Blood Drive has got to be Syfy’s most insane show ever. The 13-episode series pays homage to classic grindhouse films, knowingly pushing the boundaries of good taste at every opportunity. It’s overstuffed with a gleeful sense of “Can you believe we’re getting away with this?”—both for better and for worse
Blood Drive is a new TV show on Syfy which is essentially based on the premise of a world where cars are fueled by blood, and not petroleum, because blood. We had some questions about how such a transportation would work, and now, we have answers. And one of them might be pointing straight at the Homunculus Theory.
I don’t know if this is exactly a forest-for-the-trees kind of situation, but there are certain times when you end up not exactly focusing on what you’re expected to.
There’s a series coming to Syfy this summer called Blood Drive, and it has a relatively simple premise. The world has run out of oil so cars are fueled, naturally, with blood. And while I get that it’s supposed to be intentionally absurd and campy, I’m concerned about the premise. I got questions.