Ok kids, here it is. The finale of Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome has officially ended. To be honest, these last two episodes contained a couple of surprises and went in a direction that I really didn’t expect. I’m very curious to see how the final response to this web series pans out and whether or not SyFy will continue it on in one form or another. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.
Even with all of the lens flares, the dropping of tools to hide language and the rough-looking visuals, I rather enjoyed the ride that Blood and Chrome took us on. I still believe that this could have turned into a solid entry in the BSG canon and seeing a younger, more volatile Adama puts a completely different spin on his character. This is not the calm-yet-intimidating father figure we all know and love. This is the young, brash, green Adama and I’d really like to see his story continue.
Check out the finale below and remember that the full two-hour movie will premiere on SyFy in early 2013, and the DVD/Bluray will be released on February 19, 2013.
[Source: Machinima Prime]
Tags: Battlestar Galactica Blood and Chrome web Series, Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome, Ben Cotton, BSG, Jill Teed, John Pyper-Ferguson, Luke Pasqualino, Machinima, Sebastian Spence, SyFy, Ty Olsson