The unmerciful madman who created one of the single greatest living dead properties ever in The Walking Dead has taken time out recently to share his insight on Season Two of the hit AMC show and more! Read on for the goods! From the AMC Walking Dead Blog
The wait has been agonizing to say the least, but "The Walking Dead" Season Two is currently behind cameras, and we've got the very first high resolution zombie shots for you right here. Right now. Oh, the gory glory!
Another new Q&A with a cast member of "The Walking Dead" TV series has popped up on AMC.com, this time with Neil Brown, Jr., who describes how his part went from being an extra to a major character (Guillermo) in one episode and then shares -- appropriately enough -- his grandmother's post-apocalyptic survival skills.
The headsy terror tale known as YellowBrickRoad is officially playing in theatres right now (see listings below) and to celebrate this well crafted sliver of indie horror goodness, we've tracked down three more clips for you. Dig it!
The first time this writer met up-and-coming genre filmmakers Andy Mitton and Jesse Holland, it was on the red carpet at the 2010 Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah on the eve of the world premiere of their first feature film entitled YellowBrickRoad.
Earlier today we got word confirming that AMC's "The Walking Dead" is heading to Hershel's Farm in Season Two, but now, after hearing showrunner Frank Darabont talk about potential budget cuts looming for the show, we have to wonder if all the bells and whistles we're hoping for once it gets there will remain intact.
Those of us who are familiar with Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead comic series have been anxiously waiting for the protagonists of AMC's "The Walking Dead" TV series to arrive at Hershel's Farm, and now that word has come as to which new characters will be introduced during Season Two, we couldn't be more excited.
The latest indie terror tale which loses you deep within the emerald city of the woods is arriving in theatres this week, and we have an exclusive clip to get you all geared up. Throw away your compass and map. They're not going to help you.
Having just taken in Bloody Disgusting Selects' YellowBrickRoad, we can tell you this ... the flick is nothing short of unsettling and completely unpredictable. A rarity nowadays. To get you even more excited, a brand new one-sheet has debuted, and we have it for you right here with a trailer!
An official trailer for the next flick in the super potent line of Bloody Disgusting Selects hit online today, and we have every second of all that indie goodness ready and waiting for your perusal.
The good folks behind Bloody Disgusting Selects have just announced three more movies for a limited run in AMC theatres across the country, and we have all the details on each, including when you can expect them. Dig it! From the Press Release
Another new Q&A with a cast member of "The Walking Dead" TV series has popped up on AMC.com, this time with Jeryl Prescott, who portrayed Jacqui, in which the actress describes how she landed the role, theorizes on her character's final moments, and explains how fantasies about Morgan helped her survive the apocalypse as long as she did.
Fans of AMC's "The Walking Dead" got another treat today as the network released an additional 20 behind-the-scenes stills from Season One.
AMC seems to realize how much horror fans really love "The Walking Dead" and continues pumping out supplemental materials to help fill the long months between the end of Season 1 and the start of Season 2 in October. On tap for today is another Q&A - this time with editor Hunter Via.
With AMC currently gearing up for "The Walking Dead" Season Two, the network is keeping fans in mind by continuing to pump out supplemental materials for the show. Today we have a Q&A with Melissa McBride, who portrays Carol Peletier, Sophia's mother and Ed's wife.