“Do Or Die” from season 3 of The Strain sees the Strigoi triumph and finally take over New York City; this is how the action packed episode unfolds.
Voltage In season 3, episode 9 “Do Or Die”, New York City finally fell to the Strigoi hordes. Guillermo del Toro has created some unforgettable screen monsters, including Pan’s Labyrinth Pale man o Hellboy 2 Angel of Death. He also has a fascination for classic creatures like Frankenstein’s monster or vampires like Dracula, with his first film. Cronos offering a new version of the myth. Later he returned to the vampires with Blade II, which featured The Reapers, which says about both humans and vampires.
The unique design of the Reapers saw their jaws open to reveal a pointed tongue capable of quickly draining victims of blood. Guillermo del Toro later returned to this basic design for the goofy but fun Strain novel trilogy, which he co-wrote with Chuck Hogan. These books followed a group of characters desperately trying to contain a vampire threat that was spreading through New York City, and Voltage it was later adapted into a four-season series for FX.
Voltage It was a bit frustrating as while it featured big ideas and horror, it also featured some very irritating heroes and a tendency to focus on silly subplots. Voltage Seasons 3 and 4 are generally considered the best, as they eliminated some of the weaknesses of the first two seasons and increased the intensity. Season three featured New York in a desperate fight to hold off the Strigoi, but Voltage Season 3, Episode 9 “Do Or Die” was the point of no return. The NYPD opts to flee the dying city after being overwhelmed, and Kevin Durand’s Fet predicts the entire city will fall in a few days.
Voltage Season 3, Episode 9 “Do Or Die” offers even more insight into the backstory of businessman Palmer and his relationship with his rich and heartless father; That is why he later names his company “Stoneheart.” Currently, Palmer tries to finally kill the slimy Strigoi Eichhorst by shooting him, who barely manages to escape. Palmer at least manages to recover the nuclear weapon that Eichhorst smuggled into the country, which is used to gruesome effect in the next episode. “Do Or Die” was also the end for several important characters, including Justine Feraldo, Captain Frank, and the series’ most underrated hero, The Silver Angel. All three also surprisingly die in rapid succession, with only Gus managing to survive the attack from the vampires.
Voltage Season 3, Episode 9 “Do Or Die” offers little hope that Eph, Fet, and the others can turn the tables, as a device that can disrupt vampires’ ability to communicate. However, the deaths of so many key players and the neglect of the NYC police indicated that the Strigoi had almost won, and the season 3 finale will deliver the final blow.