The last time we saw "The Walking Dead," everyone had separated while fleeing the smoldering prison -- everyone except The Governor and poor Hershel, who both lay dead in the prison yard.
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iframe src="//www.youtube.com/embed/4Pz2ggxTowQ" height="315" width="560" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0"> "The Walking Dead" is back from its hug...
From my vantage point, I counted at least seven flat screen televisions in various locations. Three were mounted to a single wall, giving the area the feel of a Vegas sports book. I recognized the characters from Breaking Bad on the 80-inch model.
Here are just a few of the major similarities between the two monster hits.
As it turns out, the actor who plays Tyrion Lannister on Game of Thrones, Peter Dinklage, has a tender spot in his heart for animals and he wants you to consider making a New Year resolution to do your part to end cosmetics testing on animals.
With America's love for military themed movies, Zulu 7 Productions created a one of a kind production company founded by America's best and brightest -- U.S. Special Operators, Intelligence Officers, and Defense Contractors.
The current transformation from zombie to witch as the go-to horror storyboard is representative of a nuanced shift in our ever-changing sense of collective self-identity. Zombies are genderless. Zombies are identity-less. Zombies are, well... less.
Sunday's midseason 4 finale gave us the tide-turning battle we were expecting at the end of season 3, but this time each side had even more to lose.
For the last two episodes, The Governor's storyline has been in fast-forward while the prison's is on pause.
Two of the prison's biggest problems were solved at the end of last week's "Internment." But, just as the flu was being quelled with antibiotics and the fence-crushing walkers were furiously gunned down, we saw a familiar face lurking at the edge of the wood.
This week's episode was all about letting go, whether it be of dead loved ones, old insecurities, bad habits or a grudge so strong you'd put your own life in danger to hold it.
While you may be removing gooey fake blood, latex or fangs after a long night of candy corn and cocktails, the scares continue at the 23-year-old Universal Studios Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights event in Central Florida.
Not only how to survive Doomsday, but how to thrive afterward.
The show tells the story of a small band of survivors after modern society has been destroyed by a zombie outbreak. What are the ways that living with a new child is similar to surviving the zombie apocalypse?
So many crises, such little time.