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Morgan Takes Aim in the New Teaser for The Walking Dead

by Jeff Fountainon February 16, 2018
On Sunday, February 25th, at 9 pm on AMC, The Walking Dead returns with episode 809 entitled “Honor”. Episode description: Rick faces new difficulties after a battle. Meanwhile, the fight continues in other communities as core members face hard decisions. Written by: Matt Negrete, Channing Powell Directed by: Greg Nicotero
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Review: The Walking Dead’s Mid-Season Finale ‘How It’s Gotta Be’ Fails to Deliver

by Jeff Fountainon December 11, 2017
*SPOILERS AHEAD* With the season eight mid-season eight finale in the books, I can say The Walking Dead is now officially running on the fumes of great stories and seasons gone by. So many bizarre plot holes, idiotic decisions by characters, it has gotten to the point that this is now what I expect every […]

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The Walking Dead Review: ‘Time for After’ is Predictable and Uninspiring

by Jeff Fountainon December 4, 2017
*SPOILERS AHEAD* The only thing The Walking Dead has done consistently this season is being predictable in all the worst kind of ways. Sure, there have been a few moments where things have events have taken a left turn, or a character has done something different and interesting, but for the most part it’s been […]
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The Walking Dead Review: ‘The King, The Widow, And Rick’ is Consistently Inconsistent

by Jeff Fountainon November 27, 2017
*SPOILERS AHEAD* The Walking Dead is sometimes the victim of its own success, with far too many storylines to follow and not enough time to do it right. Cutting corners seems logical except for the fact that, especially this year, too many things make no sense and too many characters are just making dumb decisions. […]

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The Walking Dead Review: Excitement and Tension are Back in ‘Some Guy’

by Jeff Fountainon November 14, 2017
It is amazing what some excellent writing, great acting, and solid direction will accomplish. After three lackluster episodes to ring in season eight, we finally had an episode full of drama, tension, and excitement with ‘Some Guy’. Even another long-winded speech from Ezekiel wasn’t enough to ruin the great overall feel of dread and tension […]
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The Walking Dead Review: All Out War Stumbles Again in ‘The Damned’

by Jeff Fountainon October 30, 2017
*SPOILERS AHEAD* There is nothing worse than a show that tries so hard to create some tension when in fact there is really none there. This week in ‘The Damned’, the good guys on The Walking Dead continue their all-out assault on The Saviors and their ammunition reserves in a continuation of the planned out […]

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The Walking Dead Review: ‘Mercy’ is a Confusing and Frustrating Beginning to Season Eight

by Jeff Fountainon October 23, 2017
I have been eagerly awaiting the start of this season, especially after suffering through the long and drawn out storylines that plagued season seven. I understand the need for this but it doesn’t need to take up a whole season and drag the momentum they build up in any one episode down like it has […]

Comic Book Men’s Mike Zapcic Talks New Season, Comic World

by Jeff Fountainon October 21, 2017
Recently we had the chance to talk with Mike Zapcic about all things comics and the upcoming seventh season of Comic Book Men. You started reading comics at a very young age. Do you remember a specific moment when you realized just how much you enjoyed comics and what it was about them that was […]

The Walking Dead’s Pollyanna McIntosh Talks All Things Jadis

by Jeff Fountainon October 21, 2017
Recently we had a chance to talk with Pollyanna McIntosh, who discussed her life on The Walking Dead as the interesting and unique character Jadis. Were you always interested in pursuing an acting career or was that something that evolved over time? Pollyanna: You know, from about nine years old my mom realized that I […]
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The Walking Dead Review: Finally, War is here in “The First Day of the Rest of Your Life”

by Jeff Fountainon April 3, 2017
After a messy first eight episodes, followed by eight more building to the war with the Saviors, season seven felt like it really lost its way. Sure, the first episode was explosive (sorry) and last night’s finale was good fun, but they were like book ends on a season that had too many episodes that […]