[WARNING: This article contains SPOILERS for 'Game of Thrones' season 4.]
Game of Thrones season 4 is already one of the series’ most shocking seasons yet – thanks in part to Joffrey’s murder at the Purple Wedding – and that’s saying something considering the impact of season 3′s infamous “Red Wedding.”
As there are still seven episodes left to go, there’s still ample time for HBO’s most ambitious series to shock us even more. Book readers have been expecting this swift change of pace for some time as it’s widely acknowledged that the third book, A Storm of Swords – which season 3 and 4 are based on – is ...
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Game of Thrones is a show famous for courting controversy – from the beheading of Ned Stark in season 1 to the horrific Red Wedding in season 3 – but last night’s episode, ‘Breaker of Chains,’ was possibly the first to stir a more negative kind of controversy.
In this case, the controversy refers to Jaime Lannister raping his sister Cersei right next to their dead son, Joffrey – and the fact that it was less consensual than the corresponding scene in the book ‘A Storm of Swords.’
While fans of the ...
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[This is a review of Game of Thrones season 4, episode 3. There will be SPOILERS]
The world in which Game of Thrones is set is remarkable for a great many reasons. For one, there are dragons, which is a rather noteworthy addition to any fictional realm. Moreover, there is a horde of undead frozen people with a penchant for arranging the bodies of their enemies in frighteningly ornate patterns. But perhaps one of the more remarkable aspects of where the series is set is not a thing or even a group of things. Perhaps it is the world’s unrelenting desire to demonstrate just how wretched a place it truly is. Time ...
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