The whole season has been leading to a boiling point, slowly (very slowly) building towards a confrontation between Shane and Rick, and we reach it.
Robert Kirkman, creator of the popular series The Walking Dead, discussed the comic and its relationship to the AMC show and their future.
This week's The Walking Dead ended with... more talking! Ugh.
There's so much "The Walking Dead" could borrow from its comic book counterpart to remedy the Season 2 slump. These are the Top 5 things.
I'm tentatively hopeful that the second half of Season 2 will be different. There are signs that "The Walking Dead" has realized where it went wrong and is actively trying to right those mistakes.
We're all familiar with the age-old adage, "Less is more;" but find me a TV fan who wouldn't eagerly take an extra 12 (or 24, or 48, or non-stop until...
None of these shows started out bad, but somewhere along the way there was a shift and each lost that special something that made it appointment television, yet I cling to them despite my better judgement.
The usual gang of idiots over at MAD Magazine is releasing their annual list of the stupidest people, events, and things of the year next week and we have an advanced look.
Just because I've never seen an episode of AMC's monster hit The Walking Dead doesn't mean I'm unqualified to recap it.
Message to The Walking Dead writers: Keep Shooting Children PLEASE! Not because I'm a mean old hag that loves luring them to my confectionary apartment, but because it's fiction unafraid to provoke.
Is it so shameful to refer to something as a (gasp) comic book? Is there any sort of sophistication to the word? How differently would a conversation go if you choose the word "graphic novel" in place of comic book?
Powered by the strength of ABC's Revenge and The CW's Ringer, primetime serials are enjoying a surge of renewed popularity.
The Walking Dead premiered its second season Sunday night. The rotting chased the living. Juicy sound effects accompany dismemberment. A search party finds a church instead of a missing child.
American Horror Story and The Walking Dead serve up suffocating horror with an intensity so unrelenting that it goes beyond emotional connection to psychological interactivity.
The world is full of bad ideas -- and the entertainment industry is no exception. It's also filled with people who don't recognize them as such.
The Walking Dead is the best example in recent memory of the incredible divide between our cultural perception of violence vs. sex and language.