Miriam’s grandmother has been insisting that all the lights in the apartment stay on at all times. It seems like simple, if very annoying, paranoia. That is, until Miriam turns the lights out herself and discovers the truth behind her grandma’s strange obsession.
Behind every story is a good character… most of the time. But what about a story whose appeal lies in its spectacle? What if we’re drawn to the story to learn about the hideous monster and not to make emotional connections?
This is the kind of story Junji Ito excels at, and we think there’s something to learn from him.
A sequel to last year’s story “Devil of the Cradle,” this time we follow the changeling child Lorchan as he ventures into fae territory. The question is: will he find himself, or will something else find him?…
Westworld’s the kind of show that seeds questions within its answers. Each plot twist is more a premise than a proposal, and almost all of them are posed by the show’s ingenious antagonist: Robert Ford.
So, let’s break them down and discuss how they get the wheels turning in our heads.