Alright ladies and gentleman we had a phenomenal episode brought to us tonight! We have so much amazing things to talk about so let’s get to this review!
Alright first off I’m so, so, so happy that we got what I always hoped we would get. A redemption arc for Ivory (Jennifer Cheon Garcia), a part of me was hoping that we would get someone who could relate to Julius (Aleks Paunovic) and we did. Ivory is having a redemption arc in these next episodes and possible future seasons. It’s truly a treat to see what Ivory does with her new mortal life, maybe she’ll become some kind of medical/sorcerer helper to Violet (Keeya King) and Jack (Nicole Munoz) and eventually Vanessa (Kelly Overton).
So we did find out that the apocalypse hasn’t happened everywhere like how we had speculated back in season one. So it makes me wonder if it was only the west coast that was affected by the apocalypse and if the east coast has been somehow not affected as much to where that’s how the president of the united states is still alive. And has been watching everything at first like some kind of horror movie and then got bored to where the human fight club was made.
If this really is how the president has been wasting her time for years then the world really has gone to hell. But now that the so called “legend” of Van Helsing has been proven true, what will the President do with this information?
Even though we didn’t get that cage match with Carnage (Paul Wright) and Julius, we did have a nice match between him and Violet. But to make up for it we did get a round two fight with Julius and Scab (Rowland Pidlubny) which was the kind of epic fight we’ve been waiting for to happen. It was incredibly epic, even though poor Scab’s story ends in this episode he did go down with a great fight. And because of that we will always remember him as being a character with a great story arc who became Julius’s yang to his yin.
I honestly think this is one of those episodes that everyone is going to love, one because it’s opening our eyes to a much more greater story that can expand for at least seven more seasons to make it a phenomenal and memorable series in my opinion. Two, once we get Dracula (Tricia Helfer) back it’s going to be an epic journey to see the Van Helsing family to destroy the evil villain which could take place within at least another season or two or more.
Now remember people, we need to tell Syfy to renew the series. If we don’t beg and ask nicely as possible then we will never find out how the story ends officially. So tell Syfy you wish and want Van Helsing to be renewed! Until next time my readers, we after all only have three episodes left!
Next Episode: Van Helsing(S04E11) “All Apologies” airs Friday December 6, 2019 at 10/9c on Syfy