The brand new season of “American Horror Story” is four episodes in and already shows who is truly behind the strings (and use of the knives) that’s behind the killings around Camp Redwood.
The episode, rightly labeled, “True Killers,” starts with a scene from the past in order to give some light into these key players.
Montana (Billie Lourd) was involved in the teaching a men-only midnight aerobics lesson when the Night Stalker (Zach Villa) saw her.
He literally watched her via the windows before he eventually just had to release his “Rebel Yell” out. But when he observed a mouthy aerobics attendee shout at Montana, he did what anyone would do to show his love — he whooped the guy like a fish and put him up in the locker room for Montana to sew.
This was just the right kind of shock for Montana, who hooked up with the murderer, only to tell him during some pillow romance that she wanted someone else killed: Brooke (Emma Roberts).
Earlier in the season, Brooke’s backstory showed her jealous fiance gunning down his best man (and supposed best friend) at their wedding because he thought Brooke had slept with him.
(He also pulled the trigger on himself.) It turned out that the best man was Montana’s brother, and she believed Brooke had slept with him and then lied about it, deserves the blame for his death.
So now she wanted Brooke dead. Montana and the Night Stalker are definitely a match made in hell.
Coming back to the present time, Montana had to reveal it to the Night Stalker that he was not the only murderer running havoc at camp, though.
As if comedically, when Ramirez listened that Jingles (John Carroll Lynch) killed two guys at once, he weirdly exclaimed, “Is he a ninja?” But it led to a crucial question: How could anyone do that? Who else is going behind the offing people? That answer was for a slightly later time.