The Walking Dead
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 ...
The Walking Dead: Synopsis and Stills from Episode 2.06 - Secrets and a Look at the Show's Panel During ZomBCon 2011
Haven't gotten your full fix of "The Walking Dead" yet despite our posting earlier today of some previews from the upcoming Episode 2.06, "Secrets"? How about a peek at a few stills, the ep's official synopsis, and a panel with Norman Reedus and Melissa Cowan from ZomBcon 2011?
Despite the fact that Norman Reedus' character, Daryl Dixon, doesn't appear in The Walking Dead comics, he's become a fan favorite on "The Walking Dead" TV series, and with good reason. He kicks copious amounts of ass! Read on for AMC's latest Q&A with Reedus in which he discusses Daryl's zombie ear necklace and why it's impossible to not look cool with a crossbow.
Can't wait for the next episode of "The Walking Dead"? We don't blame you. This season has been stellar and has left us chomping at the bit for more ASAP. That being said, we have several new stills and the official synopsis of Episode 2.05, "Chupacabra", for you. Dig 'em!
2011 is starting to wind down, which means it's time for all the various awards shows to begin rearing their heads. First up are the People's Choice Awards, which for some reason ditched the Favorite Horror Movie category they instituted last year, but we won't hold that against them too much since "The Walking Dead" made the cut for Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show.
We stumbled upon a cool post today that we just had to share with you. Have you ever wondered what goes into the creation of a zombie from "The Walking Dead"? Take a look at a step-by-step pictorial that shows actor Kevin Galbraith going from a regular handsome guy to a flesh-craving zombie.
A lot happened in last night's episode of "The Walking Dead", including the best zombie gag of the season so far. And was that Merle we saw in the teaser for next week? We'll just have to bide our time until Episode 2.05, "Chupacabra", airs for the details, and what better way to do that than by reading another Q&A with one of the cast members? On tap today we have Steven Yeun (Glenn).
Per usual for a Monday morning we have a new Q&A with a cast member of "The Walking Dead" - today it's Melissa McBride, who plays Carol - as well as a sneak peek of next week's episode, entitled "Cherokee Rose".
As confirmation of what we heard this past weekend, and as if there was any doubt, AMC has renewed its most popular series, "The Walking Dead", for a third season. Let there be zombies ... and more zombies!
The Walking Dead: Q&A with Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori) and a Sneak Peek of Episode 2.03 - Save the Last One
We're just two episodes in, and Season 2 of "The Walking Dead" has already surpassed the quality of the series' first season as far as we're concerned, and if you're looking forward to next week's ep, entitled "Save the Last One", as much as we are, then you'll want to check out this sneak peek video provided by AMC. But first how about a quick Q&A with series star Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori Grimes)?
As if the record-breaking ratings weren't a big enough sign, some pretty cool news is coming out of the Undead Festival in Asbury Park, New Jersey, where quite a few zombies from AMC's "The Walking Dead" have gathered to take a bite out of the fanbase.
Were you one of the unfortunate souls who missed the premiere of AMC's "The Walking Dead" last Sunday? Well brighten up, sadsack, as we have the whole enchilada right here for ocular ingestion. Dig it!
After receiving information on the ratings for last night's Season Two premiere of AMC's "The Walking Dead", it certainly looks like zombies are no longer just the property of the horror community, and the mainstream has embraced them like never before. Read on for the details of how many records it broke for both basic cable and the series itself.
There's no denying the popularity of "The Walking Dead". When we were first reading Robert Kirkman's comics, we knew this tale was nothing short of genius. As a result zombies have now infected every aspect of pop culture.