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This is a wildly underrated show. The acting is good and the story is a grand, supernatural masterpiece. Bill Skarsgård stands out as one of the main characters. From a long line of brilliant actors, talent is certainly in the genes and I enjoyed the transformation "Roman" went through. Also, props to Eli Roth, the creator, who is often misunderstood but has a beautifully twisted mind in the same vein as Stephen King. For whatever reason it doesn't seem like Netflix has spent the money on advertising the way they have for "Orange Is The New Black" or "House of Cards" so it's up to us, fans of the series to spread the word. If you like the supernatural/horror genre, don't waste time, watch Hemlock Grove.
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