Blindspot: The Fifth and Final Season arrives only on DVD after the previous four seasons received Blu-ray releases. No features included but at least the video and audio was adequete. The DVD is set for release on November 17th.
London Fields bar none is one of the worst films I’ve come across in the last few years with a terrible screenplay unaided by either stilted acting from the likes of Thornton and Heard to Sturgess chewing the hell out of every scene he was in.
Blindspot: The Complete Second Season is nice step up from an already good freshman season with an expansion on the mystery surrounding Jane Doe and a fine mixture between procedural and serial and an effective season-long villain.
“Blindspot”: The Complete First Season doesn’t exactly harness its full potential and there is some predictability in Doe’s character arc, yet I can’t say each of these episodes at least were somewhat entertaining but I can’t say much more than that.