I noticed over on the forum many were not keen on the writers going into hell and offering us a cheap alternative to their own imaginations. I was for this, but I also wanted them to be creative, adventurous and mind blowing. It is as I’ve said many, many times a HORROR show after all! But I have for sometime really wanted them to at least investigate it and show us how brave they are. As in the past they have skipped Dean’s time in hell by showing us him on a rack alone, lonely and scared bleeding and crying out Sam’s name. We also saw him crawl back to earth from his grave. Which in my opinion was the best bit. Jensen should have won an Emmy.
Sam’s time was more imaginative and not in the true sense of the word in hell. He was kept adjacent to hell in a different location to Dean. But my imagination was running overtime this time round. I wanted to be dazzled, wowed, and gob smacked. You’ve guessed it they didn’t go there. We were side-lined with Sam gone for a year, and returning under a lamp post which was flickering and looking in on Dean with Lisa and Ben. How short-changed we actually were. I wanted so badly to at least see the cage Sam was in for a whole year riding Lucifer. Being penned in with Michael tormenting him. I guess it was too graphic to visualize on TV and above budget costs. But how fab would this have been.
Now years on, we get a glimmer of hope that the writers are finally venturing into HELL. I really don’t want to be disappointed, but I can’t help myself. I could cheerfully strangle this show for not at least attempting something rather special, only to view what seems to be up-market prison cells decorated by the shows artists. Am I disappointed yes, I guess I am. As a creative person myself I was hoping secretly for much more. I here you cry you may be surprised they might show us something huge. Can the writers at least give us a gigantic leap and be brave and wow us with a few flames, terrified monsters and human’s living in fear. How spooky could hell be if they really put their minds to it. Are they frightened of going there because they don’t want to spoil the imagination of hell. Is it out of their league to go in deep and explore.
Bella would love to know what you all think about hell, and the writers not living up to our creative imaginations. Are they deliberately avoiding going there. You no my drill, can’t wait to here from you guys, oh and by the way still haven’t seen the show yet.
By the way guys/team I hope you are all having a Happy Easter if you celebrate, don’t eat too much Chocolate!