The Walking Dead Didn’t Earn Its Season Finale in the Slightest

I don’t think I’ve ever watched a more self-satisfied, obnoxious episode of television in my life. But what’s even more obnoxious is that the season eight finale of The Walking Dead was still gratifying to me, too, if only because it looks like it finally got the AMC show back on the right track (...maybe). Read More >>

Important Announcement: The Walking Dead Was Actually Fine Last Night

No, seriously. I know it may sound impossible after this deeply troubled second-half of season eight, but The Walking Dead pulled off an episode that had no major issues and was pretty compelling because it actually advanced a lot of storylines while also setting up some major stakes for the season finale. See, Walking Dead makers? It’s not that hard! Read More >>

Either Rick or The Walking Dead Needs to Die

After last week’s episode of silent zombies and fences that couldn’t be shot through, I was determined to go into this week’s episode of The Walking Dead with an open mind. I wanted to look for the good, I really did. Instead, I got a brutal, nihilistic reminder of the show’s most fundamental problem: Rick Grimes. Read More >>

One Actor Chose to Get Bitten by Zombies Rather Than Stay on The Walking Dead

There have been a lot of casualties on The Walking Dead. One of the earliest and most tragic fatalities was the surprising end met by Dale Horvath, everyone’s favourite fisherman hat-wearing grandpa figure. His death came as a shock for fans, but get ready for another shock—the actor himself was the one who pulled the plug on his tenure on the AMC series. Read More >>

Thorpe Park’s Walking Dead Roller Coaster Uses Screams to Recharge Your Phone

At the end of last month Thorpe Park announced that it was rebranding one of its rollercoasters with a Walking Dead theme, creating the world's first rollercoaster based on a TV series that was based on a comic featuring zombies. Now the park has just announced that the ride will literally take on part of the plot of Monsters, Inc as well, by harvesting rider screams to recharge their phones. Read More >>

A Miracle Happened on The Walking Dead, But Does It Matter?

If you felt The Walking Dead had been spinning its gore-covered wheels for the last several seasons, well, last night’s episode introduced something that is truly new. It’s arguably the most important moment since Negan and the Saviours swaggered onto the scene, if not before. But since this is The Walking Dead, I have to wonder: Will it actually change anything? Read More >>

Carl Is Getting Sassy as Hell About His Walking Dead Exit

After having to wait through an entire midseason hiatus to finally learn his fate, Chandler Riggs’ Carl Grimes made his grand exit from The Walking Dead last month. Now that the dust has settled on Carl’s departure, however, Riggs clearly wants people to know he’s no fan of how Carl was taken out... although that’s not to say he’s not having some fun with it. Read More >>

The Walking Dead: Our World is Basically the Show’s Answer to Pokémon Go

After the success of Pokémon Go, it's pretty obvious that games developers started getting ideas about how to try and mimic that success - utilising AR and real world gameplay. Jurassic Park and Harry Potter games have already been confirmed, and now they're being joined by The Walking Dead. Read More >>

That Was a Truly Infuriating Episode of The Walking Dead

Lessons are immediately forgotten. Trips are wasted. Obviously poor decisions are made. Hell, Jadis, Queen of the Garbage People, somehow became the episode’s most sympathetic character. When that happens, you know your Walking Dead episode has major, major problems. Read More >>

The Walking Dead’s Mid-Season Premiere Was Pretty Good Despite Itself

The world’s pre-eminent source of zombie entertainment has never exactly been afraid of shooting itself in the foot now and again. It’s like the show has some sort of crippling self-esteem issues, and can’t help sabotaging itself. But this episode in particular felt like The Walking Dead wanted to offer us a delicious cookie, but couldn’t help licking it first. Read More >>

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Thorpe Park is Getting the World’s First Walking Dead Roller Coaster

Fans who want to do more than just watch walkers on TV will soon be able to do just that. Thorpe Park just announced it’ll soon open the world’s first Walking Dead roller coaster. Read More >>

This Major Walking Dead Star Just Joined a New Show, So Their Character Is Probably Doomed

When Sonequa Martin-Green was cast on Star Trek: Discovery, the official line was she would continue to have a role on The Walking Dead. That didn’t last too long—her character, Sasha, was killed only a few months later. Read More >>

It’s Rick Vs. Negan Round Two in The Latest Walking Dead Trailer

Negan better watch out, because the gang is back together. Read More >>