«we have survived all the way from birth to this very moment, and we look at each other, and some of us start laughing, and others start weeping, and one or two of us break out into a wordless humming song. and all of us mean the exact same thing. look at us! look at us out in the honey light of the finished day. look at us and rejoice in our sheer being! you too have survived, survived everything up to this moment. grip tight. hum. laugh. cry. forget nothing and think many things of it.»
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Dylan O’Brien pulls off a very difficult physical transition between scared teenage Stiles and the Stiles that is possessed by an evil Japanese demon. It was interesting last week, but much more impressive in this episode. Evil Stiles walks differently, holds his jaw differently, makes different expressions, looks much more confident and dare I say dangerous, and it’s really an impressive bit of physical work from the young actor. Even his line delivery is different than it is as Stiles. It’s some impressive stuff, and proof again that O’Brien is the best actor on the show, and one of the best young actors on television right now.
A Review of 'Riddled' by Ron Hogan at Den of Geek. x