Westworld Review: Journey Into Night

Westworld is a complex series. From the crazy production values to the intricate storytelling. Pour a heave sauce of mythology and Mistery on top of it and you have one of the most interesting TV Shows running today. HBO had been looking for their next big hit after their golden age of shows like The Sopranos and Six Feet under. They had another juggernaut in … Continue reading Westworld Review: Journey Into Night

Westworld Review: The Bicameral Mind

Westworld is an expensive series. A very expensive series. The budget for the first season was $ 100 million. That’s 10 million per episode. With the knowledge that Game of Thrones will be wrapping up soon HBO needed a new breakout hit. Many were hoping for it to be Westworld. After episode 1 I said that I wasn’t sure that the drama series about androids … Continue reading Westworld Review: The Bicameral Mind

Westworld Review: The Well-Tempered Clavier

As I have said before. With TV shows that rely heavily on mythology and holding back information there are two problems. One is, that when the reveals actually happen they cannot live up to the hype. This was one of the major issues a series like Lost had. The second problem is that the time spent on stalling is often not worthwhile. Audiences can live … Continue reading Westworld Review: The Well-Tempered Clavier

Westworld Review: Trace Decay

With series like Westworld there are always a lot of fan theories. Secrets, mysteries. Reading into things that are there or not. Every minor details is examined, read into and speculated about. Fans come up with the wildest theories. Sometimes they are right and more often they are not. With Game of Thrones I found reading fan theories quite entertaining. Especially by non book readers … Continue reading Westworld Review: Trace Decay

Westworld Review: Contrapasso

When expectations are high it’s very easy to be disappointed. So when I was reading about Westworld my expectation levels immediately skyrocketed and I was like “You had me at Jonathan (Nolan)”! He is well known for his writing work on his brother Christopher’s films but he had also just completed the highly underrated Person of Interest where he continued being one of the best … Continue reading Westworld Review: Contrapasso

Westworld Review: Dissonance Theory

Watch a mythology heavy series can be as challenging as it can be rewarding. When it’s well done a series has a rich mythology full of interesting mysteries and plot twist. When not so well done a series raised lots of question without answering any of them and the questions are not that interesting to begin with. Think Lost at the beginning versus Lost near … Continue reading Westworld Review: Dissonance Theory