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”

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”

Examining Roach, Geralt’s Rotational Ride or Die

By Danielle Whitaker Eagle-eyed viewers of Netflix’s The Witcher, an adaptation of the written Witcher saga by Andrzej Sapkowski, likely realized that the famed, four-legged companion that routinely appears at Geralt’s (Henry Cavill) side are actually several different horses all named Roach. If you didn’t happen to then that’s completely understandable too. In your defense,Continue reading “Examining Roach, Geralt’s Rotational Ride or Die”

Of Monsters, Mythology and Men (Part Two)

By Danielle Whitaker Netflix’s The Witcher adaptation pits the infamous White Wolf against a thick throng of monsters featured in myths and across the world. The second half of this analysis focuses more on how the knowledge of the traditional lore adds entirely more subtext to creatures that appear in the show. As well asContinue reading “Of Monsters, Mythology and Men (Part Two)”

In Defense of The Witcher’s Multiple Timelines

By: Holly Ross Episode 1 of The Witcher starts off by introducing us to Geralt in the midst of battle: his face pale and his eyes dark as he engages in combat with the kikimora. The episode then jumps straight into the first narrative of the story: a live-action retelling of “The Lesser Evil.” 12Continue reading “In Defense of The Witcher’s Multiple Timelines”

Of Monsters, Mythology and Men (Part One)

By Danielle Whitaker Netflix’s The Witcher adaptation features a horde of horrifying monsters both on-screen and off, from lore and myths all across the globe. Why are there so many contributions from so many different cultures instead of the run of the mill creatures that appear in most fantasy themes? What do these differences meanContinue reading “Of Monsters, Mythology and Men (Part One)”

Eight Mages From The Books to Watch Out For in Future Seasons of The Witcher

By Theo Noble With more enchanters (and Enchantresses) making themselves known to us in the show, The Path is taking a minute to give you some names to watch out for, living and dead. During the current state of things, everyone should stay inside and stay safe.  Witchers and Sorcerers are immune to disease, butContinue reading “Eight Mages From The Books to Watch Out For in Future Seasons of The Witcher”

Ten Things The Witcher Netflix Changed From The Books

By Benjamin Rose As we shelter in place during this pandemic and eagerly await the time at which it’s safe for production to resume on Netflix’s The Witcher, The Path is still hard at work generating content to hold you over until Geralt and Co. return. Today we bring you the first in a seriesContinue reading “Ten Things The Witcher Netflix Changed From The Books”