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    Default 'Locke & Key' on Netflix

    Based on the best-selling graphic novels, Locke & Key written by Joe Hill, illustrated by Gabriel Rodrígue


    Anyone watching?




    Watched the first three episodes enjoying it so far.
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    Sorry seems like the link no longer goes to the first 10 minutes video but the trailer.

    It didn't show a lot


    I didn't read the graphic novel so I don't know if it stayed true to it.
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    Didn't realize it had dropped already. I will be watching the first ep this weekend.
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    Finished it. I knew nothing of the show and background coming into this. I mean I liked it I guess.
    My only "issue" really which I just had to get over was people just buy into the "keys" and the "magic" so easy in this world

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    It’s was ok. Gets distracted from its concept too much.

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    I watched the first 3 episodes and am enjoying it so far, although i was thinking it would be scarier - not expecting gore, but i would've thought there would be more jump scares or creepier settings.

    Took me awhile to recognize the older son from Falling Skies, that was bugging me throughout the 1st episode.

    Agree with the earlier observation that (at least in episode 1) the older kids are all too ready to accept that magical stuff is going on.

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