Locke & Key – The Black Door

by Alan Rapp on August 31, 2020

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  • Title: Locke & Key – The Black Door
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Locke & Key - The Black Door television review

As Echo (Laysla De Oliveira) moves forward with plan B in getting her hands on more keys by flirting with the self-destructive Tyler (Connor Jessup), who purposefully sabotages his relationship with Jackie (Genevieve Kang), Kinsey (Emilia Jones) plays on the Savini Squad’s need for a new filming location to lead them down into the dangerous sea caves in order to satiate her own curiosity about what secrets they are hiding from her father’s past. While putting the lives of all her new friends in danger, getting more than a little closer to one of the group, and pissing off her boyfriend, Kinsey does manage to find a hidden door deep within the caves promising secrets she is desperate to get her hands on. Obviously the mysterious door will have an important role to play later in the series.

Bode (Jackson Robert Scott) does find a new key in the Mending Key but its use isn’t immediately obvious and he becomes quickly distracted Echo’s threats. We shouldn’t need to wait long for those to play out as Echo flirts with Tyler she sends Sam (Petrice Jones) after the rest of the Locke family armed with the Matchstick Key. While Echo, who reveals her name to be Dodge, may not be able to force the Lockes to part with the keys she can certainly release hell upon them until they do. Meanwhile Nina (Darby Stanchfield), still searches for answers about Joe’s (Steven Williams) death and Ellie‘s (Sherri Saum) lies and Kinsey discovers Duncan (Aaron Ashmore) is unable to process or makes sense of the memories removed from his head.

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