Esposito: “No! You think I’m worried about some old camp fire stories? I’m a grown ass man.”
You’ve only got three days to live after you see this disc, and it’s already claimed two lives already. That’s right Castle is playing with horror genres now. Overall, the writers do a good job. There’s obviously humor in Castle, Ryan and Esposito all freaking out over the disc. It would have been better if the writers would have expanded upon the conversation with Esposito and Castle about Espo being in his will. Another great possibility would be to have Ryan and Castle talk about how to protect themselves, since they are the two that are openly afraid of this disc. What is your favorite moment from the episode?
There really isn’t much of a focus into the lives of Val and James, the two victims. Instead, all of the focus seems to be on the discs. Aside from asking friends and family, our favorite NYPD detectives don’t really appear to try to find a link between Val and James. There could have been a little bit more of them digging because they should have come up with something before Castle identifies the inn on the video. Speaking of Castle, the fact that Wes Craven gives him the idea to focus on identifying the images is funny. Actually, their whole conversation is hilarious. However, isn’t it common sense to try to identify what’s on the video? Why did it take them that long to work on it? Did any part of the crime solving bother you at all?
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