Critic Consensus: American Horror Story: Cult intrigues with timely, over-the-top creepiness - and lots of clowns - despite being hampered by broad political generalizations and occasional holes in the narrative's logic.
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While Lange's humor was subtle, side of the mouth, and pure honey-glazed glass shards, Billie Lourd comes equipped with that certain Tweetable humor that is irresistible and scene stealing, but for entirely different reasons.
Simply put, AHS: Cult is fun - a word I never thought I'd use to describe a show devoted to clowns, cults, and reacting to Donald Trump.
If AHS is known for anything, it's that it doesn't do subtle. The references to the election - particularly in the finale - are so heavy-handed, it will make you cringe and by the end, you'll be baffled as to what it's actually trying to say.
American Horror Story: Cult ultimately feels like a missed opportunity.
Of course, no American Horror Story lasts long without flying off the rails. Increasingly with this series, we tend to fly off with it.
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