Submitted by Lilith on Sat, 11/19/2011 - 18:01
This week's episode of The Walking Dead was all about either cutting your morals loose or holding onto them. Much of the episode also focuses on Daryl as he continues to search for Sophia and runs into trouble along the way. “Chupacabra” explores whether or not our morality would survive and continues the hunt for Sophia.
Submitted by Lilith on Thu, 11/10/2011 - 18:16
Episode 4 of this season's The Walking Dead slowed things down a bit, giving in to a lot of time to develop certain elements that will become extremely important later. Many things happened as well. There was a lot to digest from this episode titled, “Cherokee Rose.”
Submitted by Lilith on Tue, 10/25/2011 - 07:57
The Walking Dead's second episode in the second season was filled with even more suspense than the first and not from the threat of walkers either. Titled, “Bloodletting” the episode opens with a scene from the past as Lori gets the news that Rick was injured in a shoot out from the first episode of the series. Shane watches as Lori has to deliver the horrible news to Carl. Shane becomes more than ready to be there for them. This sets up upcoming difficult decisions faced in this episode.
Submitted by Lilith on Tue, 10/18/2011 - 06:57
The much anticipated season two of The Walking Dead kicked off with a bang! The 90 minute premiere managed to bring in 7.3 million viewers, if you count the repeat of the episode after it first airs the numbers climb to 11 million! Fittingly titled, “What Lies Ahead” the first episode does just that, shows us what is waiting for our survivors. It's all about slim chances now, but a slim chance is better than no chance. Our survivors are also spent. We begin to see people change.
Submitted by Lilith on Fri, 12/10/2010 - 08:55
The Walking Dead has managed to successfully tell us a deep story, create memorable characters and situations, and have us reflect upon our own humanity. “TS-19,” The Walking Dead's season finale was just as structured, memorable and had us guessing what waited in store for our survivors. It wasn't what you thought it was going to be. A record 6 million people tuned in! Another milestone for our tale about people surviving after the zombie apocalypse.
Submitted by Lilith on Tue, 11/30/2010 - 08:04
The Walking Dead, episode 5, “Wildfire” follows our group of survivors picking up the pieces after a walker attack. The tone also changes for the latter part of the episode. We see another character fall and the group splits away a little bit. With one episode left in the season, things are very uncertain.
Submitted by Lilith on Tue, 11/23/2010 - 08:36
This weeks episode of The Walking Dead, “Vatos” was enlightening and very heartbreaking. It makes one anxious about what is in store for our characters. This is also the episode that Robert Kirkman wrote. “Vatos” was all about breaking down appearances (don't judge a book by it's cover), forgetting about our surroundings, living in a horrible situation, but there were some grim surprises amongst the sweet ones.
Submitted by Lilith on Tue, 11/16/2010 - 09:27
Episode 3 of The Walking Dead “Tell it to the Frogs” slows up the fast paced walkers vs human action quite a bit. Even so, this turns out to be the most intense episode so far! The ratings have even increased with this episode! Rick finally reunites with his family and it's really an emotional, beautiful moment. This is also the episode where we really get to know our characters better, see how they interact with the surviving group and how being together is driving some people apart.
Submitted by Lilith on Wed, 11/10/2010 - 09:07
The Walking Dead has done it again, constantly building upon characters and an increasingly compelling story, “Guts” was just as good as “Days Go Bye.” I have never seen such careful crafting of characters and story in a horror setting before. It is very very gratifying. I am not used to seeing horror in such a strategic way before. Season 2 has already been green-lit as of November 8th, 2010! Congratulations Robert Kirkman!
Submitted by Lilith on Tue, 11/02/2010 - 06:45
When zombies look this good, it's incredible how a story can take you away and into a world more harrowing than your own, and it's not just the zombies you're terrified of, it's what lies within. The Walking Dead premiered this past Sunday, Halloween, on AMC to an astounding 5.3 million viewers, the highest number of viewers for a program in AMC history!
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