Sometimes you do get what you ask for! Just yesterday we were complaining that NBC hadn't released any images yet from "Grimm" Episode 2.21, "The Waking Dead," and just like that - here they are! Minus zombies unfortunately, but you can see a few in the preview.
With just two more weeks left in this season of "Grimm," NBC is being stingy doling out the goods. We haven't seen any stills from the upcoming Episode 2.21, "The Waking Dead," yet; but at least we can share a preview of what happens when zombies descend on Portland.
When BBC America first announced it would be airing the UK mini-series "In the Flesh," the premiere date was in August, but they must have realized we Yanks need our zombies sooner than that as it has now been moved up to June 6th.
In anticipation of the release of the horror comedy Detention of the Dead, we have a brand new one-sheet and trailer for you naughty boys and girls to dig on. The best part? You won't even have to stay late to see 'em!
Today, Monday, May 6th, production officially kicked off for "The Walking Dead" Season 4, and to celebrate, AMC has provided the first behind-the-scenes look at this season's zombie school.
Going through withdrawal from the distinct lack of "The Walking Dead" on TV? Yeah, we are too, and let's face it: It's friggin' Monday, and we could all use a good laugh. That being said, you NEED to watch this bad lip-reading "Walking Dead" video.
Your first look at the undead mayhem that is on tap in Anchor Bay's The Demented has arrived, and you should run - not shamble - in here to check it out. Though we still do prefer zombies who shamble.
Have questions regarding Dead Island 3? Just want to get a feel for where the game makers were going with their return to the zombie-infested Tropics in Riptide? Then you're gonna want to attend a special fan Q&A this Friday, May 3rd.
Sure, we have "Mad Men" and "Game of Thrones" to watch on Sunday nights now, but nothing compares to "The Walking Dead." AMC must realize that as they've released some new behind-the-scenes looks at Season 3.
Following up on a story from earlier this week, Lawrence Gilliard, Jr. (D'Angelo on "The Wire"), is now confirmed as joining Season 4 of "The Walking Dead," and we have some clarification as to which character he'll be playing.
Dead Island: Riptide is now available for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. Players will step onto the zombie infested island of Palanai in this 4-player co-op survival horror game. Read on to check out the horrifying launch trailer!
The first person shooter Toxin: Zombie Annihilation can now be downloaded for arcade style zombie action on your Android and iOS devices. The game is based off the upcoming horror film TOXIN-3D and will be available for FREE on May 1st.
Fans of the HBO series "The Wire" will be ecstatic about this latest bit of casting news for the upcoming fourth season of the hit AMC series "The Walking Dead" as another familiar face has just joined the fracas.
Today's the day, kids! Hope you've got your zombie killin' boots on because Dead Island: Riptide is now available at a store near you, and we have the skinny on whether or not this is a trip worth taking or just another ride around the block.