The Netflix original series Locke & Key, based on the comic book series of the same, is now available to stream. Mike and Chris give their spoiler filled review of Season 1, compare it to the comics, and list their favorite Easter eggs.
The live-action adaptation of Locke and Key has released on Netflix, with all 10 episodes of Season now available. Fans have been waiting over a decade for the horror comics to be adapted. Does the show live up to readers' high expectations? Mike and Chris discuss what worked and didn't work about the first season of the new Netflix show based on the comic series by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez.
Locke and Key follows the Locke siblings Tyler, Kinsey, and Bode (Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones, and Jackson Robert Scott, respectively) after their father Rendell (Bill Heck) is murdered by one of Tyler's classmates. With their mother Nina (Darby Stanchfield), the Lockes move across the country to Matheson, Massachusetts (named after horror author Richard Matheson, a change from the comics, where the town was called "Lovecraft"). In Matheson, they take up residence in Keyhouse, the ancestral mansion where previous generations of Lockes, including their father, resided for centuries. They soon discover that Keyhouse is full of magical, reality-bending keys that give the siblings fantastical powers--and the responsibility to protect those keys from threats who would abuse those powers.
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