17 August 2015 | getmoneyswagger
A very fun show
Everything about this show screams potential. The premise itself may not be highly original, but I've never seen any film or television program execute these ideas in this way.
Patrick Brammall and Emma Booth deliver very believable performances as a couple who has been reunited after 2 years. While their storyline is the main focus, the show adopts a "freak of the week" structure where the rest of the gang get their own subplots that explain their death and flesh out their character even more. Most of the characters are very likable, and their dialogue reflects the time period in which they lived. I love this little detail, as it makes every character feel unique and I often found myself wanting to know more about them.
One thing Glitch gets right more than anything is the suspense. The writers give you just enough clues to keep you interested while never fully explaining the situation. While this sounds like it would be frustrating, it is probably the most enjoyable thing about the show. My friends and I were always debating after each episode, and it was interesting to see how our theories changed as the series went on.
Another thing I loved was the score. Composer Cornel Wilczek delivers a unique and emotional series of songs that always capture the tone of the scene perfectly. The opening title song is particularly captivating.
Glitch is a very entertaining show, and there really isn't much I don't like. I'm looking forward to season 2.