The Walking Dead season 7B finally returns much more quietly than it began as we weren't left with a life or death cliffhanger this time around. After such a violent and brutal premiere, it ended with more hope
The title for this week's episode of The Walking Dead has me puzzled as I'm not sure what meaning 'Spend' holds. The opening is a scene of Father Gabriel tearing pages out of a Bible after seeing a nice note from a townie saying how blessed they are to have him in Alexandria.
I'm not gonna go out of my way to mark this winter premiere of The Walking Dead as one of the best episodes ever. I'll leave that to those who deal in the hyperbole of the moment.
Ever had a family member bring a bunch of friends over and you felt like you needed to hide your wallet and other valuables? That thought times a million must have been going through the heads of the Townies of Alexandria when Rick led a half heard of flesh eaters home on "The Walking Dead,"
What does the gruesome season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead have to do with The Art of War? Well, our hero Rick didn’t adhere to these ancient rules of warfare
The intro for last night’s The Walking Dead episode, “Try” was as jumbled up as poor Aiden’s terrible ‘Run Mix’ CD. The awful music was a reminder of how grateful I am that he met his maker last week due to his own stupidity. The intro ranged from Carol cooking up a casserole to Sasha on the verge of losing her mind
Jeffrey Dean Morgan has always been a very busy actor, but as 2015 came to a close, his career warped into light speed hyperdrive. Most fans remember him fondly from his twelve episodes on "Supernatural" playing John Winchester
This week marked the mid season finale of "The Walking Dead." Once again Team Grimes has to deal with a threat to their new homestead. The producers felt the need to hit us over the head with the symbolism