Yeah...it was kind of like a train wreck. I just couldn't look away.
I'm still not a fan of most of the directing, cinematography, and even some of the writing. BUT, the plot and story-lines did get better at the end. Particularly the last couple of episodes.
I figured I had watched it most of the way, I'd give it until the end of the season before dumping it off my schedule.
As a prequel to the original movie, I was pretty disappointed early that they weren't developing any of Norman's character to the original. At the end, the did a pretty decent job of it.
Are they really going to have Dylan make it with that high school tramp, Bradley?
I sure hope not. That, like some of the stuff in the season, would just be too unbelievable. Dylan's character isn't stupid enough to do something like that.
I'm a little disappointed we didn't learn more about the whole sex ring thing and how all that was being operated before the sheriff offed that guy and before the deputy killed the Asian slave girl. I thought from the original findings of the drawings and the way that all developed, it would be a bigger part of the series than it was. Meh...oh well.
Props to the sheriff. That was pretty cool how he handled the stuff in the last episode. He really IS the man in the town.