Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment debuted a teaser trailer at SDCC for the sci-fi film Air which stars Norman Reedus & Djimon Hounsou.
Deathly sniffles in the zompocalypse and how best to die by zombie on the WALKING DEAD FIREWORKS BACON & SEXY SEX SEX PODCAST.
The Walking Dead: The Complete Third Season arrives on Blu-ray on Tuesday. The AMC series is one of my favorite television shows. The Walking Dead is must-watch weekly television because of the characters. This is much more than just a zombie show, I believe that everyone can find something that
THE WALKING DEAD season finale “Welcome to the Tombs” was a frustrating ending to the season. Maybe we’re done here…
Greetings fellow zombie lovers and fans of little ass kicker’s makeshift bassinet; welcome to the back- half of The Walking Dead season 3, before we get any further into my review of “The Suicide King”, a disclaimer: if you’ve read my post mortems before, you know I don’t really do conventional/traditional episodic
Greetings fellow zombie lovers and fans of eye gouging; first things first, I’m going to call tonight’s mid-season finale of The Walking Dead, “Made to Suffer” a success. And I’m going to call the first half of season 3 an overall success as well. The past 8 episodes were the
Tell Tale’s point-and-click Walking Dead game has received critical acclaim for its intense and emotionally engaging plot line. After the dramatic events of episode 4 anticipation is higher than ever for the finale episode which is due to be released before December, hopefully answering some of the questions that have been haunting Lee and
Greetings fellow zombie lovers and fans of CARL GRIMES!?! Wait, wait, wait…there’s no way that just happened, is there? Not only was Carl not annoying in this episode (a miracle in and of itself) he was actually kind of badass, useful to the group, and he never wandered off or
Don’t You (Forget About Our Podcast) After an extended hiatus, the Small Screen Podcast is back for Episode 27. This time around, we talk about a lot of TV news including AMC’s newest Robert Kirkman adaptation, The Office‘s revolving door of ideas, Smash‘s new boss, Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey