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Fear the Walking Dead Season 4 Rewind: Our Thoughts on the Season's First Half
ET as we live-blog FTWD's mid-season premiere  'People Like Us' (with an extended episode of the mid-season finale 'No One's Gone' airing prior). Enjoy! https://youtu.be/EfLeulmrYlMVideo can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: Fear the Walking Dead Season 4 'What's Your Story?' Review: Great Start for Morgan and New Viewers (https://youtu.be/EfLeulmrYlM) Fear the Walking Dead s04e01 'What's Your Story?': A[...]
Fear the Walking Dead Rewind s04e04: A Look Back at 'Buried'
Credit: AMC In this edition of Fear the Walking Dead Rewind, we offer our thoughts on the fourth episode of the AMC series' fourth season: 'Buried." To say this episode was not the follow up we were expecting after Nick's (Frank Dillane) death would be a righteous understatement. Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey), Strand (Colman Domingo), and Luciana (Danay[...]
Dead Man Blogging 404 'Buried': Bleeding Cool's Fear the Walking Dead Live-Blog!
This week, our heroes must deal with the fallout from the ending to last week's 'Good Out Here'… Seriously?!? Who am I kidding?!? No one saw that ending coming, not even from a mile away…wow! Okay…we're going to take a moment and compose ourselves as we get ready for Sunday night's live-blog of the fourth episode of Season[...]
Bleeding Cool's Fear the Walking Dead Rewind: A Look Back at 'Good Out Here'
But at least we'll always have the blue bonnets…??? Credit: AMC So before we face the fallout from last week's ending with tonight's fourth episode 'Buried,' check out our "revap" (a recap-review mash-up) of last week's episode below – and since I'm definitely not looking for pitchforks and torches outside my apartment? Spoiler warnings! https://youtu.be/wgIdAkCRdMcVideo can't be loaded[...]
Masters of Cinema Monthly April 2012 – Lifeboat, Pasolini, Lubitsch and The Birth of a Nation
The extras included on this release include a making of and a discussion of the film between Hitchcock and Francois Truffaut and despite both being interesting additions to the release I can't help but wish there was something more substantial and altogether 'nerdier' on the disc, highlighting the exact way in which Hitchcock achieved what seems almost unachievable. One modern example[...]