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'Eps3.5_kill-process.inc" is another adrenaline rush, draped in Mr. Robot's unique visual stylings.
Last week's episode may have been the season's creative high point, a daring and immersive experience, but this week's episode, "Eps3.5_kill-process.inc," doesn't let up.
"Kill-pr0cess.par2" is the thrilling adrenaline rush of an episode that last week's unbroken-take gimmick came close to achieving. It's the flip side of the same coin.
It perfectly captures the moment when you finally clear through the trees and catch a glimpse of the forest, only to realize you're trapped in a wildfire.
The outcome was the show's darkest spin yet on the way power-mad manipulators -- corporations, terrorists, political leaders -- use others' values and idealism as fuel for their own agendas.
Mr. Robot is one of the most visually distinct TV shows ever, so almost every shot has the potential to be iconic.
There are no clean endings in Mr. Robot's world. Cold world, no blanket.
Like a rough beast racing towards Bethlehem to be born, this week's episode of Mr. Robot picks up where last week's left off and doesn't let up until it's all over but the screaming.
Episode six featured some valuable character background for Angela that helped us understand why she felt compelled to do what she did- and the repercussions of her doing it on her already fragile state of mind.
Well done. Eager to see what's next.
The show has followed up last week's wonderful 45 minutes of chaotic action in "Runtime Error" with....45 more minutes of wonderful, chaotic action.
"Kill Process" ended with a devastating twist and left off with several huge questions about where the show can possibly go from here.
Trust no one on this show.