The Walking Dead
Robert Kirkman's special brand of ghouls known as "The Walking Dead" has taken the television airwaves by storm, and now that the show's on hiatus, the graphic novels are taking a big bite out of book sales.
That's right, kids! We've saved one of the coolest contests of the year for last! Pretty fitting, no? Recently we had a chance to shamble around the AMC Walking Dead store and came away with some pretty nifty swag, and we've got your chance to win some for the holidays!
SiriusXM Radio will be broadcasting “The Twelve Days of Book Radio,” a special featuring highlights from the past year of Book Radio, running from December 14th through 25th; and while there aren't a lot of genre related offerings, there are two that we thought our readers should be aware of.
Dinner for Fiends is back for what may be its final installment of the year. There’s not a whole lot of horror going on at the movies of late – unless you count how much money the latest Twilight sequel has made – so in addition to Breaking Dawn we’re mostly talking quality horror on TV today.
If you thought the first half of "The Walking Dead" Season Two was pretty friggin' awesome, according to actor Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl, you haven't seen ANYTHING yet. Read on for the details.
As usual following a new episode of "The Walking Dead", AMC has posted a complementary Q&A with an actor who figures prominently in the ep, and this week's subject is Chandler Riggs, who plays Carl Grimes (son of Rick and Lori). In this interview Riggs explains how the state of Georgia's gun laws differ from those on set and hints at Carl's first walker encounter.
The Walking Dead: A Look Ahead to the Second Half of Season 2; A Sneak Peek of Episode 2.08 - Nebraska
Still reeling from last night's mid-season finale of "The Walking Dead"? We had an inkling of what was going to transpire, but nothing quite prepared us for the visceral impact the last few scenes would have. But that's all water under the bridge (or, rather, blood in front of the barn); what we want to know now is how the second half of the season can possibly top the drama and excitement of the first.
When it comes to creating jaw-dropping special make-up effects in movies, it doesn't get any better than the work by Greg Nicotero, one of the masters of KNB EFX, who have been responsible for some of the biggest and best effects of the last 25 years in the industry.
If you're not caught up on AMC's "The Walking Dead" Season Two, then you just may want to skip this story entirely. If you are, then this is a juicy one. Read on for news about the latest hissy fit.
Maybe those fan-made images of "The Walking Dead" cast we posted earlier today were a bit prophetic as it turns out one member of the cast was ready to leave after the Darabont controversy. So where does that leave this person now?
Here it is, folks. Exhibit A of why we love doing what we do - you guys! The horror fanbase is the most passionate in the world, and we strive to not only meet but honor that passion. Case in point: the following images began circulating around the interwebs from an artist who is as of yet unknown. They focus on what our dearly beloved "Walking Dead" heroes would look like if they were ... well ... dearly departed. Check it out!
Yep, here's another "The Walking Dead" story for this Monday afternoon, but considering that after the November 27th episode, entitled "Pretty Much Dead Already", we won't be getting another until February 12th, we'll definitely take what we can get right now!
The Walking Dead comic purists like yours truly certainly must have raised an eyebrow or two at the turn of events in last night's episode of "The Walking Dead" TV series involving Shane (who's not even supposed to be there!) and Andrea; but hey, I'm a firm believer that change is always good so I'm willing to just go with it for now. Let's see what Andrea herself (Laurie Holden) has to say about her character arc, her shooting skills, and attaining a Zen-like calm.
Tonight we got another tense, well executed episode of "The Walking Dead" on AMC, which just makes it all that much harder to accept that next Sunday night's ep serves as the mid-season finale of the show. Check out a teaser trailer and clip from Episode 2.07, "Pretty Much Dead Already", in which the future of Rick and the survivors at the farm looks pretty darn bleak.
If you didn't watch last weekend's episode of the hit AMC series based upon the Robert Kirkman zombie epic "The Walking Dead", we suggest you skip reading this story right now. For those of you all caught up however ...