While recent episodes of "The Walking Dead" have divided horror fans, the general public's love for the series shows no signs of slowing down, and AMC has released a new teaser trailer for the upcoming Episode 4.14, "The Grove," which you can watch right here.
If you're also a wrestling fan, be sure to check out "Talking Dead" afterwards as WWE Champion Cm Punk will be joining Yvette Nicole Brown of NBC’s “Community” on the discussion panel led by Chris Hardwick.
Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, "The Walking Dead" stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Emily Kinney, Danai Gurira, Chad Coleman, and Sonequa Martin-Green.
"The Walking Dead" Episode 4.14 - "The Grove" (airs 3/16/14)
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- Debi Moore
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AMC released a new trailer for "The Walking Dead" that focuses about the mysterious new location Terminus. But considering this is being released in the days leading up to episode 14 airing, does this mean viewers can expect the show to finally reach Terminus this weekend?
By the end of last week's "Alone," all of the characters in "The Walking Dead" except Beth (who had been kidnapped) and Daryl (who joined/was taken by a group of violent men) were on the road to Terminus. The time discrepancies between each of the characters' storylines are unclear, but chances are Carol, Tyreese, Mika and Lizzie are the farthest ahead on the journey.
That would make sense considering the promo for episode 14, "The Grove," focused solely on that group. Though the promo seemed to imply only those four characters would be in this episode, »
Entertainment Geekly is a weekly column that examines pop culture through a geek lens and simultaneously examines contemporary geek culture through a pop lens. So many lenses! This week there are two columns inspired by True Detective, partially because True Detective was a thought-provoking TV show which deserves a significant amount of thoughtful analysis, but mainly because I missed a column last week. Yesterday: A consideration of where the show’s ending fits into the pantheon. Today: A meditation on the show’s meaning, or lack thereof. Spoilers follow.
At the end of True Detective’s second episode, philosophizing detective »
- Darren Franich
L. Gustavo Cooper (“Velvet Road”) will direct from a script he co-wrote with Sharon Y. Cobb. Gregor Habsburg (“Hellbenders”), Jacquelyn Frisco (“Tell-Tale”) and Duane A. Sikes will produce with Raven Banner Entertainment partners Michael Paszt, James Fler and Andrew T. Hunt.
- Dave McNary
There has been a really interesting Walking Dead theory floating around the web for the last few days. It focuses on the Bob character (the drunk) and how there may be a lot more to him than we all may have initially thought. The theory gets a bit heavy-handed at times, but I believe at [&hellip
The Walking Dead Bob Theory You Need to Hear »
- Remy Carreiro
[Spoiler alert: the following article contains minor details from S2]
It wasn’t too long ago that the hearts and minds of gamers around the world were stolen by the tragic tale of a little girl in a baseball cap and her protector. With the release now of two episodes in the next season of the series, The Walking Dead once again pulls no punches, though they’re much less of a surprise this time.
The second season starts with Clementine rejoined by her friends Omid and Christa as they stop to rest at an abandoned gas station. It isn’t too long though before things go to hell and once again young Clementine is on her own. It’s here that we begin to see the new yet still changing Clementine. While still the little girl you love, it’s a much more jaded and skeptical person than the playful Clementine from S1.
Early in the game Clementine stops »
- Matt Nowatzke
We’re hitting the home stretch of season 4 for AMC’s The Walking Dead, and according to creator Robert Kirkman, said homestretch is going to be a doozy. That doozydom — yes, I just made that word up — will begin this Sunday night with an episode that Kirkman insists is “definitely one that people are going to remember and it’s definitely one people are going to talk about. If there is one episode of The Walking Dead that you absolutely had to watch this season, it would be this one.”
Translation: Uh-oh. Every time I hear something like that I »
- Dalton Ross
The first teaser trailer, efficiently sets the tone of the story and also showcases what appears to be high production value. The series stars Ceren Lee, Erica Gimpel, Steve Brand, Charles Melton, Todd Farmer, Simon Barret, Nathan Moore, Billy Miller, Dallas Liu and Joe Swamberg. The full pilot episode will premiere on Machinima, March 20. "The hit graphic novella series Enormous, tells of how humanity is plunged down the food chain when an ecological event creates gargantuan beasts that decimate civilization. The series explores how humans react and cope with survival from multiple points of views and from multiple settings around the planet. In the tone of Cloverfield and The Walking Dead, Enormous focuses on strong characters and complicated relationships with the monsters as the background." Related Content: Machinima Creating Enormous Web Series »
Love “The Walking Dead,” but hate “SportsCenter”? Too bad. Cable providers pay only a fraction as much for AMC — the network that airs TV's top-rated drama — as they do for Espn. And they pass their fees on to you, the consumer. See video: Funny or Die Channels Comcast: ‘We Don't Give a F— About You’ (Video) Many consumers are worried that bills will only go higher if Comcast, the country's biggest cable provider, is allowed to buy Time Warner Cable. The average cable bill in the United States has increased about 4.5 percent annually over the past 15 years to more than »
- L.A. Ross and Tony Maglio
There are only three episodes left in The Walking Dead‘s fourth season and, while we currently have more questions than answers, it’s likely we’ll learn more as the survivors start to reach Terminus. After Daryl and Beth were a big focus of the last two episodes, Episode 414 shifts back to Tyreese and his group. If you’d like a taste of what’s coming up next, we have two new photos just for Daily Dead readers.
“Following the devastating events of the mid-season finale, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and the group are still reeling from the loss of their home, family and friends. With the destruction of the prison, the group of survivors is broken apart and sent on divergent paths, unsure of everyone else’s fate. What was a challenging life behind fences and walls grows that much more perilous and precious as they are exposed to new dangers, »
- Jonathan James
*Updated* Your guess at who’s left alive after All Out War is as good as ours at this point, and the post-All Out War cover art isn’t of any help. In fact, the covers are leaving us with more questions than answers, but here’s the look at the cover art for The Walking Dead #128. We’ve already heard a number of guesses from readers as to who the woman is on the #127 and #128 cover. Let us know what you think in the comments section below.
