The Walking Dead
A retail version of The Walking Dead has hit store shelves for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. The video game won Game of the Year at Spike's 2012 Video Game Awards and is nominated for the same honor by several other platforms.
In terms of the wait for the return of AMC's "The Walking Dead," hours are ticking by like days... days are like years... Simply put, it sucks. And if those damned Mayans are right and the world ends before we can see what happens, I'm busting heads in the afterlife!
The tenth annual Spike TV Video Game Awards took place last night, and proving that zombies rule over absolutely EVERYTHING these days, Telltale's The Walking Dead took home four big prizes, including Game of the Year. Read on for the details and a list of all the winners.
As our wheels cool after eight kick-ass episodes of "The Walking Dead," we find ourselves in that limbo between the mid-season finale and the start of the second half of season… the undead zone. Here's a little something to tide you over for a while.
Another Sneak Peek of The Walking Dead Episode 309 - The Suicide King; Chad Coleman Talks the Challenges of Playing Tyreese
Waiting for the return of "The Walking Dead" is unbearable, but to help ease the pain, we have another look at Episode 3.09, "The Suicide King," along with some comments from Tyreese himself, Chad Coleman.
Traditionally known as walkers, pus-brain bags of shit, etc., everyone knows that for the most part zombies can be counted amongst the dullest tools in the shed. The scarier part? Live thinking humans can exhibit far less brain power than the instinct-driven shamblers.
Sometimes we get stuff sent to us here at Dread Central that leaves us utterly conflicted in regards to whether or not we're going to share it with you.
In what's probably the final Q&A for "The Walking Dead" of the year, Andrew Lincoln (aka Rick Grimes) talks about turning into a real-life Southerner and describes what it's like to rip his guts out on set.
Telltale Games has revealed that fans will be able to get a box set of The Walking Dead on disc on December 11, 2012. This comes just in time for the holidays and will make a great gift for any horror fan! Read on to learn how you can pick up a regular or limited edition copy.
This mid-season finale of "The Walking Dead" was written by creator Robert Kirkman so you can bet we were left with our jaws agape at the end of the cliff-hanging episode! It was directed by Billy Gierhart.
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."
Terminal Reality has confirmed that two familiar faces from AMC's "The Walking Dead" television show will be offering up their talents to The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct game.
With great pleasure we sat down recently with actor Lew Temple, who’s currently essaying the role of Axel on AMC’s "The Walking Dead," and what followed was a fascinating conversation with a true Southern gentleman.
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.