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Joe Carnahan's Stretch reminds me a lot of Michael Mann's Collateral. The operating word there being "reminds" as in this is the B-movie, bat-sh*t crazy, balls-to-the-wall red-headed step child of Collateral. And I mean that in the nicest way possible. For anyone the least bit familiar with Carnahan's work, Stretch will come as no surprise. Carnahan could easily be described as a director interested in masculinity. He's a "tough guy" cinema director, making the movie equivalent to beef jerky. I like beef jerky and I like Carnahan's films. I like the outlandish nature of his movies, the "anything can happen" narratives, and he consistently brings actors along for the ride that are just as willing and excited about starring in something crazy. While his films such as Narc and The Grey show he can also delve competently into serious cinema, his movies such as Smokin' Aces and »
- Brad Brevet
Sneak Peek new gnarly images from AMC's "The Walking Dead: Season 5", featuring 'walker kills' rrom Melissa McBride as 'Carol', Norman Reedus as 'Daryl Dixon', Danai Gurira as 'Michonne', Michael Cudlitz as 'Abraham', Steven Yeun as 'Glenn' and Lauren Cohan as 'Maggie Green' :
The fifth season of the horror–drama series premiered October 12, 2014, as the first of 16 new episodes...
The series was developed for television by Frank Darabont...
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- Michael Stevens
The AMC has released a clip for the upcoming episode "Four Walls and a Roof." This episode airs Oct. 26th, 2014. And, the clip focuses on the new character Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam). Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) accuses him of being behind the disappearance of three characters (Daryl, Bob, Carol), while the good reverend denies it all. Is he working with Gareth and the other cannibals? This is a possibility. Fans of the show can see the one minute clip below. Story details are sparse for this upcoming episode. The AMC has only said that Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his companions will square off against another group. That group is likely Gareth and his horde of maneaters. Fans of the show can look for more plot details in the official clip for "Four Walls and a Roof," right here. Showing Date: October 26th, 2014 (Television). Director: Jeffrey F. January. Cast: Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, »
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*there are major spoilers here. Director: David Boyd. Writer: Robert Kirkman. Cast: Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Danai Gurira and Melissa McBride. Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his crew have survived Terminus. Now, this growing group have found another character to add to the pack. Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam), a cowardly priest, has a refuge and a few secrets. Lots of sideplots were developed further in this showing. Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) has a trap in store for the survivors. A few cannibals have survived their defeat, at the hands of Carol (Melissa McBride). A kidnapper is about and Bob will never look the same. This episode was quite a bit slower than the previous episode, "No Sanctuary." As well, some of the night scenes obfuscated the visual frame. But, "Strangers" was still an exciting outing. Everything is going well for Rick and his current company. But then, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
The Walking Dead “Strangers” opened with Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Tara (Alanna Masterson) making amends, as the former has decided not to hold the latter's past association with the Governor against her. More mercy is shown towards Carol (Melissa McBride) by Tyreese (Chad L. Coleman), who has accepted the fact that she killed Karen (Melissa Ponzio). As for what happened with Lizzie (Brighton Sharbino) and Mika (Kyla Kenedy), Tyreese would rather forget about it.
'The Walking Dead' Recap
After his chat with Tara, Rick seeks out Carol, looking to make amends for exiling her from the group upon learning that she’d taken Karen’s fate into her own hands. Carol, not inclined to remain bitter, acknowledges that she was able to survive, just like he’d predicted. When Rick asks her if she’s willing to rejoin the group, she nods.
Meanwhile, Bob (Lawrence Gilliard Jr.) is »
In the fourth season, we see Rick and the group of survivors fostering a thriving community in the safe haven of the prison only to have it short-lived as the group loses everything, their home, family, and friends to the threat of the walkers, outside threats and the hidden dangers brewing inside the fences. The group of survivors are broken apart and sent on divergent paths, unsure of everyone else's fate as they are exposed to new dangers, new enemies, and heartbreaking choices. They will have their faith thoroughly tested - a faith that breaks some of them and redeems others. The Walking Dead stars: Andrew Lincoln, Jon Bernthal, Laurie Holden, Jeffrey DeMunn, Scott Wilson, Emily Kinney, Sarah Wayne Callies, Steven Yeun, Chandler Riggs, Norman Reedus, Iron E. Singleton, Madison Lintz, Danai Gurira, Melissa Suzanne McBride, Michael Rooker, Lauren Cohan, Vincent M. Ward, Chad L. Coleman, Brighton Sharbino, Kyla Kenedy »
Stern Pinball recently unveiled two machines based on AMC’s The Walking Dead, and now they’ve revealed four custom accessories for players to add to the creepy cabinet. Included in the new attachments is a backbox topper of fish tank walker heads crafted by Greg Nicotero to give gamers an eye-grabbing replica of The Governor’s home decor, as well as a zombie shooter knob that should please pinball wizards.
