Constantine (2014–2015)
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Danse Vaudou 

In New Orleans, Constantine's unusual knowledge of a string of crimes gets him into trouble with Detective Jim Corrigan. He must form an unholy alliance with Papa Midnite when a voodoo ... See full summary »

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Manny (credit only)
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Jim Corrigan (as Emmett Scanlan)
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Tammy Fraser
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Madeline Devereaux
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Bridget Carlberg
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Carly
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In New Orleans, Constantine's unusual knowledge of a string of crimes gets him into trouble with Detective Jim Corrigan. He must form an unholy alliance with Papa Midnite when a voodoo ritual to help people communicate with their dead loved ones takes a deadly turn. Written by Jiilo_Kim

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21 November 2014 (USA)  »

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Director John Badham later directed the Constantine (2014)/Arrow (2012) crossover episode Arrow: Haunted (2015). See more »

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Papa Midnite: You know, there are better ways to do this. I will perform a ritual tonight and ask the Loa to rest these spirits.
John Constantine: You know that old song about the hammer that thinks everything is a nail?
Papa Midnite: No.
John Constantine: You may be the grand poobah of voodoo, mate, but that's one specific, very narrow modality.
Papa Midnite: And what do you know, jackass of all trades, master of none?
John Constantine: What I know, my people is playing Whac-a-Mole with the newly risen. Misaki, Philip. Devereaux. They need to be put down at the source.
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22 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

"Danse Vaudou" is the show's big statement that it has great potential.

The episode introduces us to intriguing supernatural occurrences in which ghosts are going around on a killing spree. In order to stop this Constantine must make a truce with Papa Midnite. Constantine still has that charm of being this arrogant, easy-going and all around cool personality that has been manipulating us since the beginning of this series. Zed and Chas seem to be of such good use to the narrative and fairly glad they're there to be companions and actually be useful to the narrative. The episode treats us with fantastic and gory visuals that are frightening to see. Constantine's high point has always been the scary and frightening imagery and it was excellently depicted in the episode. As for the plot, it's really an engaging one. Lately people have been complaining on how boring or bland the show is. But judging from last week's episode and this one, the show is almost at it's feet. Overall an enjoyable ride with intriguing stuff to be explored for future episodes. Will be expecting more from the show.

+Characters are well rounded and handled well in the show, +Excellent and Scary Visuals, +Engaging Plot, +More stuff to be later explored, +A show showing more and more potential.

Verdict: 9.0/10


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