I’ve been telling you all that Victor Strand knows what he's talking bout on "Fear the Walking Dead." Actually, I thought the guy was a jerk. Just like the rest of you. We witnessed why he has been so unwilling to help others on this week's episode.
Darkness was a great opening for the finale of the first season of Fear the Walking Dead. The city was without light except for random spots and of course a few fires. We see Travis and crew making the right choice to get the hell out of the gated subdivision.
This week "Fear The Walking Dead" had maybe its best episode to date with Captive. Second best if you tally the votes on IMDB. I'll go along with that.
"Fear the Walking Dead" is off and running, in a leg dragging walker type jog. That's the speed I expected going in, a slow build up to the world we know in the original Walking Dead. I’m anxious to see how the zombie apocalypse started out and I don’t need anything rushed.
Well we got a look at the military headquarters this week on "Fear the Walking Dead." It was about what I had expected, a basic detention center. A death camp if you will. Crazy Doug is pinned up with a salesman who is a little off himself, but seems to be pretty shrewd as well.
When civilization falls, it falls fast. That according to Tobias. Kid is right. Fear The Walking Dead didn't waste any time moving headlong into an apocalyptic nightmare.
Did anyone else get the feeling those kids were gonna become Walker appetizers in the opening of "Fear The Walking Dead" last night? I thought for a second those must have been some Kardashian offspring, out of touch with the world and playing on the beach as if nothing was wrong.
For those who think the title of this week's episode of "Fear The Walking Dead" means "slow pokes on a beach," you're way off. Ouroboros is an ancient symbol showing a snake devouring its own tail.