13 items from 2014
Last week’s The Walking Dead Daryl-and-Beth episode was a terrific one for all fans of Daryl – which is everyone, as far as I can tell. It was great getting more background on him as well as on Beth, and watch their development individually and as a team.
To get a little more insight, check out this week’s “Inside the Episode” featurette below. Then see the behind-the-scenes “Making Of” featurette to learn about the country club and the walker slaughter. Sorry it doesn’t include the shot above, but it’s nice to know they can have fun when they’re not whacking zombies. The “Talked About” scene is from the end of the episode.
Looking ahead to the new episode, the preview clip answers the question of what might be the scariest weather condition when you’re in a zombie apocalypse.
Featurette: The Walking Dead – Inside Episode 412
- Erin Willard
It’s been a busy day here at SciFi Mafia, but we couldn’t start our weekend without posting the weekly dose of The Walking Dead featurettes and clips to prepare us for the next episode. Were you holding your breath like we were when Rick was stuck under that bed? Yowie that man is lucky. Learn more about that and more in the featurettes and “Talked About” scene, then check out the clip from the upcoming episode:
Featurette: The Walking Dead – Inside Episode 411: Claimed
Featurette: The Walking Dead – Making of Episode 411
Clip: The Walking Dead – Episode 411 Talked About Scene
Clip: The Walking Dead – Episode 412 Sneak Peek
The Walking Dead, starring Andrew Lincoln, David Morrissey, Steven Yeun, Norman Reedus, Danai Gurira, Chandler Riggs, Lauren Cohan, Melissa McBride, Chad Coleman, Sonequa Martin-Green, Michael Cudlitz, Christian Serratos, Josh McDermitt, and Emily Kinney, airs Sundays at 9/8c on AMC. »
- Erin Willard
The Walking Dead is in the middle of season 4 and there are several changes for 2014 as three new characters were introduced recently, exciting many fans. Michael Cudlitz (Southland) plays Sgt. Ford, Josh McDermitt plays Eugene and Christian Serratos (pictured) brings some serious sex appeal to the zombie apocalypse as Abraham's girlfriend Rosita. In last week's episode, Abraham reveals the plan to save the world and he thinks that means getting Eugene to Washington, DC where he can help fight the zombie apocalypse scientifically. The three new characters were introduced at the end of last week's episode and had a main role in this week's episode. Here's what went down this week for the new characters. They have met up with Glenn and Tara and initially, the mission goal was to use their army truck to drive from rural Georgia to Washington, DC as Eugene is certain he knows the secret »
“Claimed” is an instant step up from last week’s series of vignettes simply because we get that feeling of a story being told to completion – something we were missing in “Inmates.” The Walking Dead saves time by, once again, focusing on two groups of people, splitting them up into three easily to follow storylines. Rick, Carl and Michonne discuss the possibility of making a home in the house they’re squatting in, with Michonne and Carl going to get some supplies while Rick gets some rest. We get to know the new characters we saw at the end of “Inmates” while Glenn stubbornly tries to go after Maggie. It wasn’t a mind-blowing hour of television, but it certainly had a greater sense of fun to it, mostly due to the cartoonish nature of Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) and his companions Rosita Espinoza (Christian Serratos) and Eugene Porter (Josh McDermitt »
- Brody Gibson
Cast: Andrew Lincoln, Steven Yeun, Chandler Riggs and Danai Gurira. "Claimed" was the latest thrilling episode from "The Walking Dead." This episode returned to the character Carl (Chandler Riggs) and Rick (Andrew Lincoln), whose new home was being raided by looters. There was one other story told in this show's short runtime. The army characters Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) and Rosita (Christian Serratos) were hell bent on reaching Washington, initially. And, this episode satisfied this viewer's need for: chaos, zombie action and solid characterizations. "Claimed" was one of the better episodes in Seas. 4. Rick, Carl and Michonne (Danai Gurira) are back together again, but things are not going smoothly. Michonne is reminded of her past, by a room full of bodies and of suicide. Andre, Michonne's lost child, is still understandably haunting this character. Rick is also disturbed during nap time. A group of murderous looters take over his abode and »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
On tonight's episode of AMC's The Walking Dead, viewers got to meet a few new faces. Some were well-intentioned while others were nothing of the sort, and all of them came in varying shades of intelligence. More intriguing than even the new character additions, however, was a bit of intel as to the state of the post-apocalyptic world and, if the newcomers can be believed, the plan to set things right once more. Hit the jump for my recap and review, unless you're all amped-up and have an ignorance of rapid-firing weapons. Tonight's hour was a tale of two groups of strangers, which doesn't roll off the tongue as well as "a tale of two cities" but I'm no Charles Dickens. In the red corner, we have Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) and his associates Rosita Espinosa (Christian Serratos) and Dr. Eugene Porter (Josh McDermitt). We met this trio at the tail-end of last week's episode, »
- Dave Trumbore
Review Ron Hogan 24 Feb 2014 - 07:00
This review contains spoilers.
