It is summer break and best friends Amélie, Bintou and Morjana hang together with the neighborhood teenagers. At night, they have fun sharing goosebumps stories and urban legends. But when Amélie is assaulted by her ex, she remembers the story of Kandisha, a powerful and vengeful demon. Afraid, upset, she summons her. The next day, her ex is found dead. The legend is true and now Kandisha is on a killing spree. The three girls will do anything to break the curse.
And Then is Raveena Tran’s directorial debut as she transfers over from working as a traveling artist and photographer – she’s also done incredible card artwork for Magic the Gathering – to a director and what a seamless transition it feels like. The whole film is beautiful from beginning to end with wonderful cinematography, great atmospheric shots, and also wonderful acting from the two leads
Episode 5 begins with Loki meeting his variant selves – Boastful Loki, Classic Loki, Kid Loki, and the real star of the show: Alligator Loki. They give us a quick rundown of this new realm: It’s the void at the end of time where all multiverses collide only to be ultimately consumed by Alioth the shadow force the seems to erase everything.
Sylvie and Loki await the end of the world and share another emotional conversation that leads to a mysterious Nexus event that catches the eyes of the TVA. Suddenly the two are in custody and Loki is placed in a time cell where he repeats a memory where he hurt Lady Sif by cutting her hair over and over as she beats him up and berates him telling him he’ll always be alone.
After bombing the timeline the Variant finds herself at the TVA ready to take down the Time Keepers when Loki interrupts her insistent on receiving some answers.
In which Loki stands face to face with himself. The err Variant,
Black Widow is Directed by Cate Shortland, with Screenplay by Eric Pearson and story by Jac Shaeffer and Ned Benson.
Last we saw of Loki (Tom Hiddleston), he had just escaped Avengers tower in New York immediately following his invasion after time-traveling Avengers allowed him to get his hand on the Tesseract.