Millie Bobby Brown

Stranger Things S3 E7 – The Bite (2019) Review

Freaking Geeks
Stranger Things S3 E7 - The Bite (2019) Review
/

Email: freakinggeeksmedia@gmail.com          Twitter: @freakgeeksmedia          Facebook: www.facebook.com/freakinggeeksmedia
All images and audio clips are copyright of their respective copyright owners. No infringement is intended. The intro music for our show is “Danger Storm” and is provided by Kevin MacLeod. The outro music is “Nowhere Land” by Kevin MacLeod”.

Review Box 0
91 / 100 T.V. Review
{{ reviewsOverall }} / 100 Users (0 votes)
Pros
The ratings below are an average of the podcast host’s scores. You can find their individual ratings by listening to the episode. ***Rewatchability will no longer factor into the overall score for movies***
Summary
In the penultimate episode of Stranger Things 3, the suspense and action get cranked up as the characters come together. What makes the episode really work however, is the fact that there seems to be real danger to the characters that hasn't been present since the end of season 1.
Script
Acting
Directing
Pacing
Special Effects
Rewatchability Factor
What people say... Leave your rating
Order by:

Be the first to leave a review.

User Avatar User Avatar
Verified
/ 100
{{{ review.rating_title }}}
{{{review.rating_comment | nl2br}}}

This review has no replies yet.

Avatar
Show more
Show more
{{ pageNumber+1 }}
Leave your rating

Your browser does not support images upload. Please choose a modern one

Stranger Things S3 E7 – The Bite (2019) Review

Stranger Things: S3 E2 – The Mall Rats (2019) Review

Email: freakinggeeksmedia@gmail.com          Twitter: @freakgeeksmedia          Facebook: www.facebook.com/freakinggeeksmedia
All images and audio clips are copyright of their respective copyright owners. No infringement is intended. The intro music for our show is “Danger Storm” and is provided by Kevin MacLeod. The outro music is “Nowhere Land” by Kevin MacLeod”.

Stranger Things S3 E2 - The Mall Rats
89 / 100 T.V. Review
{{ reviewsOverall }} / 100 Users (0 votes)
Pros
The ratings below are an average of the podcast host’s scores. You can find their individual ratings by listening to the episode. ***Rewatchability will no longer factor into the overall score for movies***
Summary
Episode 2 of Stranger Things 3 delves into the characters lives by mining the drama and tension between the characters, both good and bad. The plot begins to move slowly, but it's not the focus. That being said, there is a delicate balance between character-centric storytelling and the larger overall narrative of the season that we are beginning to see. It's a well-crafted episode.
Script
Acting
Directing
Pacing
Special Effects
Rewatchability Factor
What people say... Leave your rating
Order by:

Be the first to leave a review.

User Avatar User Avatar
Verified
/ 100
{{{ review.rating_title }}}
{{{review.rating_comment | nl2br}}}

This review has no replies yet.

Avatar
Show more
Show more
{{ pageNumber+1 }}
Leave your rating

Your browser does not support images upload. Please choose a modern one

Stranger Things: S3 E1 – Suzie, Do You Copy? (2019) Review

Email: freakinggeeksmedia@gmail.com          Twitter: @freakgeeksmedia          Facebook: www.facebook.com/freakinggeeksmedia
All images and audio clips are copyright of their respective copyright owners. No infringement is intended. The intro music for our show is “Danger Storm” and is provided by Kevin MacLeod. The outro music is “Nowhere Land” by Kevin MacLeod”.

Stranger Things: S3 E1 - Suzie, Do You Copy?

87 / 100
T.V. Review

{{ reviewsOverall }} / 100
Users
(0 votes)

Pros

The ratings below are an average of the podcast host’s scores. You can find their individual ratings by listening to the episode.
***Rewatchability will no longer factor into the overall score for movies***

Summary

The premiere episode of Stranger Things third season catches us up to the lives of our favorite characters in the months since season two's finale. The episode does a nice job of giving plenty of great character moments, while teasing us with a new horror ready to inflict Hawkins.

Script

Acting

Directing

Pacing

Special Effects

Rewatchability Factor

What people say...


Leave your rating


Order by:

Be the first to leave a review.

User Avatar

User Avatar

Verified


/ 100

{{{ review.rating_title }}}

{{{review.rating_comment | nl2br}}}

This review has no replies yet.

Avatar

Show more




Show more

{{ pageNumber+1 }}

Leave your rating





Your browser does not support images upload. Please choose a modern one


Stranger Things: S3 E1 – Suzie, Do You Copy? (2019) Review