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It's a slow burn, but I think it makes sense. It reminds me more of a coherent Simon's Quest, where he is running into fearful, mistrusting villagers, and having to deal with the after effects of a Dracula ravaged country. Only four episodes of world building makes the payoff of what we got just seem less. Believe me, I groaned "No" at the end of episode four because we were finally starting to get into the beginnings of the action, but they're trying to create a story out of a very base plot.
Trevor immediately hopping around whipping candles for items and eating wall meat wouldn't translate as well to a story as people would hope it would. Even if the concept would be incredibly funny.
The real problem is that four episodes simply was not enough, especially where the series left off.