So far I've watched every single Walking Dead episode. I've been a fan before it was super popular and I've stuck with the show through many shocking deaths. Last year the cliffhanger really ticked me off, and now the season 7 premiere just extended my disappointment with the way the show is being handled. Let me explain. SPOILERS AHEAD!
Zombies and Christmas: two great things that go great together. What better way to celebrate the holiday than with zombie Christmas cards? This collection of actual Christmas cards morbidly celebrates all things undead -- from zombie Santa Claus to 'The Walking Dead' favorites Daryl Dixon and Michonne.
I love "Bad Lip Reading." This time they took on the hugely popular AMC show, "The Walking Dead." Which, if you didn't know, I blog a lot about. My favorite line is when Daryl says, "I didn't mean to mess up your potato basket." Haha, take a look.
I previously mentioned how if you're a fan of the World War Z book by Max Brooks, you shouldn't give up on the Brad Pitt movie. Well apparently I was wrong. The second trailer strays even further from the book, and this looks like a pile of crap. I hate to say it, because I would have loved to see the actual story of the book made into a movie. Not this one man saves the day kind of crap.
Sometimes the title of a Walking Dead episode shines a little light on what you can expect. In this case, I didn't think too much of the title of the episode until I realized we were talking about Merle. I was surprised that the writers made me actually feel sorry for him and his life... I didn't think it was possible.
So the big question is: how long can you milk a story line of an upcoming war? I was hoping that things would get started between Rick and The Governor, but more tension building was what we got. Don't get me wrong, there was some pretty good scenes and the episode held my attention, but it is clear that the main battle will be how we end Season 3. It will be a guaranteed cliffhanger.
Last night's episode was a big one for me. I've been dying to know about what happened to Morgan and his son since the first episode. It's not that I really was that invested in the characters, I just knew they would eventually turn up again. I've been waiting... a long time. Sadly, things didn't go so well for Morgan.
Episode 10 ended with a bang and ramped up with some excitement with the "walker bomb" (truckload of walkers sent into the prison yard) and the gunfight between The Governor and Rick's Gang. It set the stage for what we thought would be an exciting episode 11. Turns out last night's episode was more of a set up episode again.
Yep, this happened. During what we can only assume was a mesmerizing episode of the 'Steve Wilkos Show,' an Emergency Alert System interrupted a Montana television station with a message claiming that "the bodies of the dead are rising from their graves and attacking the living." Meaning? Yes, a zombie attack was underway.
We finally made it to February 10th and to the midseason premiere of "The Walking Dead." When we were left at the arena with Daryl and Merle ready to face off, it looked like it was going to be an action packed return. This episode turned out to be more of a set up and regroup kind of episode for what's to come.