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    A Southerner's Defense of Bayou Gothic 'True Detective'

    Emily Nussbaum may be my favorite critic working today -- her New Yorker column is my North Star of trusted opinion in the televisual wilderness. But she gets "True Detective" wrong, wrong, wrong.

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    Watch: The Amazing Full 6-Minute Tracking Shot From 'True Detective'

    Firstly, if you're not watching HBO's "True Detective," you're doing it wrong. One of the best things going on TV right now — if not the best, period — the drama series has proven to be fantastically written and richly entertaining, with a murder mystery woven across a couple of decades, in a case t...

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    'True Detective' is the Most Cinematic Show on Television -- But Is It Anything More Than That?

    "True Detective" reached its mid-season point last night with a virtuoso six-minute shot. The series is one of the most beautifully directed on the small screen, but does its content match its style?

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    Recap: Explosive 'True Detective' Season 1, Episode 4 'Who Goes There'

    Over the course of three episodes, "True Detective" has been a steadily ratcheting the tension as Martin Hart (Woody Harrelson) and Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey) track down a serial killer that is haunting the surreal South like a monster. Last week's "The Locked Room" concluded with a goosebump-...

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    Recap: 'True Detective' Season 1, Episode 1 'The Long Bright Dark' A Potent Start To A Promising Series

    Movies and television see no shortage of twisted killers, finding ever more gruesome and brutal ways with which to dispatch their victims. And when the recently partnered detectives Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey) and Martin Hart (Woody Harrelson) come across the body of a young woman named Dora La...

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    Watch: Matthew McConaughey Is Caught In A Life Trap In New Trailer For HBO's 'True Detective'

    "This is a world where nothing is solved," Matthew McConaughey's Rust Cohle declares in this new trailer for "True Detective." And it might seem an odd choice of words for a series built around a mystery that spans years, also ensnaring fellow detective Martin Hart (Woody Harrelson), but that's just...

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    'True Detective': HBO's Next Great Drama or Just Another Serial Killer Story?

    Check out our review of "True Detective," HBO's upcoming crime drama created by Nic Pizzolatto, directed by Cary Fukunaga and starring Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey.

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    Watch: Matthew McConaughey & Woody Harrelson Are Tested In New Trailer For 'True Detective'

    Earlier today, we dropped our list of 10 Films To See In January, and while all due respect to those movies, we think some of the best drama you're going to see this month is going to be at home on HBO. We know we've been talking about this one for a while, but just like that, "True Detective" will ...

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    Everybody's Guilty: Watch 2 Promos & Check Out The New Poster For 'True Detective'

    What else can we possibly say about "True Detective" at this point except that the few weeks left to 2014 seem far too long given our anticipation for this series. As always, HBO continues to quicken our pulse for this one with more great promos for the show.

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    Review: Powerful & Confused 'Out Of The Furnace' Starring Christian Bale & Casey Affleck

    In telling the story of a fundamentally decent man's descent into violence and retribution, Scott Cooper's “Out of the Furnace” plants its cues of chilly neo-noir in the claustrophobic corners of America's Rust Belt, and then nearly gets away with its own high-minded meditations. Loyalty and consequ...

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