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Piers McCarthy reviews the thirteenth episode of The Walking Dead season 3....

Two fierce, angry men are planning war against one another. Both have a team of loyal and dedicated soldiers ready to fight the opposing side. As well as this rivalry, there is a seemingly never-ending hoard of the undead that always need to be getting the sharp end of each side’s sticks. The social politics of The Walking Dead has continually been the backbone of many of its episodes, though for episode 13 it’s undeniably obvious.

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David Boyd, television director/cinematographer, whose work includes Deadwood and Firefly, clearly understands the cool aesthetic of the Western genre. That’s why “Arrow on the Doorstep” begins like a fine Leone film. This comparison, albeit, is only minor as it is mainly the first four minutes that capture the silent, multiple angle set-up of the Spaghetti style. Nevertheless, »

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