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Fear the Walking Dead began it’s season 3 midseason finale with Alicia and Jake meeting up to talk to Walker. He is still convinced that Jeremiah Otto stole his land and killed his family members, despite police finding no evidence. Fear The Walking Dead Recap While for Jake and his family, the outbreak meant the […]
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David S.E. Zapanta Jul 10, 2017
In Fear the Walking Dead’s tense midseason finale, the biggest threat isn’t zombies, it’s skeletons in the closet...
This review contains spoilers.
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3.7 The Unveiling & 3.8 Children Of Wrath
Depending on one's beliefs, the idea of an apocalypse means different things to different people. For some, it's seen as a great unveiling, a kind of judgment in which the impure are purged. For others, the apocalypse is a sudden cataclysm that brings about the end of civilisation itself. And then there are those who are prepared for the end times, who view the fall of mankind as a cosmic mulligan, the mother of all second chances. The beauty of shows like Fear The Walking Dead is a more granular examination of these perspectives. Whether the apocalypse is good or bad goes well beyond »
Warning: The following recap contains massive spoilers from the Fear the Walking Dead midseason finale. Proceed at your own risk.
Hold onto your scalps! Sunday’s two-part midseason finale of Fear the Walking Dead not only revealed at long last what became of Ofelia and at not-quite-so-long last Strand, it resolved — at least for the moment — the conflict between Jeremiah and Walker. Who had to bite the dust to bring about the detente? Read on…
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Man, are the grave diggers at the Otto ranch ever gonna be exhausted. Sunday’s Fear the Walking Dead bumped off not a character or two but an entire family. And possibly even more disturbing, the cause of death was neither walkers nor Walker and his land-reclaiming tribe — and Madison ably lied about the massacre to further her own agenda. What did in the Trembol clan, and how did Nick and Alicia’s mother hope to turn the bloody mess to her advantage? Read on…
A fight is coming on Fear the Walking Dead, and it appears that Madison is finally ready to fight. Now that Madison knows the group who killed Travis, she's ready for a battle and out for blood. And she finally has a group that could be willing to fight with the right incentive. In "Red Dirt," Madison manipulates Troy to get people to stay on the ranch. Meanwhile, Alicia gets closer to Jake, and Nick bonds with Jeremiah. »
David S.E. Zapanta Jun 26, 2017
This review contains spoilers.
3.5 Burning In Water, Drowning In Flame
Burning In Water, Drowning In Flame is a very busy episode, intercutting between four storylines. Each story is replete with its own odd character pairings, of which first and foremost is Daniel and Strand. These are two people who shouldn’t be in a car together, much less road-tripping their way through Mexico’s apocalyptic wasteland. Theirs is the least effective pairing, if only because Strand is just so unlikable. Remember when Strand was the very definition of cool in season one, a mellifluous patter wrapped in an expensive suit? His fall from »
In the wake of last week‘s Daniel-centric Fear the Walking Dead, Sunday’s installment accelerated almost all of the series’ plots, revealing whether Madison could really handle maniacal mama’s boy Troy as well as she insisted she could, bringing Nick and Luciana, as well as Jake and Alicia, to turning points in their relationships, dropping Strand into a predicament that was arguably as dire as his near-execution by Dante, and introducing a whole new threat. Was it the high-profile heavy we’d been anticipating? Read on and find out…
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Duncan Bowles Jun 19, 2017
We chatted to the Fear The Walking Dead showrunner about character deaths, spoilers and his departure...
Warning: contains major spoilers for Fear The Walking Dead.
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As part of our set visit to Mexico for Fear The Walking Dead’s third season, we had the chance to speak to showrunner Dave Erickson about the various twists and turns the first few episodes have already revealed as well as his thoughts on the show as a whole. It seems like only yesterday we were interviewing him about the pilot episode and launch of Fear, yet this season will be his last on the show, so it seemed like a good time to pick his brains about various highlights from his time working on it. Mr Erickson was good enough to spare »
David S.E. Zapanta Jun 12, 2017
It’s the end of the world as we know it — but does Fear the Walking Dead’s Clark family feel fine?
This review contains spoilers.
Everyone has something interesting to do in Teotwawki (short for The End of the World as We Know It); and it looks as though Fear The Walking Dead is narrowing its focus (for now) to the Clarks—how they come together, stay together, and measure up against their more seasoned counterparts, the Ottos. The latter may be fully prepared for the Te part of Teotwawki but the Clark family was caught unawares at world’s end, struggling daily for survival. So is it any wonder that the relative safety of the ranch holds such appeal for Madison? Losing Travis has caused her to rethink her priorities, though Nick and Alicia are a bit removed from her thinking in this regard. »
After the Season 3 premiere of Fear the Walking Dead, you might have thought that there was no place a character could possibly feel more insecure than the Ottos’ compound (at least short of, say, Negan’s Sanctuary on The Walking Dead). But in Sunday’s episode, Strand proved us all wrong by being made a “guest” at an even less safe haven — and reuniting with a foe whose comeback showrunner Dave Erickson foretold more than a year ago. How dire was the predicament in which the sly devil found himself? Let’s put it this way: If at the Otto »
Ron Hogan Jun 5, 2017
Fear The Walking Dead returns with a two-hour season three opener. Spoilers ahead in our review...
This review contains spoilers.
3.1 Eye Of The Beholder & 3.2 The New Frontier
Fear The Walking Dead is a show that will soon be undergoing a change in leadership. Unlike the parent show, Dave Erickson (who wrote the first episode of the season) has been at the helm for the first three seasons, with this one being his final as the runner of the show. Unlike The Walking Dead, Fear has been relatively sedate on the back end, and that might be a negative thing for it. Fear The Walking Dead seems to be hitting a lot of the same beats year after year, and the beginning of this season seems no different.