“Melrose Park, Il – October 15, 2014 – Stern Pinball, Inc., the world’s oldest and largest producer of arcade-quality pinball machines, announced today the availability of four licensed and custom-developed pinball accessories for its latest release, AMC’s The Walking Dead.
In response to market demand, Stern is now offering unique, game-specific accessories that further enhance the appeal of its pinball machines and enable pinball fans to customize their games to suit their personal tastes.
The Walking Dead accessories include:
· A fish »
- Derek Anderson
There's no chance that The Walking Dead will be cancelled since it's already been renewed for season six. This show's become the most successful show in cable TV history. How high will the ratings go in season five? Will this be the biggest season yet?
On this season of The Walking Dead, the large cast includes Andrew Lincoln, Steven Yeun, Chandler Riggs, Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride, Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Emily Kinney, Chad Coleman, Sonequa Martin-Green, Lawrence Gilliard Jr., Alanna Masterson, Michael Cudlitz, Josh McDermitt, Christian Serratos, Andrew J. West, and Seth Gilliam. Who will make it to season six?
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's chances of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available.
Sadé Green reviews the first episode of The Walking Dead season 5…
Season 5 of The Walking Dead premiered in the UK on Monday, and boy, did it explode onto our screens. Having premiered in the Us on Sunday, it has smashed records, gaining the accolade of being the most watched drama in cable history; an honour it truly deserves.
Season 4 ended with most of Rick’s (Andrew Lincoln) gang locked up in a shipping container having been captured when they finally arrived at Terminus. The first 5 minutes of Season 5 (whereby your heart will probably beat right out of your chest, Alien-style) will confirm the gut-twisting, horrific truth you probably suspected about the cold-hearted characters we were introduced to. It won’t be spoilt for you here, but if you thought Season 4 was dark, then you best get to Ikea for some extra lighting – it looks like Season 5 is going to be positively pitch-black. »
- Gary Collinson
Every year, one event rocks New York to its very core in a way that is so profound and so special that it grows in audience attendance every fall when it rolls along. That event, of course, is the hugely popular New York Comic Con and thousands of faithful pop culture fans and cosplayers flock to the Big Apple to partake in the annual celebration. It is an event that draws in crowds from all over the world and features many individuals and companies showing off their latest products in the hopes that those who come to the convention will purchase whatever they’re selling. But Nycc isn’t just about pushing merchandise and entertainment, it is about togetherness and every October, geeks come to New York and they conquer.
If you are unfamiliar with Nycc, then it’s pretty simple. It is a comic book, movie, TV, video game »
- Randall Unger
The fifth season premiere of "The Walking Dead" on Sunday shatters all cable records with 17.3 million viewers. The episode "No Sanctuary" featured "lots of red meat and explosions galore" and even defeated NBC's "Sunday Night Football" among the key demographic of adults 18-49. The record broken was also set by the same AMC drama when it premiered last season with 16.1 million viewers. This season stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Danai Gurira, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Michael Cudlitz, and Melissa McBride. Deadline -Break- The newly-released list of Most Influential Teens of 2014 is highlighted by Grammy winner Lorde, "Mad Men" co-star Kiernan Shipka, and pop star Austin Mahone. Other entertainers in the feature include Chloe Grace Moretz ("The Equalizer"), Rico Rodriguez ("Modern Family"), Jaden Smith ("The Karate Kid"), and reality stars Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner. Time Relat...' »
The zombie apocalypse continues to be lucrative for AMC—The Walking Dead season five premiere hit new heights with 17.3 million viewers, the show's highest ratings ever. AMC's comic book adaptation also pulled in 11 million viewers in the coveted 18-49 demographic. Season 5 of The Walking Dead picked up following the events of the season four finale with the gang trapped in Terminus. A bloody and fiery battle ensued and thanks to Carol (Melissa McBride), Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Michonne (Danai Gurira), Daryl (Norman Reedus) and the rest of the gang were all reunited. "It's a Dead man's party. Who could ask for more?" Charlie Collier, AMC president, said in a statement. "Enormous »
One month from now, the 13th edition of the New York City Horror Film Festival will kick off and it has been announced that they’ll be honoring Norman Reedus and Angus Scrimmm for their contributions to the genre:
“New York, NY – Oct. 13, 2014. The 13th edition of the New York City Horror Film Festival celebrates two stalwarts of the genre with a Lifetime Achievement Award presented to 88-year-old Phantasm series star, “Tall Man” Angus Scrimm, and The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus receiving the Achievement in Acting Award for his strong dedication to the craft, currently creating new heights, and depths, as everyone’s favorite crossbow-wielding zombie-killer Daryl Dixon.
Award recipient Norman Reedus is internationally known for the role of Daryl Dixon in AMC’s immensely popular series, now entering its fifth season. Roles for Guillermo del Toro in Mimic and Blade 2 have led to the upcoming dark videogame Silent Hill, »
- Jonathan James
Was this the best episode in 'The Walking Dead's history? Abso-freakin-lutely!
