www.vulture.com/2017/11/american-...eview.html

It's funny how libtards desperately try to paint everything in a favorable light, desperately trying to grasp on to ANYTHING that might be even remotely 'on their side'.

LMFAO...

AHS: Cult was not defending lefties or feminazis.

It wasn't defending the right either.

It was trying to make both sides seem ridiculous and hysterical, and I think that's pretty fair.

But one thing is for sure...

Kai Anderson was not made out to be a love/hate character.

He was lovable all the way...

He was total "get in the kitchen and make me a sammich" material, and I promise you it made women wet.

They made him out to be a "women belong in the kitchen" kinda guy, and they made women fucking love it.

It's HILARIOUS.

They were preying on and pandering to what women will never, ever be able to get beyond, nor should they: their servitude of men.
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#13
Evan Peters, to me, seems like a fairly mindless fairly young dude with the personality of a stop sign...

I used to really dig him, but every year he spends with Emma Roberts is making his nads shrink.

We all know that's a contracted relationship anyway, hell Evan might even be gay.

I digress...

He was very hot in this role, I don't get the whole blue hair thing... probably a nod toward radical "blue hair" feminazis. Negative or positive, who knows, who cares. He looked sexy as fuck.

Too bad this season is over though, AHS really screwed the pooch with Roanoke, now everyone is afraid to trust again...

Because history repeats itself and if they committed a royal and grievous fuck up like Roanoke, they're capable of doing it again.

I just hope it's not anytime soon and we can get at least a few more good seasons out of them.
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#14
(10-29-2017, 08:20 PM)Trix Wrote: Which is ironic since you try so hard to relate to and appeal to it, by mentioning 4Chan and other sites in your episodes...

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UNDERSTAND THE PRINCIPLES, FUCKERS.

Don't just name drop.

Cheapens.
Ninety-nine percent of the people on the Internet don't even know there was an Internet culture before they hopped on AOL, and they're not the least bit interested in knowing about it.
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#15
It’s just that they can’t get away with using online references and portraying their characters to be ‘children of the internet’ if they don’t even grasp the principles behind what that means.

Because their audience, of which a large percentage is these ‘children of the internet’, are gonna be turned off when they’re obviously being pandered to, but it’s off the mark and clearly coming from people who don’t know their shit.

And nobody’s gonna let ‘em in the club either...

They need an insider to tweak/approve their references, or they need to learn the principles themselves. If they can’t do either of those things, it’s best to leave those references out entirely.
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#16
Ever watch Halt and Catch Fire? It's a series about the home computer revolution of the 1980s. Much of the premise of that show is ridiculous too. For example, although they weren't building an IBM PC clone, they needed to reverse engineer the PC BIOS, and the only person they could find with the skills to do it was a college dropout with a bad attitude. Oh, and they couldn't make it past season 2 without the strenuously heterosexual alpha male lead suddenly rekindling a gay relationship with a former colleague. Motherfuck television in its festering ass.
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