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‘American Horror Story’ Season 10 Shares A Look of Its Long Coat Wearing Monsters

by Trey Hilburn III
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American Horror Story season 10 news is starting to heat up. We just shared news that featured Macaulay Culkin’s role featured on Ryan Murphy’s Instagram. Now, we get a full-body look at some of those sharp toothed creatures we saw teased in the stylized teaser earlier this year.

These enormous dudes stand tall with a stylish long coat to pair with their sharp teeth. These bald vampire looking creatures look very familiar don’t they? If you have seen Blade 2, that might be the reason that these guys look so familiar.

The vampires in Blade 2 shared a very similar look. Bald heads, sharp teeth and long coats. Yep. Check, check and check. The big question now is, are these vamps?

The backdrop of the latest season of American Horror Story is Massachusetts. Could this be Ryan Murphy’s shot at Salem’s Lot? The neighborhood and those bald silhouettes  sure do look like they would fit in well, with King’s world. There is currently another Salem’s Lot on the way right now, so this would def be strange timing for another take on that world. But, if you have seen AHS you already know that Murphy jumps around themes like crazy. I mean, think about AHS Asylum. That one dealt with serial killer, monsters, freaks, possessed nuns, and that was just the beginning. So, maybe these vamps, if they are vamps, might just be a small part of a larger story.

It isn’t like Murphy to repeat themes and American Horror Story has already done vampires in the past. So, are they revisiting? Well, we don’t know but we can speculate and right now it sure is looking that way.

What do you guys think about the latest from American Horror Story? Think this might be Murphy’s Salem’s Lot? Let us know in the comments section.

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