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It never quite reaches the demented highs of its pillar-of-hellfire pilot, but by season's end, there's a clear mission statement for arriving at a slightly more optimistic future.
The animation is kinetic and lively which, coupled with the whip Belmont carries for whatever reason, makes for some sumptuous fight choreography.
Castlevania is ripe with potential, but also burdened with cliches. And so, it feels after four episodes like a show at a crossroads.
If you're a fan of the series, or have an hour and a half to kill and want to see some gross demons (and a nerd friendly voice cast), there are worse ways of spending your time.
Castlevania is a welcome reminder that video games actually can make for compelling TV when the right people are put in charge.
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