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Poor Rick Grimes.
Season two of The Walking Dead ended with Rick (Andrew Lincoln) dealing with the death of his best friend, Shane–a job both he and Carl (Chandler Riggs) had a part in (Lori too). But Sunday night’s loss is undoubtedly the greatest, most significant loss for Rick. Not just because it was Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) but it is his first real loss at the hands of the zombie apocalypse. Others died in his camp but they were never his losses. He felt responsible for them, but this is his wife, the mother of his children and even though some of the love was lost between them, there were steps to some kind of reconciliation there. But let’s be truthful here. Regardless of your opinion of Lori, the deaths that occurred in “Killer Within” are all on Rick’s shoulders. If you thought Rick was »
- Ernie Estrella
As the producers of The Walking Dead established before season 3 hit the air, the living would begin to pose a more immediate threat to Rick and those following him than the walkers, and they’ve certainly proved that with ‘Killer Within.’ And that’s a good thing. As much as everyone seems to love the fictional landscape that zombies create, as far as actual characters go, they’re rather one-note. Human interaction beyond the bickering group dynamic – even if it’s as brief as the reappearance of the presumed-dead Andrew (Markice Moore) finding some way to use the undead as a weapon – is something of a welcome sight.
Given what happens as a result, it’s no wonder then that the distrust Rick feels toward those who walk with a spring in their step ...
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- Kevin Yeoman
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's "Killer Within" episode of The Walking Dead.] AMC's The Walking Dead delivered one of its most shocking episodes in its three-season history Sunday when two series regulars failed to survive the hour. During "Killer Within," Rick's (Andrew Lincoln) decision to lock Andrew (Markice Moore) out amid a sea of walkers came back to bite the group in a major way as the former prisoner winds up setting a deadly trap for the group. After chopping the gate lock away, Andrew sets walkers loose amid the prison grounds and cellblocks,
- Lesley Goldberg
Reviewed by Jesse Miller, MoreHorror.com
Warning – Review will contain spoilers!
After the spectacular season opener, The Walking Dead goes from strength to strength with its second episode as it deals with two surprising developments – Hershel – and the small group of cons discovered locked in the cafeteria.
Rick, T-Dog and Daryl confront the cons, who reveal they have been locked in for 10 months and surprised to hear the world’s gone to hell – how can they have not come to that conclusion after 10 months? Surely they must’ve guessed that prison riot got way out of hand after the first few months?
Rick leads them to the outside world for further proof and cements the fact that this is his group’s safe haven now and if something goes wrong, he will kill them all.
After a rather tense conversation, The cons go on to mention they’ve got a »
Even though last night’s “Sick” felt awfully similar to the Season 2 chapter, “Nebraska,” The Walking Dead kept its string of fast-paced and balanced episodes going strong, dealing with five new survivors–inmates of the prison that Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the group stormed in the Season 3 premiere.
We’ll recall in “Nebraska” Rick, Hershel (Scott Wilson), and Glenn (Steven Yeun) meet up with two fowl fellows in a bar who describe the situation outside of Georgia, but also prove to be threats. Quick on the draw, Rick exercised hard choices and kills both men, fearing they would hurt the others at the farm house. He felt the threat in their words and actions. Rick and the others were being backed into a corner and no one puts Rick Grimes in a corner.
In “Sick” it is Rick and the others who are the more knowledgeable ones, briefing the five »
- Ernie Estrella
*spoilers are below. Director: Bill Gierhart. Writers: Frank Darabont, Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, Charlie Adlard, and Nichole Beattie. Cast: Andrew Lincoln, Sarah Wayne Callies, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Emily Kinney, Melissa McBride, Markice Moore, IronE Singleton and Lew Temple. Well, there is good news for Dish subscribers. The AMC and the Dish Network have finally come to terms and Dish will again be showing "The Walking Dead" including this episode, "Sick." "Sick" is the second episode in a season that is a lot more exciting than the previous one. Long gone is Hershel's (Scott Wilson) farm, thankfully. This season is focusing a lot more on Rick Grimes' (Andrew Lincoln) continued loss of humanity. Anyone can be a target for Rick's wrath. Lori is mostly the same from Seas. 2. Her neurosis is jarring. Meanwhile, the prisoners in this showing did not last long. Rick does not like »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
While Rick was taking lives, Lori was saving lives, but their marriage may have no life left. That was just one of many revelations in another action packed hour of "The Walking Dead."
"Sick" picked up right where last week's premiere, "Seed," left off: With Hershel bleeding on the prison floor and Rick, Daryl and T-Dog discovering they're not the only humans in the prison. We got to know just a little more about the prisoners tonight, and now three of them are dead -- two falling victim to Rick's new "zero tolerance" policy.
The prisoners had to know Rick meant business when they walked by Hershel's severed leg on the floor. When the first thing you see a total stranger do is chop off his friend's leg, you know he's probably not someone to mess with. As Rick warned Tomas (guest star Nick Gomez) early in the episode, »
If you haven't watched last night's Season 3 premiere of "The Walking Dead" yet, then you'll want to skip this story. If you have, then you're probably wondering who the hell that was in the final scene. Read on for all the details along with the show's incredible ratings results!
“This group of prisoners saw the outbreak happen in their prison almost a year ago, and guards were turning on prisoners and prisoners were tuning on guards,” says Mazzara. “Imagine a zombie movie set in a prison. These are the sole survivors of that movie. And they’ve been locked up with each other for almost a year, and now suddenly »
- The Woman In Black
It was an episode filled with thrills, chills, and an ungodly amount of kills. And there was one final surprise awaiting our not-so-merry band of survivors in the very last shot.
[Spoiler Alert: Continue reading only if you have already watched Sunday’s season premiere of The Walking Dead. Seriously, stop right now if you haven't. Read on at your own risk!] After Rick and Co. infiltrated a prison and narrowly escaped an angry horde of flesh eaters, they looked up to see the biggest shock of all — a group of five humans. Who are they and what is their story? We went to main man in charge, showrunner Glen Mazzara, for answers.
As you may have guessed — from their presence in the comic book storyline on which the show is based, »
- Dalton Ross
9 items from 2012
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