The second season finale of HBO's \"Westworld\" opened a door to the staging of Dolores and Bernard as inhuman enemies in a whole new world. As we learned that Dolores' mind had been embedded in a copy of Charlotte's body, the finale took several turns before landing us in the real world and closing out the season with an apt Radiohead song.
Coming off the high of a near-perfect first season Westworld decides to get weird for their sophomore season titled The Door. Obviously, one would expect some twists and turns to this already pretzeled plot, but for some folks out there, having multiple interchanging timelines, often featuring the same character appearing both in the past and present and future, the showrunners may be too cryptic and clever for their own good. It's still an engrossing, beautifully-executed show, but The Door is a notable step down in storyline quality from The Maze. Let's hope Season Three can correct course and bring this beast home. Warner Bros. gives Westworld: Season Two - The Door a strong 4K UHD treatment with a transfer that offers up notable improvements over the 1080p release with a beautiful Dolby Vision presentation and an excellent Dolby Atmos audio package. Bonus features are solid. If you loved this season and made it through the tangled story web, this 4K UHD Blu-ray offers the best possible presentation. Recommended. 59ce067264