Berserk (2016): “Blood Flow of the Dead”

In all likelihood, an episode like “Blood Flow of the Dead” is the best Berserk (2016) will be. This is when things come together – characters, scenarios, and they’ve had eight episodes of being slowly brought to the center. I would almost say it’s clever how things have been brought to this point, where everyone in the tower has their own skin in the game, but I still remember what show I’m watching. … More Berserk (2016): “Blood Flow of the Dead”

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Berserk (2016): “Reunion in the Den of Evil”

This is what we’ve been waiting for. Some payoff. Now, let’s fight. For the glory of… Oh, excuse me. *Clears throat.* I SEE THERE’S SOME WOMEN ON THE BATTLEFIELD. PLEASE, ESCORT THE WOMEN FROM THE BATTLEFIELD, SO THAT THEY MAY BE MENACED BY SOMETHING ELSE. THANK YOU. … More Berserk (2016): “Reunion in the Den of Evil”

Berserk (2016): “A Nighttime Feast: Burning at the Stake”

For an episode with a title like “Burning at the Stake,” you wouldn’t be crazy for imagining such an event might actually occur. No, not crazy at all. And yet, Berserk (2016) simply looks back at you, with its bleach-blonde hair and colored sunglasses, cocks its head and says, “What’s wrong with YOU, bro?” … More Berserk (2016): “A Nighttime Feast: Burning at the Stake”

Berserk (2016): “Epiphany”

The credits roll, and I think, “Wow. Two scenes, huh?” But in truth, we’ve gotten a lot accomplished with such little material. It’s a breather episode, likely sandwiched between two more action-packed episodes, including the dismal “Night of Miracles” from last week. Guts is on track to St. Albion to find Casca, we’re introduced to a heavy and his fighting tournament roster of torturers, and we catch up with our old friend Lady Farnese. … More Berserk (2016): “Epiphany”