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The complete third season of the HBO medieval fantasy drama based on the bestselling novel series 'A Song of Ice and Fire' by George R.R. Martin. The programme follows the battle between the Starks and the other noble families of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros to gain control of the Iron Throne. The episodes are: 'Valar Dohaeris', 'Dark Wings, Dark Words', 'Walk of Punishment', 'And Now His Watch Is Ended', 'Kissed By Fire', 'The Climb', 'The Bear and the Maiden Fair', 'Second Sons', 'The Rains of Castamere' and 'Mhysa'.
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Biggest chops and changes so far. Literally.
Need to bring this up off the bat. Series three for me contained more scenes of gore, torture and psychological catastrophes than any of the series before it, it also contained the usual amount of nudity and swear words... so how is this the season that's rated a 15 when the previous seasons were 18s? Its mad! I digress.
Definitely the strongest season so far with more twists and turns, betrayals and life changing events. Introducing a few new characters, namely the evil Ramsey Snow of house Bolton (If you thought Joffrey was bad wait until you get a load of this lunatic). As previously quiet and obedient houses and bannermen begin to make a mark for themselves on westeros.
Stannis licks his wounds after his defeat in season two, becoming ever more obsessed with his new God and the Red Woman Melisandre, desperately trying to recuperate and get back in the game as a contender for the throne. Making life hard for his ever suffering but loyal second in command Davos as he...
The Rains Of Castamere
Following the completion of Season 7, I decided to re-watch the series from the beginning & it has been interesting to see how much better scripted the earlier series were. Series 2 had ended with Stannis Barratheon's humiliating defeat at Blackwater; Sam Tarly witnessing an army of White Walkers on the march; Danaerys rescuing her dragons from the House of the Undying at Qarth; and Brienne's attempt to safely escort Jamie Lannister back to King's Landing. In this series, we are introduced to several new characters, such as Diana Rigg's sharp-tongued Olenna, matriarch of the Tyrell family; Ramsey Snow, the cruel & illegitimate son of Roose Bolton; Mance Rayder, the King Beyond the Wall; and Jojen Reed, who befriends Brandon Stark. We also see the return of Barriston Selmy, who pledges his allegiance to Danaerys. It is interesting to observe how the various characters storylines are balanced & interwoven; how some tread water for awhile, while others are advanced at a rapid pace. For...
3 times a charm! The peerless Game of Thrones gets better again!
Game of Thrones is one of the few series ever that seem to get better with every season and this series is no exception to the rule.
As opposed to the last series (6), they were still introducing more characters than they were killing...but not by much as you would expect.
There are many classic episodes in this season, not least the infamously shocking and heart breaking episode 9, Rarely does a TV episode carry as much emotional weight as the so-called 'Red Wedding,' and never have I seen such a shocking twist better executed and shot.
As usual, there are loads of intertwining stories and many new and old ones appear and begin as others end.
Another surprise about this season is that it is only 15, it is just as, if not more violent than the previous two and also contains some off screen horrors as well.
The extras are also great and very interesting both for fans of the series and at a distance medieval historians, or at least shows how history has...
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