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Watch an Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Bonus Feature Clip from The Walking Dead Season 8 Blu-ray and DVD

The "All Out War" of The Walking Dead Season 8 brought carnage to all of the communities and characters in the AMC series, and one of the most moving scenes of the entire season took place between Eric (Jordan Woods-Robinson) and Aaron (Ross Marquand). With Lionsgate releasing The Walking Dead Season 8 on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital beginning August 21st, we've been provided with an exclusive bonus feature clip that goes behind the scenes of Eric and Aaron's emotional (and heart-wrenching) scene.

From the Press Release: Santa Monica, CA – Worlds collide as “All Out War” breaks out between the factions when AMC’s blockbuster hit series “The Walking Dead”: The Complete Eighth Season arrives on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital August 21 from Lionsgate. The explosive eighth season bridges the stories between “The Walking Dead” and its spinoff, “Fear the Walking Dead,” leading to a thrilling battle for freedom paved with casualties and tragedy.
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‘The Walking Dead’: How do You think Carl will die? [Poll]

‘The Walking Dead’: How do You think Carl will die? [Poll]
In the final moments of “How it’s Gotta Be,” the explosive mid-season finale of “The Walking Dead” Season 8, fans were delivered crushing news. Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) had been bitten by a walker in a previous episode. His father Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Michonne (Danai Gurira) drop their mouths in horror as they gaze at the bite wound, and it’s safe to say most viewers at home did the same. Carl has been a vital character since the first season of the hit series. So how will the show kill off a main character? Explore the likely options and then vote in our poll below before watching the mid-season premiere “Honor” on Sunday, February 25.

See Top 10 ‘The Walking Dead’ villains ranked from worst to best: Negan and Simon and walkers, oh my!

Self Sacrifice – The most likely scenario involves Carl using his final moments on Earth to help
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Review: The Walking Dead – Season 8 – Episode 3: “Monsters”

“I’m not right but that does not make me wrong.”

The Walking Dead continues on its one show mission to reward its loyal viewers by nose-diving straight into the action yet again this week. It begs the question: how long will this battle-focused run continue? Regardless, for now let’s enjoy it whilst it last.

We begin with an inspired speech by the ever-more-lovable King Ezekiel (Khary Payton). His rallying cry claiming that none of his men shall die is quite a bold statement in this universe…

We then follow Ezekiel, his men and Carol (Melissa McBride) as they continue on with their mission from the last episode. With their stealth mission compromised they must use some smart tactics to takeover The Savior’s compounds they come across. These tactics are demonstrated nicely when Ezekiel and a group of his soldiers are seemingly captured by a sneaky band of
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The Walking Dead season 8 episode 3 review: Monsters

Ron Hogan Nov 6, 2017

The Walking Dead's pacing in season 8 is much improved and really driving the story forward. Spoilers ahead in our Monsters review...

This review contains spoilers.

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8.3 Monsters

The Walking Dead spends a lot of time arguing about the place of humanity in the post-apocalyptic world. Not the place of human beings as a species, but the place of human beings as a concept. The old rules versus the new rules, ruthless efficiency versus charity, second chances versus preventing revenge, that kind of thing. Usually these take the form we saw last week, which was basically Tara and Jesus arguing until the charity case in question tried to hold Jesus hostage to make his escape. However, this week, Greg Nicotero and company have decided that this disagreement on what to do
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Review: The Walking Dead – Season 8 – Episode 2: “The Damned”

Last week The Walking Dead dropped us almost immediately into the action, and we were very thankful for it. This week, surprisingly, things have been dialled up a notch as the action, and Rick’s plan, continue to unfold. The majority of the episode works like a quadriptych with four separate assaults intercutting throughout the majority of the runtime. And it should be stated from the off that the show does this very well.

