seedy apartment building is like a roach motel for transients and furtive
lovers. They check in . . . Jake, the earnest new assistant manager already starts
to question the macabre way things are done in the building, but it is doubtful
he can change much during Bonds of Blood,
the second episode of Charles Band’s web series Ravenwolf Towers, which premieres today (the first full moon of
2017) on the Full Moon streaming site and Amazon Prime.
first episode, Bad Mary, was hooky and intriguing, making Bonds look like a relative sophomore slump in comparison. Rather
oddly, the episode’s big reveal comes rather early in the episode. It turns out
Mary, the pretty girl living on the eleventh floor with the rest of her freaky
evil family is maybe not so innocent as viewers and Jake previously assumed.
The assistant manager will come in direct conflict with her mutant brood when
he tries to protect the new tenants: a pair of fan service-providing lesbian
Frankly, aside from the scoop on Mary, Bonds does not appear to hold a lot of
long-term narrative significance. However, it certainly suggests Sonny H. King
could very well emerge as the fan favorite for his salty work as Benji, the
massively cynical building manager. He is reason enough to come back for more
in twenty-nine days. Bonds of Blood streams
today, with the DVD release coming January 20th.
Labels: Charles Band, Full Moon Features, Ravenwolf Towers, web-series