Early screenings of Netflix’s forthcoming dark fantasy series, "The Witcher," have already garnered ample praise, some of which allude to a series far better choreographed than “Game of Thrones.” Most of “The Witcher” reviews highlight fight scenes, visual special effects, sound editing, impeccable casting, and Henry Cavill’s apparent expert portrayal of Geralt of Rivia.

Despite the fact that “The Witcher” Netflix review embargo doesn’t lift until the show’s release on Dec. 20, a few lucky fans have already elicited their own spoiler-free impressions of the series. Many of "The Witcher" reviews have been posted on social media, namely Twitter, however, one keen Reddit user has collated a monstrous chunk of them into a single post.

YouTube content creator Warstu took to Twitter after watching the Netflix series to relate how well the show sounded and fight scenes were filmed. His conclusion was that the highly successful HBO series “Game of Thrones” pales in comparison to the choreography of “The Witcher.”

“The Witcher” Podcast gives a similar no-holds-barred impression of the Netflix series.

Others have praised "The Witcher" cast, specifically Anya Chalotra playing the sorceress Yennefer, Cavill as the titular monster hunter Geralt, and Swedish star MyAnna Buring as Tissaia.

Yet, swordplay appears to be the series’s strongest suit and at the forefront of many early "The Witcher" impressions. Others have likewise contended with Warstu, as 411 Mania staff reporter Jeffrey Harris explicitly points out Geralt’s incredible swordsmanship.

The few changes the show has made from the books seems to have worked in favor of the Netflix series. French journalist Aymeric Parthonnaud tweeted in a reply to showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, “’[The Witcher]’ has a soul of its own.”

Hissrich’s take on Andrzej Sapkowski’s classic books has given it a darker, more terrifying tone that seemingly assists in bridging “The Witcher” to all audiences, rather than fans of only the books or video games. Though, fans of the book series, like Will Franklin, will seemingly enjoy Netflix's "The Witcher" adaption just as much as newer audiences.

Netflix's “The Witcher” invites monsters and ghouls to homes everywhere on Dec. 20.

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"The Witcher" TV series is not looking at the games as a source. The Witcher/Facebook