Review: Locke and Key (2020)

Locke and Key, Netflix

No. of episodes: 10
Genre: Mystery, Supernatural, Thriller, Magic, Horror

Original network: Netflix

Netflix released a supernatural mystery horror drama series on 7 Feb 2020, a remake from the comic book of the same title back in 2008.

After the death of their father, the three Locke siblings move into the legendary Locke house with their mother. The Locke house is filled with reality bending keys that only the young can find and use.

Echo

The Locke house is massive and when Bode Locke (Jackson Robert Scott) is running around exploring, he identify the well with a ‘echo’ under the well that will reply him. She told him about the magical keys hidden around the house and asked him to find them.

Hunting at home

Bode Locke (Jackson Robert Scott) is the youngest of the three siblings and the only one that able to hear the whispering keys in the beginning. When he found the first key, the anywhere key, he start to believe that magic is real.

Slowly the whispers from the keys led him to them and even Kinsey Locke (Emilia Jones) and Tyler Locke (Connor Jessup) hear them.

The Keys

The first key brings you to anywhere you want to go. Subsequently, he found the head key that shows you what is inside your head, the ghost key that allow you to drift around and meet your ancestors. And many more keys.

Every key is a potential weapon to kill. The episodes will cover what each key will do and why the previous generation hide the keys.

The Omega Key

At the end of the series, the Locke siblings need additional help from friends in order to end everything. After the bazaar conversation with their respective friends, they managed to gather 4 more helping hands.

The series ended by revealing where is the disappeared woman and that the demon is still around them as their friend. Everything is under her control, it is a beginning to the end as there is a potential for season 2.

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