Castlevania Season 3 Release Date, Cast, and The Show Delivers Lady Vampire Gang

We recently got a slower, more character-driven season of Netflix’s Castlevania that took some time to get into a satisfying conclusion, but more than delivered when the orgasms came and I do stand by that term choice.

Thus, let us take a look at the violent, bloody, and horny time that has been Castlevania’s third season.

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Where do we start? Let us begin with the great.

Isaac: The man was living his best life–constructing an army of the undead, having profound philosophical discussions with his fellow Black people and a white female ally magician… You love to see it, people. In all seriousness, Isaac had the narrative arc of the season. 

Not only did he adopt walking from Dracula’s shadow and prove himself to be able on his own, but we must see him search just to be disappointed in the long run.

That is helped by the fact that Adetokumboh M’Cormack, that voices the character, does such an amazing job that you truly can’t help but be Team Isaac, even though he does possibly wish to kill all humanity for being so “fu**ing rude.”

 

At least he is not getting honey trapped again like his forge master, Hector.

Carmilla makes her snarky, posh return, and while it was disappointing that we did not get more of her, we did get to meet her vampire sisters: Lenore (Jessica Brown Findlay), Morana (Yasmine Al Massri), and Striga (Ivana Milicevic). 

This Council of Sisters is currently working to take advantage of this disorderly situation happening following the passing of Dracula to make an Empire that eats and they can fence into strain people forever.

Regrettably, their forces are depleted, and they need an army our Hector is still living. They need him to make their army, but because the night creatures are loyal to their forge master, the Council wants Lenore to become… diplomatic. I will get to that little in an instant.

I loved every second we had The Council of Sisters. I have discovered that a lot of vampires in fiction tend to have backstories, typically.

Lorena out of Authentic Blood, Drucilla from Buffy and Angel, and Katherine out of The Vampire Diaries come into mind, and this incarnation of Carmilla includes a similar backstory. 

The man who turned her gradually became”angry” and mistreated her. During a conversation between Morana and Striga, they mention that Carmilla remains traumatized by this.

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