Body swaps, distressing childhoods, and gorgeous gowns are the backbones in The 100 The Face Behind The Glass, Written by Charmaine DeGratè, directed by Tim Scanlan, the episode took us on an insane journey of what really happens in Sanctum. Let’s sink our teeth in a sweet cult cookie as we review The Face Behind The Glass!
As if that crazy Moon Alpha couldn’t get any crazier, it just did. In The Children of Gabriel, there are worst scenarios that a psychosis induced eclipse, along with other key highlights that made the heart sink. Check out the recap-review for The 100 The Children of Gabriel!
The 100 Red Sun Rising was an in-depth, beautifully maddening, (if that is possible), and tripped up hour of quality television. Written by Jeff Vlaming and directed by Alex Kalymnios, the episode delved into the psychiatric thresholds of our heroes. What we witnessed was the vulnerability and hidden ‘secrets’ as they explored more on the Moon. Here is the recap-review for Red Sun Rising. I apologize for the long delay, and yes, there are spoilers.
The 100 season 6 premiered this week with Sanctum. A compounded and well-constructed episode, Sanctum touched down on several elements, including seeking a new home, moral struggles, and the hope of starting over. Check out my recap-review for The 100 Sanctum! Note: Will contain spoilers from the episode; read at your own risk!
As 2018 draws to a close, and with The 100 heading into season 6 in midseason 2019 (April 30th), we thought it would be cool to relive the five most amazing moments in season 5. There were definitely some up and downs, plot twists, and of course, who can forget that 125-year time jump? It was a literal reset of the series as new hope dawns on the new planet. Well, the crew has not landed just yet, but that is what the majority is hoping for.
Check out the picks that made the list.
The 100, a world consisted of blood-soaking violence, questionable morals, and death that often ends in an outburst (through the eyes and hearts of dedicated viewers). If you compared and contrasted the overall conclusion, you can see that it is not much different from our world. That is the primary focal point of the post-apocalyptic series, and I can give you all of their world/our world paradigms. But, I am not. Instead, let’s explore into a topic that I seldom talk about. Shipping. Shipping is an integral focus on The 100, and how having a certain person-platonic and romantic- can make living in a chaotic regime that much more interesting and strengthens the narrative.
The 100 season 5 finale has left us all in tears and with fair reason. Monty and Harper received a happily ever after that many of us hope for but rarely get. Shannon Kook made his first appearance as Jordan Green, the sweet son of Monty and Harper, and Madi led Wonkru into peace. All of these wonderful pieces will lead us into season six, which will air in 2019. Although the wait is long and will be harboring, the season 5 soundtrack, released today, will hopefully make the wait easier.
The 100 is not known for happy or joyous moments- as it can be very dark and riveting. However, life should be more than just fighting and surviving. It should also carry moments of joy and hope. After all, what is the point of living if there is nothing to propel to? We all want happiness and security, but many of us have to fight for it. The series had a perceptually dark season five but managed to sprout seeds of joyous triumphs. Here are the Top Five Joyous Moments from The 100 season 5.
The 100 season five has come to a close and with immense heartbreak. Damocles Part Two succeeded as a finale with its strong character deliverance and action. It was emotionally packed as well. Read my recap-review for it below.
In the first half of The 100 season finale, Damocles Part One, war is brewing among all the people, and realizations hit home hard. Whatever happened to the peace plan? Has Octavia completely lost her mind? How about Clarke trying to protect her daughter? These questions will be answered, plus more stuff in the recap-review for The 100 Damocles Part One.