Warning: The following contains spoilers for the Season 3 premiere of Fear the Walking Dead.
The never-saw-it-coming death in Sunday’s Season 3 premiere of Fear the Walking Dead “was meant to feel like a kick in the balls,” showrunner Dave Erickson tells TVLine. Mission accomplished. But, before the Ep explains why Travis had to die, a quick recap of the double header…
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Three episodes were provided for review prior to broadcast.
In Fear The Walking Dead, the real danger is posed by the morally-warped, power-hungry humans in the grip of their own convictions. Returning fans will be glad to know that season 3 of Fear interrogates the degradation of civility with renewed vigor, but this time, it puts forward subplots that are actually given time to develop and thicken, rather than seeing them chopped in half for the sake of keeping the pace high.
Season 3 picks up where we last left off, as Travis and the Clarkes (Madison, Nick and Alicia) are captured on the Mexico-America border by an outpost of guards led by the preppy Troy (Daniel Sharman), a disarmingly doe-eyed killer in the grip of delusions that chill the spine. Troy subjects our heroes to his brand of justice before Madison manages to get her own back, displaying a believable degree »
- Edward Love
Burbank, CA (May 24, 2017) – Just in time for the third season on The CW, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment brings you all-new Super-Villains and more family drama with the release of Supergirl: The Complete Second Season on Blu-rayTM and DVD on August 22, 2017. Delivering 4.2 million Total Viewers weekly, Supergirl is the #2 series on The CW, just after The Flash for Live+7.⃰ Fans can purchase the set which, in addition to all 22 super-powered episodes, contains an exclusive commentary with Andrew Kreisberg and Kevin Smith, the show’s 2016 Comic-Con panel, featurettes, and more! Supergirl: The Complete Second Season is priced to own at $49.99 Srp for the DVD and $54.97 Srp for the Blu-ray which includes a Digital Copy. Supergirl: The Complete Second Season is also available to own on Digital HD via purchase from digital retailers.
*Source: Nielsen National TV View L+7 Us AA%; excluding repeats, specials, sports, and <5 TCs; Season To-Date = 10/10/16- »
- ComicMix Staff
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced that the complete second season of The CW’s hit DC superhero show Supergirl is set to arrive on Blu-ray and DVD on August 22nd, bringing with it all 22 episodes, along with a range of special features.
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- Gary Collinson
Duncan Bowles May 26, 2017
Den Of Geek went to Mexico to spy on the filming of Fear The Walking Dead season 3 - here's what we saw...
Standing in the middle of a remote Mexican valley in Tijuana, only accessible by an ‘upgraded’ dirt track that threatened to dislodge both the production vans' wheels and maybe a few spines, I suddenly felt utterly vindicated from any time during an interview when I’d asked about location enhancing an actors’ performance. With rolling hills, quite literally as far as the eye could see, it was impossible not to be overwhelmed by the majestic beauty of the dusty, yet strangely fertile landscape, and that was before even setting eyes on the incredible work that production designer Bernardo Trujillo and his crew had integrated into a new setting for Fear The Walking Dead simply called ‘The Ranch’.
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When AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead returns for Season 3 (9/8c, Sunday, June 4), you may not recognize its core family.
Madison, Travis & Co. are still played by the same actors, of course. But “now they’ve been knocked around quite a bit,” showrunner Dave Erickson tells TVLine. “They went from the boat to the hacienda to the hotel, Nick went to the colonia, and what they’ve seen is that everything in this world is impermanent. Every time you try to get a hold on something, it goes away. So moving into the season, the group is far more assertive and stronger. »
He put a ring on it — and she put it on a Buddha statue.
On this week’s episode of Nate & Jeremiah By Design, interior experts Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent find themselves in the midst of a renovation stalemate, with homeowners Alex and Tom unable to make a decision that moves their decorating process forward.
“We have a hard time agreeing on things because we’re so stubborn,” Tom says in the exclusive sneak peek above.
- Megan Stein
Trading the high seas for a quaint (and potentially dangerous?) Mexican ranch, Madison Clark (Kim Dickens) and the remainder of the crew can be seen taking a much-needed breather from the post-apocalyptic action in this first preview for Fear the Walking Dead, AMC’s companion series that’s set to unveil its third season early next month.
At the tip-top of the pecking order is Jeremiah Otto (Dayton Callie), a patriarch who has spent the past decade preparing for a doomsday scenario along with his two sons: Daniel Sharman (The Originals) and Sam Underwood (The Following). Such forward-thinking led to the creation of a self-sustaining haven replete with solar panels and a truckload of fruit and vegetable.
So far, so good, but by living in complete isolation, the Otto family – or “preppers,” as they’re referred to in the featurette above – is blissfully unaware of the walking dead, and it »
- Michael Briers
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AMC’s Fear The Walking Dead got off to a flying start start ratings wise when it first hit our screens two years ago, and the zombie survival drama has only increased in popularity ever since. Now, as we prepare for its sure to be intense season 3 premiere in just a few weeks’ time, the network has debuted a batch of striking new behind the scenes promo stills for fans to feast on.
There are 15 black and white images in total, and while the majority don’t really tell us a whole lot about what to expect from the show’s next outing, a handful do feature some new characters and may even hint at a spoiler or two. For example, we see Strand sitting alone, implying that his self-enforced solitary confinement will continue. »
- Mark Cassidy
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