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A Club dedicated to all things Walking Dead! From retro zombie flicks, to Fear the Walking Dead. Beyond this place, there be spoilers! And the Walking Dead. Lots of The Dead.


TV - TV Shows, Classic & Cult TV
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  2. Season 9 has been so good, and honestly better than I expected. I heard there will be some movies with Rick's experiences in another part of the world, or multiple places. Maybe eventually they will have another crossover, and bring him back to the original series. Maybe a reunion in the final season, whenever that is. In the meantime, don't you just love the "Little Ass Kicker" Judith Grimes? She played the young Rey in Star Wars. After watching a replay of the scene where people claim the walkers are communication, yes, I could hear someone whispering. Either they have evolved, or as The Old Man stated in a PM, there's "trickery afoot." Maybe the people in the helicopters are testing the walkers somehow, and the survivors are the guinea pigs. But think about it, what if they are evolving and beginning to communicate. Then, there's the scene where they are meandering in a field, like they're having a town meeting. Something is happening, and it will be interesting to see where the producers, writers, and show runners lead us. What a shock to see Carol with long hair. And who are the people Maggie is with? And then the big question, "Who are we saying goodbye to next?" Wish Shiva was still alive. It was awesome having a tiger on the show.
  3. I so loved his character, and he did an excellent job selling it.
  4. So sad about this. RIP - Scott Wilson, who played Hershel Greene in 'The Walking Dead,' dies at 76. He was a great, charismatic actor, I was just watching him last night on Bosch after hearing about it. https://edition.cnn.com/2018/10/07/tv-shows/scott-wilson-actor-obit/index.html
  5. @The Old Man Graham, I couldn't have said it better myself. Excellent review. I have watched both shows from the beginning, and as big a fan as I have been with TWD, it became overly character driven, and everyone fighting each other, instead of working together. With another main character leaving the show, this may very well be my last season, unless they do a crossover and combine TWD with Fear. Now that would be good. I so agree with this statement ~ TWD has always been character driven, the problem is, after awhile it became the same old same old, and then you needed new characters. Fear also has some awesome characters in it, but I agree, it does deal with reality more. If there were an apocalypse, I believe most people would be more help than a hindrance. Naturally there will be bad guys; there always are.
  6. Now you may laugh, but I only recently got to see the first 3 seasons of Fear the Walking Dead thanks to Amazon Prime. In the UK, this AMC series until recently was insanely limited to BT rather poor channels who bought the rights to it (how was that allowed to happen!). Last month, Season one was finally available to everyone via E4, but only one agonising episode a week. I couldn't take it anymore. When I found it was on my Amazon Firestick and free via Amazon Prime, I couldn't believe it. What a brilliant, inspired spin-off series. A bit slow to start in some ways, but you get to see the outbreak start as isolated incidents and the gathering momentum as TEOTWAWKI effects a modern, disfunctunctional family and their community, but midway through the first season, it's all go! I'd go as far as to say it's actually better than TWD in some ways as it deals more deeply with the actual challenges of survival and life after the apocalypse, an area that I find interesting. In fact, this is an area I found really fascinating back when I watched the original Survivors series by Terry Nation from the 70's. A group of survivors come together in that series from various walks of life and they meet an intelligent man who asks them what happens when the last candle is burnt, who knows how to make more? What about Nuclear Power Stations? Were they shut down safely in time, or will they go china syndrome without being maintained? What happens to your children when insulin runs out? These are the sort of questions Fear the Walking Dead makes you consider whilst it also delivers great action and excitement sequences. A perfect blend, more of a thinking man's Walking Dead, if you will, in the same vein as Millennium was perhaps, to the excellent X-Files. The cast are absolutely brilliant too. Incredible performances. Check out this series, even if you don't like zombies, it's really a fresh take that carves it's own place. Hell, it even has an episode called Ouroborus!
  7. It was a very well presented passing, peaceful, quiet, and intimate with just the 3 of them. Carl showed his bravery shooting himself to keep either one of them from taking care of him before he turned. After living and growing up in a world like that you can't help but mature fast, but bravery is different, it's something I believe he learned from those around him. Rick and Michone will cope, and probably because they have each other, but they both will change. I believe their hearts will soften because of Carl's final request for everyone to live in peace, and you could see Rick's soften after reading his letter and especially the letter to Negan. They will strive to meet his desire, and who knows, maybe even Negan will come around. Wonder what would happen to the show if Rick and Michone just took off and left everyone else to fight it out, or if one is killed off. There's talk about Rick dying, but in the comics he gets his hand cut off. If Rick were to die, I think Michone would go off on her own again, they way she was when first introduced to the series. If Michone dies, I think Rick will lose his mind or just give up and end it all. Then again, he might end up more determined to kill Negan and get rid of him once and for all. It will be interesting to see how this plays out. It's heart-wrenching to have Carl gone. He was so young and very capable of leadership, of which he proved by saving everyone he could at Alexandria.
  8. I thought they dealt with the passing really well. Very sad, how mature and brave was he? Brilliant acting. I can't help but wonder how Rick and Michone will cope. Will it break them, or make them even stronger and more determined?
