“The history of Game of Thrones (and our world) shows that, although the rulers and even the rules of the game may change, the struggle for power with enemies and allies alike will likely remain, as actors exchange roles in a recurring play with a familiar finale.”
The latest season of ‘Game of Thrones’ raises concerning questions about the quality of future episodes in the wake of a departure from the books.
As special effects and virtual reality technology evolves over time, violence has become more prevalent and realistic in TV, movies, and video games. What does this say about how future generations will look at violence in the entertainment they take in?
With so much exceptional television coming out of the summer of 2016, the coming months are sure to be rife with tokens of summer in the winter’s binge to come.
There is no singular aspect that ‘GoT’ can look forward to, as all horizons in Westeros seemed to be headed down its signature roads of deceit, treachery, and violence that has made the show what it is.
In war-torn Syria, spurts of electricity offer an escapist glimpse into another world.