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The Living and the Dead review – spooky metaphors and terrified ducklings

28 June 2016 11:20 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Joyfully, we are removed from reality to 19th-century Somerset, where supernatural doings and malevolent spirits abound

The first episode of the new six-part drama The Living and the Dead (BBC1) opened in a Somerset vicarage, in 1894 and I was already sold. “Anywhere but the here and now, my loves,” I whispered at the screen. “Anywhere but here and now.”

Soon, joyfully, we were even further removed from reality. Partly by the ethereal beauty of Colin Morgan – off whose cheekbones the entire production hangs – as Nathan Appleby, a pioneering psychologist returned from London to the family pile to make A Go of Things after the death of his mother, and partly because supernatural doings are afoot. Sixteen-year-old Harriet has started hearing voices and feeding ducklings to pigs. Is she about to get her first period? Is she haunted? Or is her psychic upheaval emblematic of the industrial changes about to sweep through bucolic England? »

- Lucy Mangan

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Round-Up: Exclusive Preview of Ultimate Night Of The Living Dead – Home #3, Dark Horse Day, Z-rex: The Jurassic Dead

19 February 2016 8:06 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

We have an exclusive preview of Home #3 from Double Take's Ultimate Night of the Living Dead comic book series. Also in this round-up: the Dark Horse Day announcement and Z-Rex: The Jurassic Dead.

Home #3: Double Take's Ultimate Night of the Living Dead #3 issues, including Home #3, will be released on February 24th.

From Double Take: "The stories continue...

Our new creators brought to life 10 stories that launched on September 16th, 2015. Click below to read the first issues digitally on our website:

Z-Men: Dead and/or alive. Lbj orders the Secret Service to bring him back a Zombie. This should be easy...

Spring: Hot sun, hot babes, and the cold decaying flesh of the zombie horde.

Home: A happy family, a lovely spring evening, and zombies. The family that faces zombies together stays together.

Dedication: Thanks to some hungry customers, the closing shift at George’s Market has turned into a graveyard shift. »

- Tamika Jones

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