‘Soldiers of Love’ review – ‘Ominous Passage’

Hello everyone! 🙂

Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

It’s Easter Sunday today!

“Happy Easter everyone!” 🙂

Get your remotes ready! It’s…

(sighs) “Do I have to review this episode of ‘Soldiers of Love’? Sarah Sutton’s not it!”

Waiting for a response. No answer.

…. (sighs) “Okay! It’s MJTV time!”

Welcome back to MJTV time. It’s time to review the fourth episode of the ‘Soldiers of Love’ series on ‘Bradley’s Basement’ called ‘Ominous Passage’. As I said, Sarah Sutton doesn’t appear in this ‘SOL’ episode which saddens me as I like her to be in all episodes. I look forward to hear Sarah next time.

But thankfully this fourth episode can still be enjoyed with the return of Nicholas Courtney, Michael Keating, Gareth Thomas, Anna Karen, Jan Chappell, etc. At this point, the series is moving at a leisurely pace, taking time with developing the characters as well as progress the characters forward.

Will I find ‘Ominous Passage’ exciting enough compared to the previous three episodes of this series? Well that depends. There are elements from previous ‘Soldiers of Love’ instalments missing for this episode. Will there be more character development for Turnidus, Yztabub, Mydas and Cilla?

Here is the link to my review on ‘Ominous Passage’.

Please feel free to comment on my review for ‘Ominous Passage’. You can purchase ‘Ominous Passage’ or the complete ‘Soldiers of Love’ series from the MJTV website.

Enjoy! 🙂

Stay tuned tomorrow for my review on the next ‘Soldiers of Love’ episode called ‘Planet of Death’.

Bye for now!

Tim. 🙂

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