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Videos: Here Are New Creepy, Mysterious 'American Horror Story' Teasers
A new batch of trailers for the next installment of American Horror Story were released today. They're still keeping the specific theme vague and mysterious, but one thing we can be fairly certain of is that it will be creepy!
Any kind of hints or speculation should be taken with a grain of salt: according to Entertainment Weekly, FX CEO John Landgraf said at the Television Critics Association that the teasers were designed to misdirect fans, and that he and Ryan Murphy "just thought [this year] it'd be really fun to keep it a mystery. So, we are." Ok! But you'll have to tell us eventually: it's premiering in exactly a month! Anyway, let's take a look at these new videos while it's still light outside.
Here are some Olde Timey children; always scary, in my opinion:
Be careful with back-to-school supplies:
A crying baby and a mobile made of sharp objects: not a good sign!
Here are some hands grabbing at ankles???
Here's a bug on a kid's face:
This monster dude kind of looks like Spiderman:
Never understood why people just don't turn lights on:
And finally, here's a nurse snipping at some wind chimes? Ok.
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