Ciri Explores Her Identity: S2E5 Review: “Turn Your Back”

By Tanya Malik Grade: 8.5/10 Audio Version Below Article As we enter into the second half of this season, we see the different the focus of the two seasons. While Season 1 was mostly just snapshots, Season 2 is an overarching story. “Turn Your Back” represents the climax of that story, which mostly explores Ciri’sContinue reading “Ciri Explores Her Identity: S2E5 Review: “Turn Your Back””

The Witcher Returns To Form: S2E4 Review

By Benjamin Rose Score: 8 After a middling last two episodes The Witcher returns to form. Fresh off her encounter with the Myriapod in episode 3, Ciri and Geralt run the Killer, a cross country course through the woods around Kaer Morhen, before a wounded Ciri bumps into Triss, who has arrived at Geralt’s requestContinue reading “The Witcher Returns To Form: S2E4 Review”

The Witcher S2E3 Has Too Many Legs

Score: 6 By Benjamin Rose After a strong opener, The Witcher has begun to meander a bit. Episode 3 is decidedly light on action, and at times grows a bit tedious. The Witcher is building up to bigger and better episodes this season down the line, but for now not much is going on andContinue reading “The Witcher S2E3 Has Too Many Legs”

The Witcher S2E2 Is So-So

Score: 7 By Benjamin Rose Audio Version Below Article We begin with Yennefer dreaming of a quiet domestic life with Geralt, but this dream quickly turns into a nightmare when a red-robed figure abducts and burns the baby Yennefer has imagined herself having. Back in the real world, Yennefer and Fringilla are now prisoners ofContinue reading “The Witcher S2E2 Is So-So”

The Witcher Finally Earns Its Medallion: Season 2, Episode 1 Review

Score: 9 By Benjamin Rose Audio Version Below Article The Path returns from a year-long hiatus to bring you the first new Netflix’ The Witcher review! As we eagerly await the release of Blood Origin and season 3 in December/January of this upcoming year, Tanya and I will be writing the long-belated episode-by-episode and overallContinue reading “The Witcher Finally Earns Its Medallion: Season 2, Episode 1 Review”

End of Hiatus and New Content

By Benjamin Rose, Editor Welcome. After shutting down due to financial and other issues last year, The Path is back and soon to release new content! From now on Benjamin Rose and Tanya Malik will be writing articles and Rose, Luis Navarro, and Louis Campbell are set to host our upcoming, as-of-yet unnamed podcast, whichContinue reading “End of Hiatus and New Content”

Nightmare of the Wolf: Animated Witcher Content = Better Witcher Content

Score: 6.8/10 From Witcher showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich comes the latest addition to the Netflix Witcher franchise, a brand new film titled Nightmare of the Wolf… and guess what, it’s animated!! With a lengthy gap existing between the releases of the first and second season of The Witcher, the Netflix live action adaptation of theContinue reading Nightmare of the Wolf: Animated Witcher Content = Better Witcher Content”

The Aesthetics of Brokilon Forest

By: Holly Ross The first picture we’re painted of Brokilon Forest, in the short story “Sword of Destiny”, is a grim one. The body of a dead teenage boy. A reputation of causing fear. Three warnings. Then two. Now one. These are the first we learn about the forest.  But this is not all thatContinue reading “The Aesthetics of Brokilon Forest”

Studio Mir: The Pen Behind the Film

By: Holly Ross Earlier this week, The Witcher’s animated prequel film, The Nightmare of the Wolf, was released on Netflix, and has so far received good to excellent reviews. As of the conception of this article, the movie boasts an impressive 100% on rotten tomatoes (based on 16 critics reviews) and has an audience ratingContinue reading “Studio Mir: The Pen Behind the Film”