Firstly, we have an assault on one of The Savior’s munitions bases led by Aaron (Ross Marquand) and Eric (Jordan Woods-Robinson). Beginning with a group of the allied communities arriving in their Diy-style armoured cars and opening fire on some unsuspecting Saviors, who are loading a shipment of weapons, through strategic holes in the makeshift shields. From there an all-out fire fight erupts. Many Saviors die and quite a few of the allied forces too,
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The Walking Dead Director Explains How The Show’s Deaths Are Handled

This weekend brought us one of the most action-packed hours of The Walking Dead in a while, as episode 2 of season 8, titled “The Damned,” featured what has to be the show’s biggest gun battle ever. As the Alexandrians and the Saviors went to war, several lower-tier characters were seemingly killed off, including Jordan Woods-Robinson’s Eric.

So, how does a director on The Walking Dead approach handling the death of a regular? For Rosemary Rodriguez, it’s a serous topic, as she knows that leaving a series they’ve worked on for a while can really get to an actor. On Twd, however, the cast know to expect that their time could be up at any moment.

“The good thing about The Walking Dead is actors coming to it, kind of knowing that could happen any moment in any episode. There are other shows where it’s not really a part of the landscape.
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'Walking Dead' Boss Addresses Stuntman John Bernecker's Death During Comic-Con Panel

'Walking Dead' Boss Addresses Stuntman John Bernecker's Death During Comic-Con Panel
The Walking Dead cancelled nearly all of their promotional events at San Diego Comic-Con this year following the recent death of stuntman John Bernecker. During the show's panel discussion in Hall H on Friday, The Walking Dead's cast and creators opened up about the tragedy.

“John was a stunt performer. You’ve probably seen his work before, you just didn’t know it. He’s been in everything from Looper, to This Is the End, to Hunger Games, 22 Jump Street to Get Out to Logan. He did some work on Black Panther and he’s going to be on our show,” executive producer Scott Gimple opened the Walking Dead panel.

“John passed away this week after he was injured doing something he loved, helping tell stories that excite, entertain and give people escape,” Gimple continued, as he read a statement onstage. “He helped make movies and shows for people like everybody in this room. John was someone
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Walking Dead Stuntman's Organs to Be Donated Following Fatal On-Set Fall: 'He Will Touch Countless Others'

Walking Dead Stuntman's Organs to Be Donated Following Fatal On-Set Fall: 'He Will Touch Countless Others'
The family of The Walking Dead stuntman John Bernecker confirmed his death after sustaining “serious injuries” on the set of the AMC drama in Georgia. He was 33.

The announcement was shared on Friday evening via a statement on the nonprofit LifeLink Foundation’s website. The family also revealed that they will donate his organs.

“Although devastated by their loss, John’s loved ones have ensured his legacy will live on, not only through the personal and professional contributions he made during his life, but also by their generous decision to allow John to save lives as an organ donor,” the statement reads.
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‘Walking Dead’ Cast Mourns Death of Stuntman John Bernecker

‘Walking Dead’ Cast Mourns Death of Stuntman John Bernecker
The Walking Dead” cast and others around Hollywood are mourning the loss of stuntman John Bernecker, who died Thursday night after a fall on the show’s Georgia set. “Can’t stop thinking about John Bernecker,” tweeted Jordan Woods-Robinson, who plays Eric Raleigh on the hit zombie drama. “All of my love and hopes for solace goes out to his loved ones and our community.” “I have absolutely no words,” Austin Amelio, who plays Dwight on “The Walking Dead,” tweeted. “My heart is absolutely broken…” Can't stop thinking about John Bernecker. All of my love and hopes for solace goes out to his loved.
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New images from The Walking Dead season 7B

With a little over three weeks to go until The Walking Dead returns, Entertainment Weekly has debuted seven new images from the second half of season seven, which feature Daryl (Norman Reedus), Michonne (Danai Gurira), Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Simon (Steven Ogg), Tara (Alanna Masterson), Rosita (Christian Serratos), Aaron (Ross Marquand), Eric (Jordan Woods-Robinson), Tobin (Jason Douglas), Carl (Chandler Riggs), Ezekiel (Khary Payton) and a few decaying corpses. Check them out here…

The first half of Season 7 saw Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the group broken by Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), forced to fall under his will and brutally convinced to live under his rules. The second half will focus on preparing for war and gathering the supplies and numbers to take Negan down once and for all.

