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Snitch Review: Simple Yet Illuminating

Posted by on Feb 24, 2013 in feature overlay, Movies | 3 comments

Simple yet illuminating, Snitch was a fairly good way to spend an afternoon at the movies.

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‘The Walking Dead’ review: Burning down the house

Posted by on Mar 20, 2012 in Feature, Featured Article, Sci Fi/Horror, Television, Walking Dead | 6 comments

Sunday night’s jaw-dropping finale of The Walking Dead succeeded on numerous levels, a triumphant accomplishment for a cable ratings darling that lurched with the sluggish pace of its titular characters for the sophomore season’s entire first act.

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‘The Walking Dead’ review: Walk of Shane

Posted by on Mar 13, 2012 in Feature, Featured Article, Sci Fi/Horror, Television, Walking Dead | 17 comments

Sunday night’s penultimate episode of AMC’s zombie chronicle The Walking Dead continued the nearly bewildering upgrade the season’s second half has delivered, this time by dropping another bombshell upon unsuspecting viewers who figured the episode would focus on a solemn postmortem to ease the sting of Dale’s shocking departure.

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The Walking Dead Review: Oh, The Humanity!

Posted by on Mar 6, 2012 in Uncategorized | 10 comments

The biggest quandary facing AMC’s post-apocalyptic zombie meditation The Walking Dead is arguably the challenging task of striking that elusive balance between compelling character development among the survivors, and fulfilling the gruesome aesthetic requirements of an undead scourge.

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The Walking Dead Review: Mano a Mano

Posted by on Feb 28, 2012 in Uncategorized | 7 comments

It’s week three into the second half of The Walking Dead’s sophomore chapter, and the tenuous proselytizing and brooding neuroses plaguing the season’s first seven episodes seem to have genuinely begun dissipating

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