Rumored for a while now, today came confirmation of an impending theatrically released film based on AMC’s The Walking Dead, which will seemingly star Andrew Lincoln’s Rick Grimes. Show spoilers ahead…
Celebrate the work of a titan of horror with some thoughts and musings on several of Romero’s films beyond his Living Dead series.
South Korean auteur Lee Chang-dong made huge waves at the 71st International Cannes Film Festival with what was heralded as one of the best films in competition at the French film fest. Burning returns director Lee to the Croisette after an 8-year absence, but he’s back with a whopper. Star Yoo Ah In, as well as The Walking Dead‘s Steven Yeun in an eerily sinister performance that is sure to earn him awards buzz once the movie hits Stateside.
While the entire casts of The Walking Dead are currently kicking it Schrodinger style, fan favorite Norman Reedus is riding into the proverbial sunset.
A fan of motorcycles since his teenage years, Reedus has been given every bike enthusiasts dream job, cruising the country on a classy hog and getting paid to do it.
We don’t touch on sports as much as I might like around here, but that’s cause things are already lacking any sort of laser focus. But this story gives us a fun crossover that involves The Walking Dead‘s Steven Yeun, and the NHL’s Philadelphia Flyers…
The Walking Dead season six finale is upon us, and AMC is still teasing us with one of the comics most interesting villains, Negan, and his iconic weapon of doom, Lucile.
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Last year we had some pretty fun retro based movies come our way. Mad Max: Fury Road gave us some awesome action (mostly) without the use of today’s CGI effects, while Turbo Kid had splatter gore lovingly thrown into a great 80s techno-scored storyline. But is there any way these throwback themed movies could get more retro? How about having specially made VHS covers for them? I think that would do it.
Fans of The Walking Dead will have their Valentine’s Day plans well in hand this year. AMC’s latest teaser trailer announced the mid-season return, to air February 14th.
*Spoilers for the first half The Walking Dead: Season 6 and Comics*
The mid-season finale is upon us, but even with the horde knocking on Alexandria’s front door fans have a lot more to look forward to from The Walking Dead. Still to come, new heroes and villains, Norman Reedus hits the road, and you know who totally hid under the you know what. Continue reading Walking Dead: Reedus Rides, New Heroes and Villains and (Spoilers) LIVES!
AMC is doing its best to keep the dead walking this Halloween season.The October 4th season finale of The Walking Dead spin-off Fear the Walking Dead didn’t leave fans in the cold for long, Season 6 of the original series returned last Sunday, October 11.
While Fear had a slow start, as was promised by show runners, by the end of the brief 6 episode season our dysfunctional new “family” woke up from their LaLaLand stuper and should be ready to face the walker apocalypse head on next season