There's a pattern to the behaviour that Rick Grimes has established. Once he gets to a nice, relatively safe location, he doesn't like to stray too far from that locale. He'll go on supply runs and stuff, but Rick is apparently the homebody in The Walking Dead's universe, which explains why he's decided to hang around at their borrowed house for another day or two, to get his strength back and make a plan on what to do next. It's a good idea in theory, especially since Carl and Michonne can go find food while Rick curls up with a good book, but it's a bad idea in the television world, because there's no such thing as a safe place.
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For those of you who prefer multiple storylines in your The Walking Dead over the more individual-character-centric setup of the midseason finale, last week’s episode was for you. Everyone is now accounted for, and we can breathe a temporary sigh of relief. Because we know it’s temporary. Especially with creepy kids like Lizzie around.
Here for your rehash enjoyment and more in-depth scrutiny are the always-terrific “Inside the Episode” and “Making Of” weekly featurettes along with the “Talked About” clip from last week’s episode, along with a sneak peek at this week’s new episode:
Featurette: The Walking Dead – Inside Episode 410: Inmates
Featurette: The Walking Dead – Making of Episode 410
Clip: The Walking Dead – Episode 410 Talked About Scene
Clip: The Walking Dead – Episode 411 Sneak Peek
- Erin Willard
Warning: Spoilers for "The Walking Dead" Season 4 and the comics are included in this article. Read on at your own risk.
"The Walking Dead" ended Season 4 episode 10, "Inmates," with a massive reveal: Abraham, Rosita and Eugene have arrived.
But who are these new additions to the world of "The Walking Dead" who are now teamed with Glenn and Tara? The three names have been tossed around with excitement by comic book fans since their casting in Season 4 was announced, but beyond a raucous introduction, there's not much that show watchers could take away about who the trio are.
In the comics, Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) was a sergeant in the Army and a sports coach prior to the zombie outbreak. He ended up meeting up with a scientist named Eugene after the apocalypse took place.
Eugene Porter (Josh McDermitt) claims to know key information about the zombie virus. He wants to head to Washington, »
[Warning: Major spoilers from episode 410, "Inmates," of AMC's The Walking Dead, as well as the comic book series it's based on.] They're here! Fans of AMC's The Walking Dead -- and the comic series on which it is based -- can finally rejoice as the zombie drama welcomed three of its newest castmembers Sunday. Abraham (Southland's Michael Cudlitz), Eugene (Retired at 35's Josh McDermitt) and Rosita (Twilight's Christian Serratos) arrived in the final scene of "Inmates," surprising Tara (Alanna Masterson) after she had killed a horde of walkers and saved an exhausted Glenn (Steven Yeun) from becoming zombie
- Lesley Goldberg
Yes it’s true, the ratings for last Sunday’s midseason premiere of The Walking Dead outpaced the opening night of the Olympics amongst those coveted 18-49-year-olds, and with DVR views included was expected to exceed 20 million views. Amazing, and well-deserved for that truly exceptional premiere.
For more about that episode, check out the ‘Making of” and ‘Inside the Episode’ featurettes, along with the ‘Talked About’ scene, then prepare for the new episode by previewing the clip, featuring Darryl and Beth:
Featurette: The Walking Dead – Inside Episode 409: After
Featurette: The Walking Dead – Making of Episode 409: After
Clip: The Walking Dead – Episode 409 Talked About Scene
Clip: The Walking Dead – Sneak Peek Episode 410: Inmates
The Walking Dead, starring Andrew Lincoln, David Morrissey, Steven Yeun, Norman Reedus, Danai Gurira, Chandler Riggs, Lauren Cohan, Chad Coleman, Sonequa Martin-Green, Michael Cudlitz, Christian Serratos, Josh McDermitt, and Emily Kinney, airs Sundays at 9/8c on AMC. »
- Erin Willard
Just a few more days, and "The Walking Dead" will be back! What can we expect? Robert Kirkman sheds some light on where our survivors are and what challenges they'll face as well as what new characters they'll meet.
Speaking with EW, Kirkman shared the following:
Cast members are talking about how the final eight episodes are tonally different from the first eight. Can you talk about that a bit and how they may feel a bit different?
Rk: It’s all of our characters scattered to the winds. Everybody’s separated, and so we’re actually doing a lot of really intense, character focusing episodes. So because they’re separated there will be episodes that focus on different people. There will be episodes that focus on different groups at a time when they’re in their worst situation yet. We’re really going to really drill down into them »
- Debi Moore
Only three more days until we welcome The Walking Dead back into our homes with new episodes. This second half of Season 4 will reportedly be quite different; since our gang scattered after the fall of the prison, we’ll reportedly be getting more character-centric episodes.
That’s according to The Walking Dead comics creator and executive producer Robert Kirkman, who talked with EW about what’s ahead in the second half of the season, including the introduction of new characters Abraham (Michael Cudlitz), Rosita (Christian Serratos), and Eugene (Josh McDermitt), all from the comics series:
These characters are going to be extremely similar to who they were in the comics and I’m really excited about that. The visuals and costuming for them has been absolutely amazing. These people really do look like they were torn out of the comic page, it’s pretty startling. But I will say people »
- Erin Willard
13 items from 2014
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