Krypton – Season 2 Episode 5

“A Better Yesterday” Krypton escalates the conflict between Val’s resistance and Zod’s regime through exploring what War turns people into. One of the main key figures in terms of the progression of this Civil War is Jax-Ur; she has concluded that becoming as uncompromising as the ones they fight again is the only way to…

Krypton – Season 2 Episode 4

“Danger Close” Krypton deals with how Seg reacts to all of the changes to his homeworld as Val’s resistance movement tries to gain ground from Zod. Even though he was only away for three episodes, Seg’s return to Krypton was eagerly anticipated because of his connection to the characters involved in the major plot developments…

Krypton – Season 2 Episode 3

“Will to Power” Krypton focuses on Seg’s internal struggle with Brainiac as Val’s resistance movement prepares for definitive action against Zod’s regime. It was inevitable that having Brainiac inside Seg’s head would lead to an internal battle for control between the two. This sort of thing is very common in science fiction stories; The 100 delivered…

Krypton – Season 2 Episode 2

“Ghost in the Fire” Krypton delivers a proper introduction for Lobo as Lyta struggles to deal with Seg’s absence in really damaging ways. Lobo’s appearance in the previous episode was brief but memorable. This episode is the first proper showcase for what the character can bring to the table and it certainly doesn’t disappoint. Emmett…

Krypton – Season 2 Episode 1

“Light-Years From Home” Krypton returns for a second season with an alternate timeline, expanded scope and the introduction of a fan favourite characters. The first season of Krypton was something I enjoyed a great deal and I regret that I wasn’t in a position to cover it at the time. With this site being called…

Kneel Before Pod – Krypton – Alien Salt Lamps

A new Superman prequel TV show has started in the form of Krypton; the story of Superman’s grandfather and how he brings his family name from disgrace into the honoured position in society fans of the lore will be familiar with. Our discussion covers nods to other works, how successful the series is at presenting…

EIFF 2015 – Narcopolis

Justin Trefgarne’s Narcopolis takes place in the not too distant future where recreational drugs are legal with some of the more dangerous narcotics off limits. The film follows a determined drug enforcement cop Frank Grieves (Elliot Cowan) who is taken off a mysterious case involving an unidentified corpse. Narcopolis has a story that needlessly complicates…