Today's favorite television program may be tomorrow's barely-watchable pile of crap. Why?
The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury is a piece of the Robert Kirkman mythos for dedicated Walking Dead followers only.
Horror as a genre has finally made a mark on the television landscape.
Television likes to reuse ideas, which can be good and bad, depending on how it's handled.
No matter how carefully these folks prepare, there is bound to be something to get in their way.
Novelist Jay Bonasinga, author of the popular Walking Dead tie-in novels chats about zombies, the horror genre and writing
Experience the chaos in Savannah as Lee Everett and company march towards the season finale.
Weaker in all of the areas that make the series stand out until the end.
For a film made for about $100,000 and with a cast of unknowns, its impact not only on the horror genre, but all other kinds of films as well, cannot be underestimated.
"Long Road Ahead" is paced a little differently than the previous episodes and is a little more languid and sentimental.