Review Billy Grifter 16 Nov 2013 - 10:26
After a couple of ropey episodes, Revolution returns to some form. Here's Billy's review...
This review contains spoilers.
I’m hoping that the whole faking Bass’s death represented a low point that Revolution can now climb away from, and in many respects, Come Blow Your Horn did seem much less of a mess than the previous two stories.
Okay, in terms of a overall narrative it wasn’t brilliant, but it demonstrated some intention at progression for some very obvious flaws. Aaron is captured by the single minded Dr. Horn who seems determined to extract the most from the crossing of their paths. In this we got the strongest indication yet that Horn is destined to be around for the rest of the season, as they took the time to provide him with a back story. It was a simple enough one, »
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