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The Walking Dead - Season 5, Episode 04: Slabtown

Rick Grimes and his group of survivors face more threat from the walkers and humans that lurk within.
Duration: 44 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2014
IMDb: 8.2
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Critics Of "The Walking Dead - Season 5"
David Sims AV Club
January 02, 2015 I really enjoyed "Slabtown," particularly as a more low-key respite from the intense battle with Terminus that led off the season.
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Shane Ryan Paste Magazine
January 02, 2015 That scene when Noah gave an inspirational speech to Beth about how nobody knew how strong they were... might be the worst thing I've ever seen on this show.
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Danielle Henderson Guardian
January 02, 2015 I like how they're teaming people off and breaking them up this season; it fleshes out the worldview a bit more, and we all get a break from Rick and Carl's overly intense father/son dynamic.
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Patrick Kevin Day Los Angeles Times
January 02, 2015 It's not that Beth is a bad character, she's just been surpassed by so many others in terms of intrigue and sympathy... It appears this episode is looking to rectify that situation.
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Zack Handlen AV Club
January 02, 2015 Turns out, nothing good has been happening to Beth, which should surprise no one.
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Sean Daly Tampa Bay Times
January 02, 2015 After all the go-go-go Rick-vs.-Gareth gore-o-rama of Season 5's first three installments, this hour... [was] satisfying if only because Singing Beth was too busy getting pushed around to bust into one of her endless uncatchy ditties.
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Matt Fowler IGN Movies
January 02, 2015 Points awarded here for creativity and differentiation. I mean, think of these types of "left turns" as primers for the spinoff headed our way.
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Troy L. Smith Cleveland Plain Dealer
January 02, 2015 The struggle with "Slabtown" is there's no Andrew Lincoln or Melissa McBride to carry things along. We're forced to invest in actress Emily Kinney and her ability to make Beth Greene a compelling force (which actually works out fairly well).
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Sean McKenna TV Fanatic
January 02, 2015 So did I need a whole hour on Beth? Probably not, but I was curious to see where this new group, this new location was going to take us. Beth just happened to be the window into that world, and I was willing to follow along.
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Blair Marnell CraveOnline
January 02, 2015 "Slabtown" felt like the first filler episode of the new season of The Walking Dead.
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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 ...