Quite merely, Locke & Key is the horror version of lost in space, which is an excellent show I don’t know if everyone loves it because no one seems to be talking about lost in space, but I sure enjoy it, and I enjoyed Locke & Key.
I mean in terms of similarities we’re talking down to the family with a little boy driving the action surprisingly high stakes and lots of danger a lot of people died on the show right and a little boy who killed right in front of us.
I was the one who found the most shocking, but you know who else it’s like lost in space incredible production values thank you for spending the money Netflix. The only notable difference between the two is that what won’t besides, of course, you know sci-fi vs. horror is that.
Well lost in space is very female-centric, which I don’t think that show gets enough credit. Locke & Key is more balanced in terms of gender and ethnicity; there’s even a key that can make you switch genders, which is very interesting and very well used and very well done.
In this whole show, my only complaint is the look of the show. It’s very bright and safe, lost in space feels like a sci-fi show, but Locke & Key does not. It’s tough, it has a lot of horror elements which I think are impressive and I did think it had some scares. Still, it just doesn’t have the looks, the cinematography, the lighting of a horror show, and for that reason, I wasn’t too excited to watch it even though I had advanced screeners.
I’m delighted to tell you that this show again is more like lost in space and as soon as I started it, I was hooked. I liked it; maybe it took about 10 to 15 minutes, and I was like this is pretty good two episodes.
You can watch this series through the Netflix Mobile app.