Warning: We're about to discuss some of the most jaw-dropping moments from The Walking Dead's season five premiere. If you do not wish to be spoiled, turn around and return to your train car in Terminus—for everyone else, read on…
Was this the best episode in The Walking Dead's history? Abso-freakin-lutely!
The smash AMC series crawled back into our lives Sunday night with an episode so riveting, it put all of this seasons' Fall TV premieres to shame. After a mind-blowing season four cliffhanger, fans have been desperately wondering what would happen to Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Co. after the sanctuary of Terminus turned out to be a slaughterhouse — and now we finally have our answers.
Here's what you need to know...
Watch: 'Walking Dead's Norman Reedus Talks 'Emotional' and 'Crazy' Season!
The very beginning of the episode featured one of »
[Spoiler Alert: Read on only if you have already watched Sunday's season premiere of The Walking Dead.] The Walking Dead just unleashed one of its most violent and emotional episodes ever with the season 5 premiere on Sunday night. And because apparently that wasn’t enough, it topped things off with a first for the show — a post-credits secret scene showing the return of Morgan. We tracked down showrunner Scott M. Gimple to get his take on the big Terminus raid, those emotional reunions, the unique flashback structure, a first ever secret scene, and what to expect next week. (Click through both pages to read the entire interview.) Entertainment Weekly: Okay, so can we now finally confirm that »
- Dalton Ross
Director: Greg Nicotero. Writers: Frank Darabont, Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, Charlie Adlard and Scott M. Gimple. Cast: Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun and Lauren Cohan. Just when "The Walking Dead" fatigue almost kicks in, an episode like "No Sanctuary" comes along. This action packed episode offered a lot of chaos in its short runtime. The character Carol (Melissa McBride) was behind much of that mayhem as she went about destroying Terminus. Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his friends were saved from becoming cannibal fodder, while Tyreese (Chad L. Coleman) dealt with his conscience. Meanwhile, Eugene (Josh McDermitt) is coming across as more and more unbelievable. The character Morgan was introduced late in the episode. And, central villains were turned into minor ones, by another, new, even more dangerous character. This exciting episode offered a lot of thrilling scenes, including flaming zombies. This premiere for Seas. 5 began with Rick and the other survivors. »
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Rick and Carl are reunited with baby Judith after escaping becoming dinner at Terminus in The Walking Dead's Season 5 premiere "No Sanctuary."
Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Glenn (Steven Yeun), Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Bob (Lawrence Gilliard Jr.) found themselves in a boxcar at Terminus at the end of Season 4, and Season 5 picks up with them in more danger than ever, as Terminus is revealed as the opposite of a sanctuary for survivors. Instead, inhabitants of Terminus lure innocents in with the promise of survival and eat them.
In the boxcar, the group scrambles to turn anything they have into weapons – mostly clothes – and try to come up with an effective game plan to escape with their lives, but it’s useless. The group is incapacitated with tear gas before the doors of the boxcar even open, and are dragged helplessly into the Terminus slaughterhouse.
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The Walking Dead is back, and we couldn’t be happier about it. Our very own Adam Donaldson reviewed the season five premiere tonight and found it to be an action-packed return that did not disappoint in the slightest, a sentiment that I fully agree with. Rick & co. look to be in for a wild ride this year and as a big fan of the series, I can’t wait to see where things go.
This weekend, the cast of AMC’s hit show made an appearance at the New York Comic-Con. Afterwards, they headed over to PaleyFest for a special panel, and we were on hand to cover the event. Catching up with Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun and Danai Gurira, we spoke with them briefly about their characters, what to expect this season and much more!
Check it all out in the video above and be sure »
- Justine Browning
[Warning: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 5 premiere of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk.]
Well that didn't take long.
The Walking Dead's hotly anticipated Season 5 premiere wasted little time getting right into the action — and as a result, quickly paved the way for our band of survivors to escape Terminus, the presumed safe haven they arrived at last season only to be thrown into a train car. Although Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Daryl (Norman Reedus), Glen (Steven Yeun) and Bob (Lawrence Gilliard Jr.) were pulled out of the train car to meet a grisly, throat-slitting fate, they...
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- Adam Bryant
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from "No Sanctuary," the fifth-season premiere of AMC's The Walking Dead.] AMC's The Walking Dead roared back to life Sunday with an action-packed fifth-season premiere that was not only filled with blood, zombie guts and action but also two huge emotional gut-punches that truly illustrated what the show is at its core. During the hour, Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Daryl (Norman Reedus), Bob (Lawrence Gilliard) and Glenn (Steven Yeun) came thisclose to having their necks brutally slashed at the hands of Terminus — a group (finally!) revealed to be cannibals.
- Lesley Goldberg
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