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Norman Reedus

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My Take on ‘The Walking Dead’ (2010-2021): Not a Review

I am not the biggest fan of AMC’s popular zombie-drama, The Walking Dead, but I wasn’t always a critic of it. When the show first aired in its abbreviated, six-episode debut season, I was one of its early converts, impressed by its production values, epic scope, and excited by the prospect of a long-running television … Continue reading

Rules Aren’t Always Made to be Broken: Five Filmmaking Pet-Peeves

As even laymen know, filmmaking is hardly an exact science, and exceptions to common rules and contextual details of film production are as important to film history and popular film culture as the most reliable screenwriting-101 rule. A film does not always require a protagonist, a character need not always possess an arc, an eye-line … Continue reading