The Walking Dead
What's this?!? Good news coming in for AMC's second season of the hit zombie themed TV show "The Walking Dead"? Saints preserve us! Thank the heavens! The angels sing, and all that jazz ...
In case you don't know, and shame on you if you don't, there's a new special edition of "The Walking Dead" on DVD and Blu-ray coming from Anchor Bay Entertainment, and the powers-that-be just sent over a nifty gore-filled behind-the-scenes featurette for you cats to dig on!
Once it was announced that Glen Mazzara had taken over as showrunner of AMC's "The Walking Dead", we figured it was just a matter of time before he would be the focus of one of the network's weekly "Dispatches from the Set" of the series. That time has now come, and it's full of some interesting tidbits - although if you're looking for anything juicy in terms of why said takeover happened in the first place, well, you're out of luck!
There are so many things swirling around regarding Season 2 of the hit AMC series "The Walking Dead" that it's getting harder and harder to keep track of them all. It's as if making the thing is more dramatic than the show itself. Which has led the network to the following idea ...
Behind-the-scenes controversies asides, Season 2 of "The Walking Dead" is looking nothing short of badass, and after watching these four clips just released by AMC, we're sure you will agree.
It's time for another edition AMC's "Dispatches from the Set" of "The Walking Dead". This week we hear from special FX makeup artist, director, and producer Greg Nicotero, who discusses the dos and don'ts of making zombies, creating webisodes for online, and how "The Walking Dead" reminds him of Christmas.
Earlier in the week Anthrax's Scott Ian got zombified for Season 2 of "The Walking Dead", and he proudly posted an image on Twitter. He promised fans that there was more to come. He wasn't lying! Over on Ian's official blog he shared another image and the following ...
This past weekend, this writer was privileged to be one of the co-hosts of the 2011 Flashback Weekend Chicago Horror Convention in Rosemont, IL. On Saturday afternoon Flashback hosted "The Walking Dead" Season 2 Preview Panel moderated by yours truly; panelists included Michael Rooker, Andrew Rothenberg and Steven Yeun.
What's this? A story about the upcoming second season of "The Walking Dead" that isn't riddled with anger, heartache, and frustration? Stranger things have happened.
It's Monday, which means it's time for another installment of AMC's "Dispatches from the Set" of "The Walking Dead". This week we speak with Season 1 cinematographer David Boyd, who describes putting on the director's hat for Season 2 and explains what Hershel's farmhouse has in common with a crocodile.
And the the controversy behind Frank Darabont's firing from the AMC series "The Walking Dead" continues to be uglier than any zombie featured on the series. This time "Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter took to Twitter to lay down some truly choice words on the situation.
Sometimes reality can be uglier than anything a filmmaker can conjure up for the big screen, and some new information on Frank Darabont's departure from the AMC series, "The Walking Dead", is sounding pretty hideous. Get ready for the most depressing news of the year.
As a Chicago native, I spent many fond weekends as a fan attending Flashback Weekend so it's an incredible honor for me to be returning to my hometown this weekend to serve as one of the convention's co-hosts. I'll be moderating some panels and running around enjoying all the horror hoopla so if you happen to be there, make sure to look for me and say hi!
Another installment of AMC's "Dispatches from the Set" of "The Walking Dead" has come our way, this time featuring Ernest Dickerson, the director for Episodes 2 and 3 of Season 2. Dickerson shares his secret for surviving the wilds of rural Georgia, explains what "The Walking Dead" has in common with The Wild Bunch, and describes trying to outdo Season 1's guts.
Much like the origins of the zombie outbreak in Robert Kirkman’s epic The Walking Dead, gameplay details on Telltale Games’ game based on that series are shrouded in mystery. Telltale has recently released a few details about the story, and even without knowing much of anything about the actual gameplay, what we've seen so far is incredibly exciting.