Overkill’s The Walking Dead certainly stokes the player’s despair, but not the sort that its developers intended.
In season nine, The Walking Dead concerns itself with the nitty-gritty of ensuring an egalitarian system of government.
The season finale of The Walking Dead functioned mainly as a prolonged teaser for the battle to come.
The episode is at its most artful when sound accentuates the way the storylines have been braided together.
In tonight’s episode of The Walking Dead, both Sasha and Rosita’s quiet heroism comes into sharper focus.
The episode snaps the show back to its default position with much talk-as-lecture and oppressive foreshadowing.
A lot happens in “Say Yes,” almost all of it compelling.
The episode takes a break from the hatchet-faced military strategizing and obligatory slicing and dicing.
The main strength of the episode, like that of The Walking Dead as a whole, is its visuals.
The sly head-fake that opens The Walking Dead‘s latest episode throws us effectively off balance.