Collider True Blood Review: “Fire In the Hole”

In “Fire in the Hole,” True Blood made clear that in addition to seeing old faces and spending nostalgic time with the main characters, it also plans to kill off a bunch of people. This house cleaning should have been done years ago — the show added villains just to kill them off each season, but meanwhile, also expanded its arsenal of supernaturals to unwieldy proportions. It’s not that the sprucing is a bad idea, it’s just poorly timed. Now, it just feels like a way to create some drama in a season that is ping-ponging around too much to create any depth on its own. Will it turn out that the entire series is just LaFayette’s drug-induced dream? It would make more sense. Hit the jump for why “we can’t be biting, fucking and sucking in the moonlight.”

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