Rick’s group will find out yet again that the world isn’t what they thought it was. It’s much bigger than anything they’ve seen so far.
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Andrew Lincoln to Appear at Walker Stalker Con Atlanta 2016

While The Walker Stalkers host many Walking Dead conventions throughout the year, their biggest one takes place around Halloween in the state where the series is filmed: Georgia. This year’s Walker Stalker Con Atlanta will be brimming with special guests, including Rick Grimes himself, Andrew Lincoln.

Our friends at The Walker Stalkers recently announced that Andrew Lincoln, aka Rick Grimes, will be attending Walker Stalker Con Atlanta for one day only on Sunday, October 30th.

Lincoln is expected to take part in a panel and will also do photo-ops. Further details have yet to be revealed, but fans can expect panel seats and photo-op slots to quickly sell out once they become available to purchase.

This is a rare convention appearance for Lincoln, so fans of the actor and his work who live nearby (or even far away) will not want to miss this, especially since 100% of Lincoln’s
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The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 2 Review – ‘Jss’

Oli Davis reviews The Walking Dead Season One, Episode 2…

Jss.

Directed by Jennifer Lynch.

Written by Seth Hoffman.

Stick fight!

It’s you, isn’t it? God dammit, Enid (Katelyn Nacon). Standing there, hanging out of the car, zombies coming your way. You’re gonna hit the horn. You’re the one that ruined the Rick’s zombie horde plan in last week’s cliffhanger. Damn You. Damn you and you’re stupid emo ways.

Oh…it’s a flashback. Misplaced anger. It’s just, it wasn’t black and white. Black and white means flashback. Simple, effective, but also so last week.

That’s the prologue to Jss, the story of how Enid got to Alexandria. Of how she had to watch (presumably) her parents get eaten by zombies through a car window. How she wrote her mantra Jss (Just Survive Somehow) on trees, with guts, using anything she could.
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Film4 FrightFest 2015 Short Film Lineup Announced

Giving UK horror fans yet another reason to attend their scare-packed festival, the fine folks at Film4 FrightFest have announced their short film lineup that features over thirty shorts, including the cannibalistic wrestling tale, El Gigante:

Press Release: "Film4 FrightFest 2015 has expanded its Short Film Showcase event, with three strands and over thirty shorts from around the world, including eleven World Premieres and seven European Premieres. With films from thirteen countries, this is the most diverse and exciting shorts event yet programmed.

Highlights include the London premiere of actress Karen Gillan’s intense directorial debut Coward, and the UK premiere of Shevenge, a darkly funny tale of revenge, directed by Buffy The Vampire Slayer alum Amber Benson. Local FrightFest alumni will also be returning: screenwriter and director James Moran is back with screams and laughter in Ghosting, and Dan Auty brings us nostalgia and magic children in his new
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"The Walking Dead" - Behind-The-Scenes

Sneak Peek newly released set images, plus new footage from the 90 minute, Season 5 finale of "The Walking Dead", seen by more than 15 million viewers, written by Scott Gimple and directed by Greg Nicotero, that aired March 29, 2015 on AMC:

"...'Daryl' finds himself in trouble...

"...while out on a run.

"Meanwhile, in 'Alexandria', 'Rick' and his group...

"...continue to feel like outsiders...

"...as danger lurks near the gates..."

Guest cast included Corey Brill, Steve Coulter, Major Dodson...

...Ann Mahoney, Elijah Marcano, Katelyn Nacon...

...Jordan Woods-Robinson, Ted Huckabee, Dahlia Legault...

...Michael Traynor, Susie Spear Purcell...

...David Silverman and Tiffany Morgan.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Walking Dead: Conquer"...
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"The Walking Dead: Conquer" - Season Finale

Sneak Peek more footage from the 90 minute, Season 5 Finale of "The Walking Dead", titled "Conquer", written by Scott Gimple and directed by Greg Nicotero, that aired March 29, 2015 on AMC:

"...'Daryl' finds himself in trouble while out on a run.

"Meanwhile, in 'Alexandria', 'Rick' and his group...

