A woman wakes up inside her car after a car accident, and realizes that her two children are missing. She manages to get out and finds the city in chaos and horror.

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A woman wakes up inside her car after a car accident, and realizes that her two children are missing. She manages to get out and finds the city in chaos and horror.

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3 October 2011 (USA)  »

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Let's make up
7 May 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

These 90 seconds, or so, six part webisodes reveal the story behind Hannah, the lawn-crawling "walker", Deputy Sheriff Rick compassionately returns to to deliver the coup de grâce in the first episode of The Walking Dead TV series. The six short scenes are indulgently created to show viewers the prosthetic talent behind the series make-up team. They mostly do a fantastic job and the "finished" Hannah is a wonder to behold. The webisodes were, unfortunately, spoilt by poor casting most obviously seen in the atrocious hammy acting of Hannah's ex, Andrew, played by Rick Otto. Likewise, the child actors and some of the prototype "Walkers" were also low-grade choices. If any one of these scenes had made it into the first episodes final cut they would have felt incongruous due to the high standards of the main body of work.


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