Watching Fear the Walking Dead, it’s difficult to not think about what’s happening on the other side of the continent. By that we mean Atlanta, the setting of the first Walking Dead show. Fear, of course, is a West Coast prequel set some time beforehand—but they’re both in the same universe.
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The Walking Dead is probably one of the goriest and grossest shows on television because all they do is kill zombies. And though zombies are not real (yet, at least), the blood and gore look real because of all the amazing special effects on the show. Here’s a reel from Stargate Studios showing their best work of VFX…
Zombie lovers were welcomed with open arms (covered with open, rotting sores) at Comic-Con, where TV’s undeadliest shows pulled out all the stops for their fans with elaborate, interactive, in-your-face experiences. Here are the coolest zombie installations we sat at Comic-Con.
You wait ages for a Carol action figure, and two come along at once! Hot after her action figure debut late last year, the next wave of Walking Dead toys will feature another version of the TV show’s coolest badass: and she’s got an awful lot of red on her.
Last year McFarlane launched a series of construction toys based on The Walking Dead - and while they looked really cool, we had no idea just why they were Lego-compatible building sets. McFarlane just unveiled a whole heap of new toys in the line, and we're stuck thinking pretty much the same thing.
Carol fans, rejoice! Perhaps the TV show's best character (not the best TWD character as a whole though, she already has one) is finally, finally making her début in McFarlane's action figure line.
It's Thanksgiving week in the US, which means thoughts are starting look beyond inordinate amounts of Turkey and the long weekend and towards Christmas - so what better way to start celebrating than hanging up baubles shaped like the rag tag survivors of The Walking Dead?
No wonder the Zombie hordes yearn for the flesh of The Walking Dead's survivors - they look good enough to eat, especially when recreated through the even tastier medium of pancake batter.
No, not Michonne. Or Carol. Or Daryl. They already all have figures anyway. I'm talking about the zombie-apocalypse-universe's real finest survivor: Clementine from the Walking Dead video games!
So, Season 5 of The Walking Dead is premiering at this very moment. Hello, internet? Are you there? Well, for the three of you not watching AMC's zombie extravaganza, let me share with you another masterpiece of undead fiction.
If you enjoy a good laugh or watch The Walking Dead or ever wondered what zombies are saying through all that clawing and moaning, the Bad Lip Reading guys have got you covered in their latest take on The Walking Dead. It's pretty damn funny.
The Walking Dead's fifth season is starting soon - and to "celebrate", Fox have teamed up with two London food creatives to craft a Burger that is meant to depict the taste of actual human flesh, without being made of human flesh. Ew!
Daryl Dixon might just be the most popular thing about The Walking Dead, and Norman Reedus knows it - so he's gathered select bits of his fan's art into a new book.
If you're thinking about starting a collection of limited edition Blu-ray sets for your favorite movies and TV shows, you better make sure you've got ample shelf space on your home entertainment center for a bunch of disembodied zombie noggins.
Unlike other shows who sneakily add special effects without you realizing, The Walking Dead is so overtly gruesome and bloody and gore-y that we're completely aware that what we see is being spiced up with visual effects. Still, it's awesome to see how the effects are added. Stargate Studios shows off the reel of…
Great news for Dish subscribers—you're getting The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, and Mad Men back. Dish Networks and AMC have finally settled their legal battle, so consider your Sunday nights salvaged.
Just like Boardwalk Empire, The Walking Dead is a fake good show. All the style and swagger, none of the substance. It had its moment during season one but this season has been a snoozefest filled with yawns, farms and not enough walkers. But you know what's still great? The special effects.