"...continue to feel like outsiders as danger lurks near the gates..."

Guest cast includes Corey Brill, Steve Coulter, Major Dodson, Ann Mahoney, Elijah Marcano, Katelyn Nacon, Jordan Woods-Robinson, Ted Huckabee, Dahlia Legault, Michael Traynor, Susie Spear Purcell, David Silverman and Tiffany Morgan.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Walking Dead: Conquer"...
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"The Walking Dead: Conquer"

Sneak Peek new images, plus footage from the 90 minute, Season 5 Finale of "The Walking Dead", titled "Conquer", written by Scott Gimple and directed by Greg Nicotero, airing March 29, 2015 on AMC:

"...'Daryl' finds himself in trouble while out on a run.

"Meanwhile, in 'Alexandria', 'Rick' and his group...

"...continue to feel like outsiders as danger lurks near the gates..."

Guest cast includes Corey Brill, Steve Coulter, Major Dodson, Ann Mahoney, Elijah Marcano, Katelyn Nacon, Jordan Woods-Robinson, Ted Huckabee, Dahlia Legault, Michael Traynor, Susie Spear Purcell, David Silverman and Tiffany Morgan.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Walking Dead: Conquer"...
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"The Walking Dead: Conquer"

Sneak Peek footage from the 90 minute, Season 5 Finale of "The Walking Dead", titled "Conquer", written by Scott Gimple and directed by Greg Nicotero, airing March 29, 2015 on AMC:

"...'Daryl' finds himself in trouble while out on the run.

"Meanwhile, in 'Alexandria', 'Rick' and his group continue to feel like outsiders as danger lurks near the gates..."

Guest cast includes Corey Brill, Steve Coulter, Major Dodson, Ann Mahoney, Elijah Marcano, Katelyn Nacon, Jordan Woods-Robinson, Ted Huckabee, Dahlia Legault, Michael Traynor, Susie Spear Purcell, David Silverman and Tiffany Morgan.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Walking Dead: Conquer"...
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The Walking Dead Recap: The Sun in My Life, It Is Dead

The Walking Dead Recap: The Sun in My Life, It Is Dead
Alexandria could indeed be the safe haven that it appears to be; however, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) continues to refuse to entertain that idea.

"Forget" was played out by the Bee Gees' "Spicks and Specks," and the song summed up Rick's attitude about Alexandria: "Where is the sun / That shone on my head? / The sun in my life / It is dead ... Where is the girl I loved / All along? / The girl that I loved / She's gone."

At this point, nothing really matters for Rick other than maintaining the status quo – that is, simply surviving – because the sun doesn't really flicker
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The Walking Dead Recap: The Sun in My Life, It Is Dead

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The Walking Dead Recap: The Sun in My Life, It Is Dead
Alexandria could indeed be the safe haven that it appears to be; however, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) continues to refuse to entertain that idea. "Forget" was played out by the Bee Gees' "Spicks and Specks," and the song summed up Rick's attitude about Alexandria: "Where is the sun / That shone on my head / The sun in my life / It is dead ... Where is the girl I loved / All along? / The girl that I loved / She's gone." At this point, nothing really matters for Rick other than maintaining the status quo - that is, simply surviving - because the sun doesn't
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'The Walking Dead' Season 5, Episode 11 Recap: Champagne Wishes and S'Getti Rings Dreams

The old adage "If it seems too good to be true, it is" goes double in the world of "The Walking Dead," where initially innocuous people or communities wind up being populated by eye patch-clad maniacs and bloodlusty cannibals. And even when our weary survivors begin a new interaction with caution, things can still go south. That's why I'm not so convinced that Aaron (and later, his boyfriend Eric) is as innocent as he (maybe) seemed by the end of this week's installment, "The Distance." If anything, our group's track record with these types of situations proves that the zombie guts are going to hit the fan at any minute now.

The two communities referenced above, Woodbury and Terminus, are the primary concern for Rick in his initial struggle over whether the group should trust Aaron (Ross Marquand), and the captive doesn't exactly give the sheriff's deputy much reason to change his wary mind.
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