Last Saturday's November 15, 2014 episode of the AMC western drama Hell on Wheels had to have had everyone watching in suspense. Then it happened. The mobile town of Hell on Wheels in Cheyenne had lost a courageous spiritual overseer.
Perhaps when things become a reality in our lives, we place the responsibility on an outside source like a burning candle, a talisman, a lucky clothing article, God or...something else.
So not that Season 5 of The Walking Dead is in full swing, I thought it was time to revisit my favorite TV show and tie it to investing.
Just when I thought Team Mullet finally had its alpha, Eugene up and stomped all over my heart.
Television characters have moved me to tears, made me LOL, frustrated me to the point of giving up on watching a show, outraged me for reasons I didn't even recognize at the time, and shocked me to the point of tears, frustration, and outrage at having to wait another week for answers.
It sounds like an interesting challenge -- staging an authentic-looking zombie apocalypse while not scratching up any of Grizzly Creek Lodge's nice new furniture. But that's exactly what Jon Cooke has spent the past 5.5 weeks doing -- transforming this family-friendly area into a six-acre wide kill zone.
By Dr. Angel Morgan via DreamsCloud.com (1) Zombies have always been an integral part of pop culture, and even more so now with the epidemic (pu...
Thirteen point eight million U.S. viewers on October 26, 2014, Sunday night, had watched their TV sets during The Walking Dead season five episode three titled, "Four Walls and a Roof."
In the last seven days I've watched the first four seasons in their entirety. That's 51 episodes, plus the first 2 episodes of Season Five, so it's re...
I've got Justice Revils, founder of @StuffThangsTWD and Tom Crilly, co-founder of Educating Nerds and News of the Dead to discuss their thoughts on this week's episode, "Four Walls and a Roof."
I've had a few days to try and recover from that shocking ending to the latest episode of The Walking Dead, but I still get really uncomfortable every time I watch it. Let's not dig too deeply into the fact that I've insisted on rewatching "Strangers" several times.
Hear that distant scream? That's not an extra from The Walking Dead or someone watching a scary movie marathon. That's me walking near the candy aisle...
Some people tell me I should take that post down: What if someone finds it when they Google you? What if they see it while researching you for a job interview? All valid points. But I'm not taking it down. I need it there to remind me of where I was, of how close I was to killing myself, and to perhaps help someone else who might read it and resonate with it.
Unfortunately, given that Wilmer's post That '70s Show career has mostly been built around family-friendly fare like Handy Manny... Well, it was kind of hard to imagine how that preschool program could be used as fodder for a haunted house.
These horrific and terrifying relationships surround us every single day, often forcing us to question the true nature of humanity as we know it. With divorce rates aggressively rising each decade, perhaps its time we attack this problem at its core.
The Walking Dead like another TV show The Game of Thrones, are both primal shows each asking a question.