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The Walking Dead - Season 2, Episode 10: 18 Miles Out

Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman, this gritty drama portrays life in the weeks and months following a zombie apocalypse.
Duration: 44 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2013
IMDb: 8.3
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Starlee Kine New York Magazine/Vulture
July 28, 2015 This show has always been interested in exploring the uglier underbelly of people's natures while at the same time never being deft enough to actually pull it off.
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Mark Maurer Newark Star-Ledger
July 28, 2015 "18 Miles Out" was a particularly redundant episode. It indulged in another subplot centered on a petty argument. Two, actually.
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Morgan Jeffery Digital Spy
July 28, 2015 Everything seemed perfectly set up for Shane to make his exit and now that he's escaped death once again, it's difficult to imagine where else the writers can take the character. Nonetheless, we're intrigued to see where The Walking Dead will go from here
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Eric Goldman IGN Movies
July 28, 2015 "18 Miles Out" was easily one of the best episodes of The Walking Dead so far. An extremely tense episode that both felt big and bold... and more specific and focused... it really showed off the strengths of the series.
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Zack Handlen AV Club
July 28, 2015 While I had significant problems with one of these storylines, I can't stress enough how important it is for this series to keep this sort of structural focus.
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Sean McKenna TV Fanatic
July 28, 2015 This was a truly enjoyable episode with a feeling that everything that took place moved something forward and applied a sense that it will all culminate into something big.
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Andy Greenwald Grantland
July 28, 2015 At this point, I'm more interested in seeing how The Walking Dead will change than the world it inhabits. And, to give credit where credit is due, it just might have started changing for the better.
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Alan Sepinwall HitFix
July 28, 2015 On the whole, the character work was much better, the various arguments more clearly articulated, the sense of atmosphere made stronger because we didn't have to move from character to character, story beat to story beat.
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Aaron Rutkoff Wall Street Journal
July 28, 2015 I was actually concerned that the Academy Awards and tonight's episode, "18 Miles Out," would share a problem: too many speeches. But there was nothing to fear, at least for those of us watching the zombie drama.
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Darren Franich Entertainment Weekly
July 28, 2015 This is brave new territory for Walking Dead: Characters are actually confronting each other with dramatic situations, instead of just sitting around in a pass-aggro depressive haze
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Annabelle: Creation
IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...