The L.A. Times and New York Daily News have reviews of Razor.
T.V. Guide had a preview by Michael Logan.
Critic for the Newark Star-Ledger Alan Sepinwall shares his views on his blog.
Bear McCreary writes about how he approached scoring the music for Razor, and how he developed a theme for Kendra Shaw that he used throughout the film.
Be sure to check out the Battlestar Wiki entry for Razor.
And for more insight into Admiral Cain and her leadership style read Maureen Ryan's Chicago Tribune interview with Michelle Forbes.
Ryan: Cain has obviously been a very important figure in the ‘Battlestar’ universe. There was a huge response to her among fans, and I think that’s because, in some ways, there are things that are really admirable about her. She’s very dedicated. She’s smart. She doesn’t put herself first. Do you feel that’s the case, that she has good qualities?
Forbes: I think that’s quite accurate. There’s always a sense in that universe that your time is about to be up. You have to prepare whatever future there is. Cain is always aware of her mortality and is quite willing to sacrifice her life and she expects the same of everyone around her.
I’m a big fan of Cesar Millan [host of ‘The Dog Whisperer’], and he states on many occasions that by nature, dogs will follow a strong leader. They will not follow a weak energy, and that’s true of people as well. We want a strong energy to follow. We want someone who seems fearless. And that’s true of Cain. I think that there is something compelling and comforting about her sense of duty, and her sense of getting the job done at whatever cost. There is comfort in that in difficult times, in times of war. But people like that may be misguided.