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A perfect mix of character and creepy story-building, "The Secret Fate of All Life" offers up an important answer, providing evidence that the season is heading towards an enthralling second half.
Where is the show going with its recently clarified Lovecraftian ties? Does it even really matter, when the ride is this great?
"The Secret Fate of All Life," lay a few more cards down on the table that True Detective had heretofore been holding pretty close to its chest.
Director Cary Fukunaga and writer Nic Pizzolatto continue to throw all the hints at you and let you digest them before they fill you in.
...an absolute stunner of a moment.
"The Secret Fate of All Life" wraps up one lingering question (and admittedly superficial question) and then dutifully throws out several more.
Time, crime, truth and lies are all part of this week's tense, creepy, and revelatory episode of True Detective.
In "Secret Fate of Life," the build-up results in both closure and cause for anticipation, making the episode's narrative just the right amount to absorb.
We're caught in a masterpiece.
"The Secret Fate of All Life," True Detective's fifth episode and its best thus far, is preoccupied with storytelling and with repetition.
"The Secret Fate Of All Life" matches a season high with another season high, boldly taking Reggie Ledoux out of the picture and forging ahead into the murky depths of season one's third act.