The wait is over and the final part of Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome is finally here. Coker, Adama and Becca finally reach their objective and we finally learn what Becca’s mysterious mission is. Who will make it out alive?
Check it out below:
Adama’s life is in Coker’s hands while discovering a startling new development that will affect the future of the human race.
Well, it’s finally over and I have to say I’m pretty damn impressed with the ‘Blood and Chrome’ webseries. It had all the right BSG ingredients in all the right doses. We had some pretty decent action (in the form of Battlestars versus Basestars, dogfights and even some human versus Centurion action), a good story that had a very grtty (and by that I mean ‘very Battlestar’) approach to the horrors of war and some new cast members who I’d like to see in the future.
Luke Pasqualino wouldn’t have been my first choice but he was a pretty good as a younger version of Adama (and lets face it, anyone would have a hard time filling Edward James Olmos’ shoes) and I’m sure they’d have figured out a way to keep Coker from finishing his term in six weeks. Hell, we even got a (sort of) cameo from Tricia Helfer’s Caprica 6 (who seemed slightly more evil and badass in this).
I’m hoping the series did well enough (and that it sells alot of copies when the un-cut version is released on DVD/Blu Ray in Feb) that Sci-Fi perhaps considers making a full series of ‘Blood and Chrome’ or least give us another ‘Blood and Chrome’ mini series or two.
See the explosive unrated edition of Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome uninterrupted and uncut on Blu-ray & DVD February 19, 2013. The Blu-ray Combo Pack includes Digital Copy and UltraViolet so you can watch anytime, anywhere, and features exclusive bonus content including Deleted Scenes and more. Pre-order your copy today!
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