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TV Review: ‘The Walking Dead’ – ‘Heads Up’


I was so wrong about this week's "The Walking Dead!" Glenn lives! But it's an especially stinging defeat when the writing that saves him doesn't make sense. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Restless’

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"Restless" is one of the best new spy thrillers released in recent years. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Supernatural’ – ‘Our Little World’

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This week's "Supernatural" re-emphasizes the theme of playing roles and "faking it till you make it." But how will all of these threads play out long term? Read More »

Actress Kim Delaney Sheds Light on War Victims of PTSD

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KCETLink Media Group has partnered with New Directions for Veterans to raise awareness for veterans suffering from PTSD with its Veterans Day special "Searching for Home." Read More »

Virginia Film Festival: ‘Mercy Street’

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Cast members and a Civil War historian examined the role of women, getting into character, and wardrobe challenges. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Supernatural’ – ‘Thin Lizzie’

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“Thin Lizzie” is a fun episode that blends myth arc and MOTW well; it’s nicely executed and suspenseful. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Supergirl’ is Simply and Sublimely Superb


If future episodes can keep up this pace and round out the supporting characters, CBS has a real hit on its schedule. Read More »

Documentary Review: ‘Ball of Confusion: The 1968 Presidential Election’

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Larry J. Sabato, politics professor and director of UVa’s Center for Politics, interviewed Edward Nixon at an advance screening of "Ball of Confusion." Read More »

DVD Review: ‘The Great American Dream Machine’


One thing 'The Great American Dream Machine' is is a fascinating time capsule. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Supernatural’ – ‘Baby’

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This week's "Supernatural," “Baby” is the kind of episode that restores fans hopes and dreams in a show that’s been a part of their lives for over a decade. Read More »