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The Sandman Season One 


I remember reading The Sandman comic books when I was younger. There were weird and creepy characters in that comic book. Every so often an interesting thought would be found in the Sandman comic books. I was curious about The Sandman Season One on Netflix. My first concern was the TV-MA rating. Why is that needed? Please be aware there will be spoilers in this review. Although if you never watch the show because of how bad it is then you do not need to worry about them.

The issues families will have with The Sandman Season One are violence, blood, gore, magic, lack of attire, enticement to lust, nudity, sex outside marriage, sexual deviancy, occult, bad language, false gods, and more. The Sandman Season One takes us to all kinds of strange places like hell. There is a female Constantine in The Sandman Season One. She uses an odd method to bring out a demon who has possessed someone. That person died by the way. There are plenty of gross and disturbing things in The Sandman Season One.

The storyline of The Sandman Season One revolves around a human magician trying to capture Death to have his dead son returned to him. Somehow he captures Dream instead. He imprisons him thanks to a nightmare that inspires serial killers. We later find out that Desire had something to do with Dream being imprisoned. While Dream is away for over a hundred years the Dream Realm falls into ruin. Most of the dreams and nightmares leave. Dream gets vengeance on the humans and goes about restoring his power. After that he cleans up the messes his minions have created. And deals with a Dream Vortex.

There are a lot of characters in The Sandman Season One that need some professional help if you catch my drift. The Sandman Season One celebrates them and laughs at them instead of encouraging them to combat their mental illnesses. I find that very sad and very damaging. There are eleven episodes in total that make up The Sandman Season One. The last episode is part animation and part live action that tells two different totally non-related stories. I remember reading the cat one in the comic books.

The only two items of interest for me in The Sandman Season One is the man made immortal by Death, and the Death character. Much of the casting in The Sandman Season One is questionable. Dream is very boring and bland. Dream is supposedly in peril but easily turns it around. The Sandman Season One teaches honesty is bad. Major bad characters are easily disposed of. I never got invested in much of anything while watching The Sandman Season One. The whole show is a snooze fest.
- Paul


Video: 30%
Audio: 40%
Replay: 30%
Functionality: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 30%

System: Netflix
Publisher: Netflix
Developer: Warner Bros TV
Rating: ‘TV-MA’ - SEVENTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Language, Self Harm, Sex, Suicide, Violence}

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