Locke & Key Review Part 3: A Disappointing Message

“Locke & Key” has always been a story about how the present is directly influenced by the past and about the reckoning of our ancestors’ sins. But the show only explores this on a superficial level, hinting at a long and important history while keeping things fairly limited in scope.

Sure, we had a few flashbacks last season showing how Gideon killed one of the Lockes and got infected by a demon, but he was a wartime general, and we don’t. never really understood why he was so obsessed with Lockes. And since the Locke kids never seem to learn or care about learning about their family history and the history of keys beyond superficial details, we have no excuse. to care about Gideon’s supplier or why his past matters to his present.

Gideon’s goal is to use the keys to somehow open a new and larger portal between our world and the world of demons, and break the barrier between the two. Making it a slightly different version of Dodge’s plans is smart, but it comes too close to Vecna ​​in “Stranger Things” territory. Worse still, since we didn’t really find out how Gideon is capable of even trying such a thing, it would be wasted potential.

https://www.slashfilm.com/949981/locke-key-season-3-review-a-disappointing-mess/ Locke & Key Review Part 3: A Disappointing Message

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