Warning: Spoilers ahead!
AHS’s strange combination of phone home-video and high-resolution security cameras starts this episode off with a new Cloverfield effect of dizziness. The constant frame switching doesn’t do Ryan Murphy and his writing team any favors as we get into the final three episodes of the season, but we all have to make due. It would seem that the Paranormal Activity style of storytelling is here to stay. Complete with lack of explanation about how certain cameras got where they are.
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Editor’s Note: This the continuation of our look at the Marvel’s Luke Cage of Netflix and if you haven’t, check out Episode 1.
In the beginning of this episode, we see the opening scene is a time jump. Luke is standing in the dark looking at a building in Harlem. Then a kid holding gun and points it at the back of Luke’s head. He demands the reason for his presence. Luke ends up telling the kid “I’ve had a long day. I am tired.” With those statements, we know the episode is going to be intense. Plus, with a title Code of the Streets, there is a slim chance that this episode is not going to end in pain.
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