‘NOS4A2’ Season 2 Review: A Directionless, Groan-Worthy Drag

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In a search for some purpose, it looks like AMC’s NOS4A2 has veered into preaching the antiquated gospel of Victorian morality with its second season. In the first season of the AMC adaptation of Joe Hill’s novel, viewers were introduced to Vic McQueen (Ashleigh Cummings), an 18-year-old whose dreams of attending art school get derailed when a special gift allowing her to travel via magical bridge (referred to as an “Inscape” in NOS4A2-speak) to find things which are lost. It puts her in direct opposition to Charlie Manx (Zachary Quinto), a wizened vampire who kidnaps …




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