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Scott Gimple: TWD Season Finale Will Be “A Conclusion To The First Eight Seasons”

by Peter Paltridgeon 04/13/2018
We know this Sunday’s season finale of TWD is supposed to end the war (all the promos have made that clear) but does it signal a transition for the entire series? Is that what showrunner Scott Gimple is implying in a new interview with EW.com? “This episode isn’t just like these 15 episodes coming to […]
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The War Heats Up In This Clip From Next Sunday’s Episode

by Peter Paltridgeon 03/23/2018
Now that the Saviors are definitely coming to finish the Alexandrians off, are Maggie and the Hilltop prepared to defend themselves? Or will this be the major tactical blunder that costs the Saviors control over the region? Last Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead saw what may be the beginning of the end for the […]

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Chandler Riggs Says Goodbye To Carl

by Peter Paltridgeon 02/26/2018
Did you catch last night’s TWD midseason premiere, in which Carl finally bit it? What are Chander Rigg’s thoughts upon leaving the series? “I was very happy with the way Carl ended up going out,” Riggs said to Comicbook.com. “After reading the script, it made me feel a lot more comfortable with it and really […]

Chandler Riggs Talks About The Shocking Scene From Walking Dead’s Midseason Premiere

by Todd Blackon 02/15/2016
Last night, on the midseason premiere of Walking Dead, one of the biggest moments from the comics was played out in the show, one that many weren’t sure that was going to happen due to it’s long-lasting impact on a certain character. WARNING! Spoilers ahead! Carl, one of the fan-favorite and longest lasting characters on […]

At Last, Real Clips From Fear The Walking Dead

by Peter Paltridgeon 02/12/2016
AMC has finally released a teaser for Fear The Walking Dead that shows actual clips from the second season. When we last we saw our B-list crew, they had escaped the military and the zombie onslaught with the help of their new eccentric rich-as-hell friend Strand. Strand led them to his mansion so he could […]
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Skybound Entertainment Adapting Video Game “Oxenfree” Into Film

by Peter Paltridgeon 01/11/2016
Robert Kirkman’s production company, Skybound Entertainment, is taking on a new project. They’ve purchased the film rights to the PC game Oxenfree and have begun adapting it into motion picture form. “As soon as we got our hands on Oxenfree and experienced this unique narrative driven game we knew that the IP had huge potential […]

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Fear The Walking Dead’s Second Season Premiere Date Set

by Peter Paltridgeon 01/09/2016
Today during the Television Critics Association winter press tour, AMC took the occasion to reveal some premiere dates for their shows in the first half of 2016. Season three of Turn: Washington’s Spies will start April 25, a miniseries called “The Night Manager” will premiere April 19, and a new series called The Son based on […]

“Apes Contest” Announced During Walking Dead

by Todd Blackon 11/23/2015
During last nights Walking Dead episode, the director and star of War For The Planet Of The Apes, Matt Reeves and Andy Serkis, appeared and announced a special contest where one lucky fan will be flown to the set of the new movie and be filmed in it. The catch? You have to submit a […]

War For The Planet Of The Apes To Get “Announcement” During Walking Dead

by Todd Blackon 11/21/2015
Walking Dead fans, and fans in general, are in for a special treat this Sunday. As War For The Planet of the Apes director Matt Reeves took to Twitter to make a special tweet, stating: “And something else begins… Tune in to @WalkingDead_AMC Sunday night for a special #WarForTheApes announcement…” What’s curious about that tweet […]

NYCC 2015: The Walking Dead Season Six Premiere Panel

by Peter Paltridgeon 10/10/2015
Variety has officially spilled all the beans — every last bean — regarding the NYCC Walking Dead Season Six panel, the centerpiece of which was a screening of the entire first episode (which the rest of us will see in 24 hours). Outside the auditorium were various show-related decorations including Daryl Dixon’s motorcycle and an […]