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Isaac gets some unexpected help in his search for Hector. Meanwhile, Carmilla plots a land grab and Alucard meets some fans.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Castlevania from 396 votes.
As Saint Germain makes unsettling discoveries, Isaac marches toward a showdown. Meanwhile, Belmont and Sypha question a monk — aggressively.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Castlevania from 351 votes.
Alucard adjusts to his lonely new life, Belmont and Sypha pay a visit to an eerie and unusual town, and Carmilla returns home with a prize.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Castlevania from 437 votes.
Belmont and the Judge discover an ominous symbol, Saint Germain's treasure hunt is cut short, and Alucard's bond with Zumi and Takka continues to grow.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Castlevania from 365 votes.
Trevor Belmont drifts into the panicked city of Gresit, where he learns of an ancient evil and makes a surprising vow.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Castlevania from 1258 votes.
Dracula's generals gather to prosecute the war against humanity. There is discord when Dracula's human allies, Hector and Isaac, are given command of the armies of the night.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Castlevania from 711 votes.
Zumi and Takka share their history with Alucard. Also, Saint Germain gains entrance to the priory, and Isaac receives an icy welcome in Genoa.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Castlevania from 374 votes.
Carmilla presses forward with her plan despite Godbrand's disappearance. Sypha makes a startling discovery while combing the archives.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Castlevania from 574 votes.
Something is alive in the priory's basement, and for Belmont and Sypha, time is of the essence. Lenore opens up to Hector about Carmilla’s plans.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Castlevania from 349 votes.
Belmont travels to his family's archives, along with Sypha and a cynical Alucard. Godbrand voices a suspicion about Dracula's motives.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Castlevania from 598 votes.
As Belmont shares a bold strategy with Alucard and Sypha, Dracula addresses a conflict within his ranks. Isaac recalls a painful encounter.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Castlevania from 645 votes.
Lenore continues to spend time with Hector, slowly earning his trust. Saint Germain experiences a telling nightmare about the Infinite Corridor.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Castlevania from 364 votes.
A headstrong young woman seeks out forbidden knowledge, and a corrupt bishop courts disaster by enraging a legend.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Castlevania from 1505 votes.
Belmont and Sypha's plan to leave Lindenfeld hits a snag. Isaac and the Captain debate the merits of humanity. Hector tries to get a read on Lenore.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Castlevania from 373 votes.
Belmont explores the catacombs of Gresit and makes a disturbing discovery. As night falls on the city, the beasts return for blood.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Castlevania from 1182 votes.
As Godbrand's thirst grows stronger, Carmilla tries to recruit Hector. Isaac shows his loyalty, and Belmont shares a family story with Sypha.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Castlevania from 599 votes.
With the war between humans and vampires seemingly settled, the survivors -- both good and evil -- look toward the future.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Castlevania from 576 votes.
Does he really have what it takes to live up to his family’s reputation? It's time for Belmont to pick his fate. Also, Dracula prepares for the fight.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Castlevania from 573 votes.
In the season finale, Belmont strives to save Gresit from certain doom and comes face to face with a shocking truth.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Castlevania from 1172 votes.
With the portal to hell open, Trevor and Sypha must battle an onslaught. Meanwhile, the Judge shares a disturbing legacy, and Hector learns his fate.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Castlevania from 379 votes.
Last updated: feb 04, 2021
It's good, but they really should have made the first season have more than just four episodes. It's like if you got the first two episodes of Game of Thrones on the same day, but had to wait a year for the rest of the season. Looking forward to next year's season two. (Too lazy to rewrite this, Season 2 is fucking awesome watch it.)
First anime I started to watch and it was a pleasent suprise. I haven't played with the game so I have no background knowledge about the storyline. I enjoyed the characters voice and the overall design. Will watch S2 as well.
Overall, a textbook case of good, but not great, with the exception of the last episode - bit of a shame the first three weren't on par with it, but it does offer some promise for the second season. Generally though, the animation was well done, but didn't really jump out as exceptional or original. The story and writing were adequate, but pretty boilerplate. I will say that some of the voice acting was very good. I'm likely just a bit disappointed due to some over-hype from Shankar and his quote that the show was going to be "R-rated as f**k." I was hoping that meant they were really going to try to push the envelope for an animated show. Meh... not so much, but as I've said, it's good and definitely worth a watch. One other oddity that I'll join the chorus on - what the hell is up with four, 24 minute episodes? That's a 96 minute movie and I think it probably would have played better that way, although, by releasing them all on one day (as is Netflix's model), that's essentially what they've done.
A great intro to a series I would definitely watch long-term. Voice acting is top notch, but Trevor Belmont is a bit of a stereotype long-seen in series of this genre. Few words, total badass--on top of that the long-lost son of a demon-fighting family lol. The fight choreography is really great and so is the animation in the scenes. The backgrounds are decent but you can see some areas they flesh out less detail. Side comment: how many times can someone fall from great heights onto jagged rocks and not die? The plot is based on this: http://castlevania.wikia.com/wiki/Castlevania_III:_Dracula%27s_Curse
This was exactly my fear of where the story would go after Dracula's death. (who was easily the best character) the existence of a point has stopped and most of the season Hector is just jailed and Isaac is just roaming around, lmao. The writers needed to realise that the plot can move forward in other episdes than the last 2. And even then the 2 plots out of a total 3 are just 2 different characters having sex with someone. This turned into Garbage TV way too fast :(
Season 1 was a great introduction to the series. Season 2 was a fantastic addition to the show. Episode 7 from Season 2 was just stupendously awesome and will make every Castlevania fan scream! Edit: Season 3 had some awesome moments but still does not surpass season 2 One final request: please release the OST ASAP!
What a meaningless 2nd season. Boring, dull and dumb waste of time.
I really loved it but 4 episodes ur killing me netflix!!!
Warren fucking Ellis, man. Warren fucking Ellis. A tier screen writing, ladies and gentlemen. Easily best video game-inspired show out there.
we need season 4 please
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