The world as they know it is morphing into the world of lawlessness that we know in ‘The Walking Dead,’ where decision-making has become determining whether to do the right thing or to get what you need/want, and the two are not mutually exclusive.
Month: September 2015
Wiping Away Tears: ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Recap for ‘Not Fade Away’
Regardless of the roles the characters of Fear the Walking Dead are playing, it’s clear that something is rotten in the state of California.
The Irony and the Cavalry: ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ recap for ‘The Dog’
The police and military both heading in wrong directions about how the malady spreads and how it affects people, but society is already degenerating so rapidly that their first reactions are the best courses of action at this point.
There’s No Place to Go: The Tedium of Chess and the Cold War in ‘Pawn Sacrifice’
Not even the most dramatic of scores can evoke the fervor required to engage an audience that is watching someone think really hard.
The 10 Best Deep Track Key & Peele Sketches (And Other Superlatives)
Draxx them sklounst.
What People Do and Don’t Do: ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ recap for ‘So Close, Yet So Far’
Judging by its early focus on social deconstruction, it’s already building the framework of an effective stand-alone show that can serve to enhance the narrative of The Walking Dead, rather than exist in its shadow.