The Walking Dead
Boondock Saints star Norman Reedus is joining the cast of "The Walking Dead" this Sunday as Daryl Dixon, brother to Michael Rooker's racist redneck Merle Dixon. In addition he will be participating in a virtual viewing party for the show so viewers can chat live with him during the episode.
Sorry, rest of the world! This latest clip from "The Walking Dead" Episode 3 on AMC is for us Statesiders only. You're going to have to wait a bit for the flesh-tearing goods, but trust us. It will be worth it! Dig on the U.S. only clip below!
Ah yes! The pungent smell of "The Walking Dead" will officially be returning to the AMC airwaves for a second season of bone-crunching, flesh-chewing, heart-wrenching action. Thirteen new episodes have been ordered up. Life is good! From the Press Release:
We're all diggin' heavily on "The Walking Dead" and I'm sure we speak for all fans when we say that we simply can't wait to get this epic series on Blu-ray and DVD when it comes out. We don't know the exact date as of yet, but we do know how much it's going to cost and who will be handling distro!
The third episode of the so far, so good "The Walking Dead" is entitled "Tell It to the Frogs", and AMC has released a sneak peek of what we can expect next Sunday. In addition, actor Steven Yeun (Glenn) discusses the pleasures of receiving a walker back massage, describes the smell of prosthetic intestines, and relates the grossest thing he's ever seen.
Last night's episode of "The Walking Dead" on AMC was jam packed with zombie mayhem! After the slow burn from the pilot, Episode 2 revved up the action and the gore quotient significantly, don't you think?
Looking for a little bit more to tide you over until the second episode of "The Walking Dead" airs this Sunday beyond the images and first sneak peek we provided a few days ago? How about another clip, this time focusing on Shane (Jon Bernthal)?
Are you suffering from "The Walking Dead" post-premiere blues? Or did you somehow miss the series premiere altogether on Halloween night? Fret not! Relief is here: We have your hookup to watch (or re-watch) the first episode of "The Walking Dead" in its entirety right here.
Horror didn't just kick ass at the box office this weekend, it kicked ass on TV, too! That's right, kids! "The Walking Dead" scored BIG last night, and we've got the official numbers right here! From the Press Release
Dead day is here! We're just hours away from the premiere of Frank Darabont's adaptation of Robert Kirkman's "The Walking Dead", and to get you geared up, AMC has just released a Season One video preview! Dig it!
After almost a year of production, we are within a zombie crawl of the premiere of "The Walking Dead" on AMC, and boy do we have a GIANT package to help you prep all weekend before Sunday night. As you already know, the pilot was directed by Frank Darabont, who was nominated for three Oscars include Best Picture for The Green Mile. So you can surely expect quality entertainment.
Two days. Just two more days, and we'll all be enjoying "The Walking Dead". Can't wait? Neither can we, so how about we take a look at the opening credits, which just appeared online via the wonder and magic of YouTube? Are they as cool as the fan-made credits (see below) from a few weeks ago? No, but damnit, Bear McCreary's score is stellar! Dig it below!
The wait is nearly over! This Sunday, Halloween night, Frank Darabont's adaptation of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic "The Walking Dead" will be debuting on AMC! Can't wait? Need a quick fix now? Well, how about we show you the opening five minutes of Episode 1? Yeah, we thought you'd like that!
"The Walking Dead" worldwide zombie invasion has come to an end, and as promised, we have a few more videos and some photos of the rest of the infected cities. Today we travel from Belgrade to Caracas, Guatemala City to Washington, DC, with multiple stops along the way.