Reviews and Problems with Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome
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Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome
17 September 2013
Excerpt: The reboot of Battlestar Galactica in 2003, and the following series of 2004 to 2009, were an absolute hit. The critics as well as the viewers really appreciated the sci-fi epic regarding the survivors of the Cylon attack on the 12 colonies and their voyage to the long lost 13th colony (Earth) and...
Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome Blu-ray Review
18 February 2013
Conclusion: After seeing what the Sci-Fi Channel came up with for the Battlestar Galactica remake, it's hard to believe that Blood & Chrome is the best they could do. Actually, it wasn't -- which is probably why they pulled the plug early. Despite the iffy cast, it has some decent action.
Conclusion: Of the handful of 'Battlestar' spin-offs and prequels we've seen, both during ( 'Razor' ) and after ( 'The Plan' and 'Caprica') the series, I must confess that 'Blood & Chrome' is one of the best (I enjoyed 'Razor' quite a bit as well).
Conclusion: Blood & Chrome obviously failed to impress the powers that be, and I suspect it will fail to impress the majority of the BSG fanbase. It has its share of thrills and standout sequences, each loaded with potential, but time and time again it all falls short of greatness, drifting too far from the...
Excerpt: Set in the tenth year of the First Cylon War (roughly forty years before the events of Ron Moore’s reimagined series and nearly twenty years after those depicted in its sequel Caprica ), Blood & Chrome tells the story of the first combat mission of young William Adama as a freshly-minted Ensign...