Bummer news, fiends! We got word yesterday that AMC has decided to pull the plug on tonight's special fan viewing party of "The Walking Dead" at the Muvico Theaters in Thousand Oaks.
Talk about suffering! That'll be us fans of "The Walking Dead" after Sunday night when we have to wait until freakin' February for the next episode! In any event, here's another still from the mid-season finale: "Made to Suffer."
Dread Central Hosting Mid-Season Viewing Party for The Walking Dead THIS SUNDAY in Thousand Oaks, CA!
Hey, California area "Walking Dead" fans; get ready for something truly epic this Sunday night! Dread Central's Heather Wixson will be hosting a mid-season finale Watch Party for "The Walking Dead" at the Muvico Theaters in Thousand Oaks this Sunday, December 2nd.
There's no doubt that "The Walking Dead" has invaded every facet of pop culture as we know it, spawning hundreds of bits of merchandise, its own talk show, etc., the reason being that it's some of the best damned storytelling you're likely to find anywhere. But let's look at the lighter side...
It's time for the mid-season finale of "The Walking Dead," and considering the episode, entitled "Made to Suffer," was written by creator Robert Kirkman, we're pretty sure it's gonna be a rough one!
The Walking Dead: Q&A with Steven Yeun (Glenn) and Behind the Scenes of Episode 307 - When the Dead Come Knocking
To kick off the work week, we have a Q&A with "The Walking Dead" actor Steve Yeun (Glenn Rhee) about post-apocalyptic romance, his expertise at being a hostage, and lots more!
Now that Rick is finally done with his hallucinations and met Michonne, maybe we will get some ass-kicking tonight? Someone's gotta go rescue Maggie and Glenn from Merle and the Governor. Tonight's episode entitled "When The Dead Come Knocking" was directed by Dan Sackheim.
Back in June we heard some rumblings that Lennie James was open to returning to "The Walking Dead" as Morgan, whom Rick met early on in his travels, and now it looks like that is happening... along with the first appearance of another fan favorite character.
So last night we learned the fate of Carol on AMC's "The Walking Dead," and if you're not quite caught up yet, you may want to skip this week's Q&A, which is with Melissa McBride, who portrays the character on the show.
Behind-the-Scenes Video from The Walking Dead Episode 3.06 - Hounded; Sneak Peeks of Episode 3.07 - When the Dead Come Knocking
"The Walking Dead" continually surprises us by incorporating events from the comics but changing them up just enough to keep us on our toes.
When we left off in last week's episode, Rick was awoken from his zombie-killing stupor by a phone call. So he did what any human being would do in the vicinity of a ringing phone, he answered it. Tonight's episode entitled "Hounded" was written by Scott M. Gimple and directed by Dan Attias.
The Walking Dead's Danai Gurira and Greg Nicotero on Carol's Fate, Michonne's Intensity, Rick's Phone Call, and Lots More
Episode 3.05 of "The Walking Dead," entitled "Say the Word," brought us Penny, Rick losing his mind, a mysterious ringing telephone, a zombie pit fight, and Michonne leaving Woodbury without Andrea.
Ironically enough, two of the most beloved characters on "The Walking Dead" TV show, Merle and Daryl Dixon, never appeared in the comics; and it's now time for a chat with Michael Rooker (Merle), who describes getting into fighting shape for his character's return...
Behind-the-Scenes Video from The Walking Dead Episode 3.05 - Say The Word; Sneak Peek of Episode 3.06 - Hounded
Fans of The Walking Dead comics got the answer last night as to whether Rick would be talking on the phone with "someone" on the TV show as well, and we have to say it played out perfectly.
Have you recovered from last week's devastating episode of "The Walking Dead" yet? Andrew Lincoln's heart-wrenching performance at the end of it was Emmy-worthy, and tonight's Episode 3.05, titled "Say The Word", continues where we left off.