All Out War Release Schedule:
The Walking Dead #124 – March 26 This war has begun to take a toll on us all. »
- Jonathan James
The first look at BenDavid Grabinski's Enormous adaptation is here! The Image Comics story created by Tim Daniel and artist Mehdi Cheggour has been adapted for Machinima as a digital web series. The plot takes place in a world overrun with gigantic monsters, as you may have guessed from the title. Ceren Lee stars as a woman who works for the United Nation's Search and Rescue division looking for abandoned children. Grabinski penned the adaptation along with Troll Hunter's Andre Ovredal; Adrian Askarieh and Joshua Wexler are producing. Also starring Erica Gimpel, Steve Brand, Garret Coffey, Billy Miller, Dallas Liu, Joe Swamberg, Nathan Moore, Todd Farmer, Simon Barret, and Charles Melton, the full pilot for Enormous debuts on Machinima March 20th. Hit the jump to check it out. Synopsis: A band of Un search and rescue men and women survive a horrific virus that nearly brings Earth to extinction. »
- Dave Trumbore
You might expect someone that struggled mightily in pretty much every single challenge, tossed out her tribe’s food supply, took the lead on building a terrible shelter, and then got voted out one day before a tribe shake-up that could have completely changed her fortunes in the game to have some regrets from her experience on Survivor: Cagayan. But not when then someone is nuclear engineer J’Tia Taylor. One day after being eliminated on the show, J’Tia called into Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) to talk about how it all went wrong, and we mean All went wrong. »
- Dalton Ross
The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus stopped by Late Night With Seth Meyers this week and encountered a familiar enemy. A zombie (albeit a funny one) turned up in the audience to ask Reedus if the show would consider not enforcing zombie stereotypes. "If I have to be the Rosa Parks of zombies, then so be it," he declared. Reedus heard him out, but then once he got bored, he just pulled out his trusty crossbow. This is a must see for The Walking Dead fans, or people who just love crossbow-related comedy (I know you're out there). »
- Maggie Pehanick
Stuffed with straw, dressed in rags and left to twist in the breeze, the typical mild-mannered scarecrow may not be built to frighten anything larger than your average feathered pest... but that hasn't stopped these eerie effigies from coming to life in our nightmares. For generations, this image of the harvest has been associated with the darker, colder days to come, so it wasn't long before spooky tales were being spun about evil scarecrows wandering the fields, intent on reaping something more substantial than corn. Cinematic scarecrows have come a long way since the lovable Wizard of Oz character, but some of them might still be looking for a brain... maybe even the one that's still in your skull. Let's look at some of the all-time scariest movie scarecrows ever to stalk the fields by moonlight... “Bubba” (Dark Night of the Scarecrow, 1981) This chilling made-for-tv classic presents one of the »
- Gregory Burkart
The Walking Dead is a hugely popular series. Each episode is immediately followed by a talk show devoted to discussion about that episode. Riots have been threatened if one character or another were to be killed off, and just about every social media platform explodes with each airing. Shockingly elaborate theories about everything from the original source of the zombie virus to the true paternity of Lori Grimes’ baby have been formulated all over the internet, and fans of The Walking Dead are some of the most devoted ever to gain access to a keyboard.
Currently, however, despite the show’s ever-growing popularity, much of Season 4 has received mixed reviews from longtime viewers. The change of format following the midseason finale has required some serious adjustment of expectations, and patience has become quite the virtue with the recent character-centric rather than ensemble episodes. Fortunately, this week’s venture felt »
- Laura Hurley
It's almost like there was some body-swapping involved ...
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"Arrow" airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Et/Pt on The CW. »
Anyone who sets out to make a documentary film about the history of zombie cinema is in a no-win situation: if you stick with the obvious stuff, then the hardcore horror fans will get bored, impatient, and very annoyed. But if you focus mainly on the oddest and most obscure information regarding cinematic zombiedom, then you're leaving out all the newbies -- or the geeks who only pretend to know White Zombie from Rob Zombie.
Fortunately the movie-obsessed documentarian Alex Philippe -- his film The People vs. George Lucas is recommended to any hardcore Star Wars nut -- knows how to cover a lot of bases in a short amount of time, and the result is a light and amusing film about some of the grossest movies you'll ever see. Without rattling off all the statistics, let's just say that Mr. Philippe and his team manage to touch on all »
- Scott Weinberg
"Rabid" is what happens when Criminal Minds meets The Walking Dead. Well, kind of. In the only way this procedural drama can, the series tackles zombies in tonight's new episode, which turns out to feature one of its most disturbing cases yet.
Meanwhile, the two geniuses whose brains are usually more valuable than their physical skills on the job face their greatest challenge yet: a company fitness test.
“True Detective” is over. “Hannibal” is only getting started. “The Walking Dead” are still walking. Godzilla is returning. That means the fiends of Dinner for Fiends have plenty to chew on for this latest installment. Do you have the stomach for it?
Uncle Creepy was buried under an avalanche of work so it was up to Matt, Buz, Andrew, and yours truly (I’m back!) to disseminate the climax of “True Detective,” the static state of “The Walking Dead,” and the first two episodes of the second season of the best show on television you’re not watching, Aka “Hannibal.”
Before venturing deep into Carcosa, we talk Godzilla, old and new, as well as taking a few moments for the Oldboy remake, the new RoboCop, Pompeii, Stalingrad, and much more.
And somehow, some way, once again Yellowbrickroad factors into the discussion. That film truly is our Carcosa.
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