The Walking Dead
AMC seems to realize how much horror fans really love "The Walking Dead" and continues pumping out supplemental materials to help fill the long months between the end of Season 1 and the start of Season 2 in October. On tap for today is another Q&A - this time with editor Hunter Via.
This year's e-mail vote for the 9th annual Rondo Hatton Awards, conducted by the Classic Horror Film Board, drew more than 2,900 votes as fans chose among 30 categories; and we here at Dread Central are both honored and humbled to have once again been awarded a Rondo for Best Website! Read on to find out who our 2011 co-winners are.
With AMC currently gearing up for "The Walking Dead" Season Two, the network is keeping fans in mind by continuing to pump out supplemental materials for the show. Today we have a Q&A with Melissa McBride, who portrays Carol Peletier, Sophia's mother and Ed's wife.
Word broke last week of the possibility that the great Stephen King would be penning an episode of the Frank Darabont created hit AMC series "The Walking Dead". Well, confirmation of sorts has come, but it gets even better!
There's been a lot of talk about who will be handling the Season 2 writing duties on the hit AMC series "The Walking Dead" based upon the Robert Kirkman zombie comic epic, but never anything as interesting as this.
It's going to be loooong spring and summer while we wait for Season Two of "The Walking Dead" to debut, but to help ease the pain, AMC has released a batch of 20 new behind-the-scenes stills from Season One. Read on to relive the memories!
With the success of "The Walking Dead" Season One (Blu-ray/DVD review here), there will no doubt be a lot of big name talent attracted to the possibility of taking a crack at steering the ship from the director's chair. One such name?
We know there are so many web series out there, it's nearly impossible to separate the good from the bad, but for horror fans there are few better than "This Week in Horror" hosted by Matt Raub and Staci Layne Wilson. They're already up to Episode 10, and Staci dropped us a line to let us know that this week's installment should be of special interest to our readers.
Last Friday, March 4th, AMC ran a marathon showing of Season One of "The Walking Dead" and, as part of the event, aired a new series of roundtable interviews with "The Walking Dead" creative team that started with a look at the opening scene of Episode 1 and ended with a discussion of the training and choreography that went on in the show's zombie school.
As promised in his report from the 2011 Paleyfest panel for "The Walking Dead", our man on the scene Andrew Kasch has provided us with video of the event, which you can see right here!
After a completely dry last week, we are treated to the release of "The Walking Dead" Season One Blu-ray/DVD set this week, and boy, does it kick a copious amount of ass.
Chances are, if you’re reading this site, then you’re very familiar with AMC’s groundbreaking zombie drama series “The Walking Dead” that debuted this past Halloween. And since we’re big fans of both the graphic novel and its television adaptation, we jumped at the chance to speak to actor Andrew Lincoln about all things zombie and his experiences working on the breakout hit series.
Charlie Sheen on the Walking Dead Season 2? Plus The Top 10 Charlie Sheen Movies Every Genre Fan Should See
Here's an interesting and completely unexpected news item coming in for everyone's favorite Chernobyl-like celebrity, Charlie Sheen. It seems as if since his schedule is now free, he could be appearing on, of all things, Season 2 of the "The Walking Dead".
One of the advantages of living in Southern California is the ability to attend the annual Paleyfest at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, and Andrew K. just reported in with news from tonight's opening event: "The Walking Dead".
By this time next week "The Walking Dead" will have successfully shambled their way into your home on Blu-ray and DVD and we have yet another clip ready to prepare you for the feast! From the Press Release