episode of Sanctuary finds Magnus trapped, alone, in an abandoned building and
fighting off an assailant who turns out to be a nemesis from her past.
one of the most tense episodes of Sanctuary I have seen yet. It also had the more
episode of Sanctuary was heavily centered around Henry and his journey to find
his people with the occasional break through to Magnus and Tesla trying to
crack the code of the “city” sent to Helen by her father.
honestly not sure more
One of the
things that makes 'Sanctuary' such a great show to watch are episodes like this
one. This was a sequel of sorts to the episode 'Hero' from last season about a
suit made up of abnormal insects attaching itself to a host.
this episode could have been a lot more fun than it was. I have not seen the
first Hero episode with the transformation of Walter, but there was so much
material that the writers abandoned. There was not enough interaction with Kate
as the bad more
on Sanctuary half of the team goes in search of Nikola Tessa who sent out a
distress signal while the remaining part of the team investigate the death of
an old friend of Big Foot.
creepiest thing to me is centipedes. Multipedes? Ar more
'Sanctuary' is modeling the series more in the vein of Indiana Jones, then this
episode was 'Temple of Doom'. While the Big Guy and Kate played detective,
Magnus and the rest of the gang traveled to the Columbian highlands to answer a
distress sign more
episode of Sanctuary finds the team traveling to a small town bank to recover
an abnormal egg locked in a safe deposit box. Unfortunately, by the time they
get there, the egg has hatched and the abnormal has found a human host forcing
The first two episodes of season three were pretty heavy on the dramatics. 'Kali Part 3' and 'Firewall' dealt with the aftermath of the Big Bertha incident and the repercussions of Will's death and resurrection, so it's no surprise that 'Sanctuary' needed more