This past weekend, this writer was privileged to be one of the co-hosts of the 2011 Flashback Weekend Chicago Horror Convention in Rosemont, IL. On Saturday afternoon Flashback hosted "The Walking Dead" Season 2 Preview Panel moderated by yours truly; panelists included Michael Rooker, Andrew Rothenberg and Steven Yeun.
It's Monday, which means it's time for another installment of AMC's "Dispatches from the Set" of "The Walking Dead". This week we speak with Season 1 cinematographer David Boyd, who describes putting on the director's hat for Season 2 and explains what Hershel's farmhouse has in common with a crocodile.
And the the controversy behind Frank Darabont's firing from the AMC series "The Walking Dead" continues to be uglier than any zombie featured on the series. This time "Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter took to Twitter to lay down some truly choice words on the situation.
Sometimes reality can be uglier than anything a filmmaker can conjure up for the big screen, and some new information on Frank Darabont's departure from the AMC series, "The Walking Dead", is sounding pretty hideous. Get ready for the most depressing news of the year.
Another installment of AMC's "Dispatches from the Set" of "The Walking Dead" has come our way, this time featuring Ernest Dickerson, the director for Episodes 2 and 3 of Season 2. Dickerson shares his secret for surviving the wilds of rural Georgia, explains what "The Walking Dead" has in common with The Wild Bunch, and describes trying to outdo Season 1's guts.
Our mates across the pond who run the Grimm Up North Horror Festival in Manchester, England, have reported in with some big announcements for the 2011 edition. They've moved the dates up to earlier in October than in previous years, and they have a new venue! As usual, we've got all the info you need right here.
Exclusive: Dread Central Interviews YellowBrickRoad Stars Anessa Ramsey, Clark Freeman and Cassidy Freeman
It seems like the journey for those involved with indie horror flick YellowBrickRoad has been a long and arduous one, but all the hard work has paid off. Not only did the film recently get a limited release in AMC theaters courtesy of Bloody Disgusting Selects, but it also just celebrated its home video release this week onto DVD shelves everywhere.
Speculation has been swirling as to why Frank Darabont stepped down as showrunner of AMC's "The Walking Dead": Was it creative differences? The budget the network was offering? Well, AMC President Charlie Collier spoke with Deadline today and did a bit of dancing around the issue. Read on for the details and tell us what you think he's saying.
During "The Walking Dead" panel at last month's San Diego Comic-Con, no one had any idea Frank Darabont was about to step down and be replaced as showrunner by Glen Mazzara. Want to experience the most buzzed-about event of this year's Con before all that went down? Then check out AMC's highlights reel, which we have for you here.
Just three days before the internet was rocked by his untimely departure from "The Walking Dead", showrunner Frank Darabont sat down with Dread Central and a roundtable of journalists at San Diego Comic-Con and made no indication that anything was amiss.
A bit more good news coming out of "The Walking Dead" camp following yesterday's horrific bombshell of an announcement regarding Frank Darabont leaving the show. Bloody Disgusting reports that KNB co-founder Greg Nicotero is getting behind the camera to direct a series of webisodes for the forthcoming second season of AMC's "The Walking Dead".
Well that sure didn't take long. Hot on the heels of yesterday's news that Frank Darabont has stepped down as showrunner of AMC's "The Walking Dead", his replacement has already been named. Read on for the details.
Okay, here's some breaking news that has us a bit shell-shocked. It appears that director Frank Darabont has stepped down as showrunner for AMC's "The Walking Dead". Read on for all the details.
Just in case all that cool info from San Diego Comic-Con we provided on "The Walking Dead" wasn't enough, AMCTV.com has posted the latest installment in its "Dispatches from the Set" series. Today we have for you executive producer Gale Anne Hurd discussing the love triangle among Rick, Lori, and Shane; Daryl Dixon's unique appeals; and the possibility of playing a zombie in Season 2.
Andrew Kasch just called in some new details concerning AMC's The Walking Dead Season 2 roundtable discussions at the San Diego Comic-Con. Read on for the latest! Just some quick bits ...