'Silo' review: Terrific world-building on a cursed Earth

'You've got to hand it to a show that can make turning a lever a hugely suspenseful moment.' Photos: Handouot

Silos – you can't work in 'em, or so the management gurus tell us; and you can't maintain peace through mutually assured destruction without 'em, or so the fellers with the nukes tell us.

Well, someone (or several thousand someones) didn't listen. By the time dystopian sci-fi drama Silo begins, we're several human generations on from said mutually assured destruction.

7.5 10


A cornucopia of dystopia.

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