Like a lot of people, we approached Season 3 with some trepidation, partially because what's coming up should be an epic and jaw-dropping story which could so easily go wrong if it's not written well, and partially (mostly) because everything went so wrong for this series in Season 2.
The relationships between the show's characters are shifting, and seeds are being planted in both the emotional sense and a more psychological and darker aspect.
"I had always assumed that horror -- especially the really dark, gory stuff that I sometimes work on -- was more of a niche market."
Raising a kid with autism and trying so hard to help him or her is about as tough as things get for most people in this life. So one attraction of zombie fiction for me is that, while the worlds they present may have gone to hell, all the children left are perfectly behaved.
For many brave souls, nothing brings more thrills than peeking into an empty cell or pressing their fingers to a rusted electric chair. While haunted houses are a seasonal staple, haunted prison tours offer a twisted turn on an old classic.
Season 3 of The Walking Dead is only days away from premiering on AMC Sunday the 14th. I recently sat down with Executive Producer/Showrunner Glen Mazzara to discuss what fans can expect from one of the best shows on television.
If the first two hours are any indication, Season 3 of "The Walking Dead" may be the most satisfying year yet. That's partly because the efforts to humanize and add detail to the characters happen in the margins of solidly entertaining episodes.
What are your favorite set-and-filmed-beyond-L.A. shows?
Damages did much to support my hindsight appreciation of TV drama in recent years. Powered by a narrative dynamic that often played with chronological exposition, it was an uncommonly complex and challenging show.
While I've been a TV critic for a few years now and I have watched just about every show at least once, my taste in TV hasn't changed. I'm still an avid viewer, loyal to the major networks. So if you're like me, just an average person who loves TV, then you might want to check out what shows you cannot miss this fall.
Bullet In The Face stars Eddie Izzard and Eric Roberts as two hilariously vicious rival business owners/crime lords happy to annihilate anyone in their way. And who stands in their way? Everyone.
Fans of AMC's The Walking Dead will be running -- not walking -- to Orlando and Hollywood later this year.
Just in time for AMC's The Walking Dead marathon this weekend, executive producer Glen Mazzara and I sat down to talk horror, writing and their highly anticipated appearance at this year's Comic Con in my motherland, San Diego.
What does it mean to be a monster, really, but to be possessed by an uncontrollable force?
Zicree's Space Command has already gone where no film project has gone before, setting a record as the fastest film ever funded on Kickstarter.