Last night Dread Central had the chance to check out the 38th annual Saturn Awards, which celebrate excellence in science fiction, fantasy and horror films, at the Castaway Event Center in Burbank, California.
Our friends over at Collider caught up with The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, who spilled some very interesting things about the third season of the hit AMC television series based on his graphic novel.
"The Walking Dead" executive producer Gale Anne Hurd is getting geared up to set her sights on another menace to the human race - aliens. Or at least a certain place located somewhere in the desert that's known for housing aliens and their secrets.
A new "dispatch" from the set of "The Walking Dead" has arrived, and today we have a Q&A with key make-up artist Donna Premick and hair stylist Taylor Knight, who describe what goes into dirtying up the cast and share some hair and makeup tips for the apocalypse.
One of the biggest attractions at this year's San Diego Comic-Con was no doubt "The Walking Dead" Escape Obstacle Course. Rife with zombies and screaming fans, how could you not have a great time? Thankfully some really good imagery from the event has surfaced. Dig it!
We know you guys can't get enough of "The Walking Dead" because neither can we! Which is why as soon as we learned the show's entire SDCC 2012 panel was up online, we grabbed it and posted it for your perusal right here, right now!
San Diego Comic-Con 2012 Exclusive Interview: Gale Anne Hurd Discusses The Walking Dead Season Three, Reflects on The Terminator Franchise and More!
With more than 30 years in the filmmaking world behind her, writer and producer Gale Anne Hurd has been one of the creative forces behind some of the genre world's most beloved projects.
While everyone else was busy pulling him in nineteen different directions, we were able to sit down privately with "The Walking Dead" showrunner Glen Mazzara to talk about the Governor, the prison, and a couple of surprises.
And the insane news cycle continues. Next on the highway of horrors for you cats is a new one-sheet for AMC's "The Walking Dead." Michonne fans should be ultra pleased. Season 3 debuts on October 14th. Lord, we cannot wait!
"The Walking Dead" hit Comic-Con in full force on Friday the 13th, and while everyone was as tight-lipped as ever about the upcoming season, we came away with enough tidbits of info to ensure that we'll be planted firmly in front of our TVs when Season 3 debuts on October 14th.
All right, "Walking Dead" fans! Grab your calendar and a pencil! The Hall H panel for "The Walking Dead" just let out, and with it came the premiere date for the next season. Read on for the latest regarding when you can rejoin the zombie apocalypse.
THR has scored a video tour of "The Walking Dead" obstacle course that has been set up here at the San Diego Comic-Con, so sit back, get your blood pumping and dig on some public face time with the Walkers.
Earlier we brought you the first look at the scene setup for "The Walking Dead", and now we have the whole enchilada awaiting your perusal. Who wouldn't want to be a slave to Michonne? Still, we're very fond of our bottom jaw.
If there's one property at this year's San Diego Comic-Con other than The Hobbit that has an overwhelmingly cool presence, it's "The Walking Dead," and we've got an exclusive look right here for you of the show's insane looking booth! Dig it!
Each year it has become a tradition that an illustrated one-sheet for the new season of "The Walking Dead" appear at the San Diego Comic-Con. Now, just a couple of days before the big dance, AMC has revealed the poster for Season 3. Dig it!