Dark Web, not to be confused with the upcoming Unfriended: Dark Web, is a horror anthology made of eight different segments, of various lengths, each one directed by a different person.
Undergone intense rewrites, the seventh season of American Horror Story has, finally, embraced the US presidential election as main plotline.
Cult, the very much explanatory title given to the season, is really an amalgamation of themes and storylines.
Mostly, we follow Kai (Evan Peters), a deranged dude who sees the victory of Trump as an opportunity for underdogs to rise to the power in the United States. The fictional city of Brookfield Heights, Michigan is indeed left divided by the election outcome and Kai is using people fears and uncertainty to achieve his sick goals.
In fact, Peters’ character orchestrates acts of terrorism, fake assaults and, especially, a gang of killer clowns (not from outer space, this time around) to weaken the sense of security of Brookfield Heights. Long story short, Kai Anderson wants to become a dictator and manipulates people’s feelings to achieve that.
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