  9. Oh my, I try never to miss The Talking Dead. Love that show. I am a big fan of Jeffery Dean Morgan, who played the father of the Winchester boys in Supernatural. Have you seen it? They're in season 13 now. Yeah, it is a killer to have to wait a week. TV series that I have to download because I don't get the channel they air on, I wait until I have all the episodes, then I binge watch them. The Handmaid's Tale is on Hulu, and The Man in the High Castle airs on Amazon. Both are excellent shows and I am totally hooked.
  10. Totally agree, he can comes across as quite charming like many psychopaths. I sometimes watch the Talking Dead after show and he is brilliant in real life, just like all the cast! I think we get it about 24hrs later, 1 episode a week is a killer though!
  11. Yeah, I'm watching the calendar...Feb 25 here. It would help if Negan wasn't so darn handsome, but oh so evil. Bashing people's heads in, defacing them with an iron, or marrying other men's wives, is just wrong in so many ways. I'm surprised he hasn't had a mutiny on his hands, but then again, he does have a lot of backing Losing Carl is what's breaking my heart. Wouldn't it be awesome if someone figured out a cure? Even if it were by accident, we'll take it.
  12. I can't wait for the second part of TWD S8 to return! The suspense in awful. Will Neegan get his long overdue comeuppance by the end of Walking Dead eventual S8 finale? I do have a theory involving Morgan but it really has to be Rick who finishes him off, surely?
  13. Awesome artwork featuring Neegan, Lucille and Rick from Season 8 of The Walking Dead!
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  15. ~ ~ ~SPOILER ALERT ~ ~ ~ http://www.moviefone.com/2016/08/08/walking-dead-season-7-spoilers-dream-sequence-missing-characters/ The Walking Dead" Season 7 is halfway through filming its 16 episodes. The premiere is coming Sunday, October 23, and with it the answer to Who Did Negan Kill? We should learn a lot more than that, though, and The Spoiling Dead Fans just offered some updates on what andwho to expect in the first eight episodes. *Warning: Spoilers ahead, and not even definite spoilers but rumors of spoilers* TSDF shared the rumor of a dream sequence taking place in the premiere. As they wrote "Supposedly it features just about all the main characters in Alexandria. So characters like Carol, Morgan, etc should also be in a small scene in episode 1 if the rumor is correct." They singled out Carol and Morgan because, based on the site's episode breakdown, it's possible Carol and Morgan (who were spared Negan's Season 6 finale lineup and instead met some newbies who should be part of The Kingdom) won't otherwise be shown in the premiere. That's based on character/actor tracking for the first eight episodes so far. As they noted, it's not official, but they have a good track record with these things. Check it out:
  16. THE WALKING DEAD Comic Con 2016 Panel Highlights Pt1 - Norman Reedus, Andrew Lincoln, Chandler Riggs
  17. Airs October 23, 2016 The Walking Dead - Season 7 - Comic-Con Trailer
  18. Frank, post the link to the image, and I will give it a try, even if I have to change it's format. I am curious and want to see it.
  19. don´t mention it :) I was going to leave a pic but I can´t upload it. It says "you can only upload 0mb". I guess it´s right hahaha :P
  20. I wonder how long this will go on. The only reason I would choose Daryl is, besides the fact that he's on in the comics, he's the one that blew up Negan's men. I do appreciate you comments Frank, thanks.
  21. hahahaha...yes, but the actor that plays Glenn also is making a movie during the first month of new season...so...who knows?
  22. Guess what I found? An article that very well may be right. They make some really good points. ‘The Walking Dead’: 4 Reasons Daryl Will Be the Next to Die http://www.cheatsheet.com/entertainment/the-walking-dead-4-reasons-daryl-will-be-the-next-to-die.html/?a=viewall
  23. (Interesting article since it has nothing to do with the last scene. But then again, maybe they need Glenn for the first scene of season 7 premiere in October.) Glenn and Daryl Are Probably Still Alive on The Walking Dead http://www.tvguide.com/news/glenn-and-daryl-are-probably-still-alive-on-the-walking-dead/?rss=breakingnews&partnerid=yahoo&FTAG=YHF09b6e7d&ref=yfp
  24. Yes, Raph, awesome choice. He was Amycus Carrow in Harry Potter, Dagmer Cleftjaw in Game of Thrones, a ton of movies and other TV series.
  25. Laurence Fishburne voice is fantastic...Morpheus character is legendary. Of course, Morgan Freeman´s voice is awesome. I saw the movie "The witch". There was an actor there that I haven´t seen before. The first time he spoke...wow...now that is a voice. His name is Raph Ineson.
  26. Wow, over and out... ok, now what are we going to talk about? I know, Tigers, specifically King Ezekiel and his tiger Shiva ~ Who do you all think would play a good Ezekiel? I think Morgan Freeman might be a good choice. Here's images of some prospects. I agree with the writer, if Chad Coleman hadn't already played Tyreese, he would be perfect. Laurence Fishburne Vondie Curtis-Hall Dave Fennoy Harold Perrineau Idris Elba Tyler Perry And the list goes on. Anyone have someone else they think would be a good choice?

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