Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome

{4/5} “In your last letter you questioned whether it’s my responsibility to join this fight. The truth is, we all became responsible the day we created the Cylons.”

Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome, aired in 2012

William Adama has joined the war against the Cylons as a pilot. After boarding the Battlestar Galactica he finds out he’s not a viper pilot but a shuttle pilot. But his first mission turns out to be top secret and will take them into Cylon space.

It definitely has the flavour of Battlestar Galactica, and although it doesn’t quite live up to the name it will remind you that the series was amazing. I like the characters, visuals, and music. The story has its moments. There’s a special guest voice near the end.*

This is the only piece of the Battlestar Galactica revival that I hadn’t seen. The series is brilliant and the prequel, Caprica, is not quite briliant but worth watching. Blood & Chrome takes place in between Caprica and Battlestar Galactica.

Stars John Pyper-Fergusson. The energetic music is by Bear McCreary.

Spoiler alert

*Tricia Helfer

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