FX dropped another teaser for “American Horror Story: 1984,” which is currently scheduled to return on September 18th. The video is just a teaser, highlighting the 1980s slasher theme which inspired the new story. The anthology horror drama series was created and produced by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, and has become a fan favorite over the last eight seasons.

The network released the teaser video on social media, telling followers, “Welcome to Camp Redwood. Good luck leaving alive.” Like we saw in the previous seasons, FX isn’t telling fans too many details before the season premiere.

The new video follows a group of teens as they drive into Camp Redwood, drinking and screaming as a murderer lurks in the background or under a car. There’s no indication that Camp Redwood will be an actual location in the new season, other than this teaser, so we will have to wait and see.

FX did confirm the cast, which includes Billie Lourd, Emma Roberts, and Leslie Grossman. You won’t find any of the leads in the video below, but additional castings include John Carroll Lynch, Zach Villa, DeRon Horton, Angelica Ross, Gus Kenworthy, and Matthew Morrison.

The only detail that we do know is that the new seasons is inspired by 1980s slasher-movies like “Nightmare on Elm Street,” “Jason,” and a few of the “Halloween” movies. This won’t be the final teaser for the new season, so fans have a few more videos to watch before the big premiere later this fall. The next video might be another slasher spoof, or it could be clips from the new episodes. Ryan Murphy likes to keep us guessing, and we all play along.

Fans don’t have a long wait before the season premiere. “American Horror Story: 1984” is scheduled to debut on September 18th on FX, which is only a few weeks away at this point.

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