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The A.V. Club Highlights “Rectify’s” Production Design; Forbes Talks to Creator Ray McKinnon

Article: The A.V. Club Highlights “Rectify’s” Production Design; Forbes Talks to Creator Ray McKinnon

This week, Forbes grills RECTIFY showrunner Ray McKinnon on his creative process and influences, while The A.V. Club celebrates the series’ “inspired” used of sets and props. See what everyone is talking about, watch the entire first episode of RECTIFY Season 2 right now.

“Vulture” Calls “THE RETURNED” “A Class Act,” While “The Guardian” Calls It “Brooding And Meditative”

Article: “Vulture” Calls “THE RETURNED” “A Class Act,” While “The Guardian” Calls It “Brooding And Meditative”

Even ten months after its premiere on SundanceTV, THE RETURNED is still earning the undying respect of critics and fans alike. With its admirable restraint and moody depiction of the dead’s complicated return, it’s no wonder that “The Guardian” and “Vulture” have hailed the series as “a class act all the way,” and called it “strikingly beautiful.” Check out why critics keep praising this unique and effecting zombie series below.

Entertainment Weekly Celebrates “RECTIFY’s” Stillness; Bustle Reflects on Its Women

Article: Entertainment Weekly Celebrates “RECTIFY’s” Stillness; Bustle Reflects on Its Women

This week, Entertainment Weekly keeps raving about the new season while Bustle focuses in on the “brilliant” series’ female characters.

Sundance competition films: juicy, mopey, risky, arty?

Article: Sundance competition films: juicy, mopey, risky, arty?

The 2010 Sundance Film Festival won’t kick off for a few weeks, but the press is already dusting off its snow boots and readying for action. (“Should the Bagger rent a car in Sundance, or are the shuttles where all the good gossip is?” wonders The New York Times’ Melena Ryzik, the new Carpetbagger blogger and a festival first-timer. One reader suggests a Norwegian kicksled.)