Teen Wolf gave us one spliced up episode of television tonight, mixing the past and present to create a brilliant looking 42 minute cog in the season 3 storyline.
I’ll just start by acknowledging the usually unacknowledged and gush for a moment at how beautifully shot and edited this episode of Teen Wolf was. There is obviously some incredible talent behind the scenes of this show and they just keep outdoing themselves. One of the nicest perks of being a Teen Wolf viewer – besides the eye candy – is getting to see them continually try new things with the medium – angles, color treatments, etc. The look of the show is always evolving, yet it maintains a sense of continuity (i.e. you don’t even notice that they moved from Atlanta to La) that makes the narrative even stronger.
However, despite the narrative on this episode being a bit weaker then we »
- Lindsay Sperling
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