Netflix Castlevania 4×10 | It's Been A Strange Ride | REACTION!!! Final Episode? What a great show!

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  • Sebastian Santiago-Rivas
    Posted at 18:58h, 08 June

    I totally feel you guys on Lenore’s death, but I’ve also come to understand it a little differently since I first watched the finale. I feel like, after Hector makes the connection between power and vampires, Lenore starts to feel like maybe it’s inevitable that she’ll become something like Carmilla. Striga and Morana also say something about how vampires inherently overreach by their very nature, and I think Lenore, in that moment, could only see a future where being stuck where she was and feeling useless would lead to her becoming something that she hates.
    I do wish that Hector had said something more, although him looking at the missing ring finger felt like a realization that the connection was not what he thought it was. But I almost wish that Hector and Lenore could have seen what happened to Dracula and Lisa in the end, and how they are now looking towards a better future; maybe that would have given some clarity.
    Overall though, still very much a great finale and stellar series!

  • Hakubak
    Posted at 19:08h, 08 June

    Considering all of the deceit and trapping/abuse within Lenore and Hector's relationship, I think this is the closest thing to a healthy end to their story. I perceived him saying "Be free Lenore" was his way of saying he loved her.

  • Jaimee King
    Posted at 19:51h, 08 June

    The best part is that the end is a fanfiction goldmine. Tepes family reunion

  • Ryan Ybarra
    Posted at 20:41h, 08 June

    It’s been a strange ride boys! Glad to share it with y’all though. See you in future uploads. Squad out!

  • David Romig
    Posted at 21:54h, 08 June

    You may already know it, but the character Vlad Dracula Tepes is based off the real life Vlad III, ruler of Wallachia, which is now part of modern day Romania. Vlad was known to stake his enemies and more on pikes and bathe in blood, so the commoners called him Tepes (The Impaler), though he probably never referred to himself as such. Since his father, Vlad II, was a part of the Order of the Dragons, Vlad II had the title Dracul (The Dragon). As such, Vlad III was known by the title Dracula (Son of the Dragon). I find it interesting.

    Alucard comes from one of the first Dracula movies, where he used it as an alias when traveling. Also in those movies, the sun did not hurt Dracula as he was that powerful, unlike lesser vampires. Also, dhampirs (half-vampires) also don’t burn in the sun. Castlevania is its own thing, but it does generally pull from the same lore.

  • Itta Pupu
    Posted at 22:11h, 08 June

    Such a good ending. Loved watching you guys react to it, gonna miss this show 🙁

  • suom
    Posted at 22:35h, 08 June

    Will you react to Trese? It’s similar to Castlevania, based on Philippine folklore set in the modern day.

  • jdogx211
    Posted at 06:09h, 10 June

    6:00, he should have said, " I know that horse, it brings me nothing but trouble."

  • jdogx211
    Posted at 06:13h, 10 June

    Last thing I want to know is what happened to the other two Vamps. Striga and…I can't remember her name off the top of my head. But that Rebis had a ring on, so I am curious.

  • CalvinDWalker
    Posted at 17:09h, 10 June

    Another thing worth noting: you recall back when Dracula was talking about travelling, he thought about visiting this place in England, nice folk, barely sunny, all that jazz, name of the place was Whitby. Not a coincidence in the slightest.

    In the novel, Dracula hired an accountant to help organize moving his "boxes" over to England to get out of Romania, but he ended up settling in one sleepy little village, a real-life place known as Whitby, out in Yorkshire to the North-East of York. The author, Bram Stoker, was actually inspired to write about Dracula while he stayed in Whitby, using their local church as inspiration. So when Dracula talks about going back to Whitby, in a way, he's talking about going back to his fictional roots. Which is honestly quite touching!