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‘The Walking Dead’ – What We Need From Second Half of Season 5

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I am truly excited about this last half of the season, but I am expecting that we have not prepared ourselves to lose those whom we are going to lose. Read More »

‘The Walking Dead’ – Best Moments of 2014

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A highly subjective "best of 2014" of "The Walking Dead." Straddling seasons four and five, this year's "Walking Dead," has proven to be one of its strongest. Read More »

‘The Walking Dead’ – Zombies Are the Least of the Problem

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With the mid-season finale ending on absolutely the bleakest note possible, the notion of where the survivors will go is less important than how can they go on. Read More »

‘The Walking Dead’ Midseason Finale Review: RIP Beth Greene

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RIP Beth Greene. The first half of The Walking Dead, Season 5 concludes on a sorrowful note as the optimistic young Beth Greene dies of a gunshot wound to the head, leaving the survivor group in shock. Read More »

‘The Walking Dead’ – A Newbie’s Perspective

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After a three-season Netflix binge, and from this newbie's perspective, 'The Walking Dead' is a brilliant social commentary and a fantastic journey. Read More »

‘The Walking Dead’ Season 4 – What AMC Should Learn from M*A*S*H

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Like The Walking Dead, M*A*S*H lost two key cast members going into its fourth year. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Walking Dead: The Complete Second Season

After a slow star season two ends with a bang. Drama, death, and mayhem bring the show to its exciting climax. Read More »

TV Review: The Walking Dead – “Beside the Dying Fire”

The Walking Dead goes big for Season 2 finale, and sets up much for Season 3. Read More »

TV Review: The Walking Dead – “Cherokee Rose”

The Walking Dead makes a few mistakes this week, but lets some morality and romance bloom. Read More »

TV Review: The Walking Dead – “What Lies Ahead”

The Walking Dead brings intense human drama and cruelty to children, and a few undead-related mysteries. Read More »