Posts Tagged ‘zombies’

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. […]

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 […]


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 […]

Review: Fear the Walking Dead Plays it Safe in the Two Hour Season Finale

by Jeff Fountainon October 16, 2017
*SPOILERS AHEAD* As I look back on season three and try and figure out what the writers were trying to do, I can’t help but feel a little cheated. Sure there were some deaths, such as Ofelia, Travis and in the end, the whole Otto family, but I’m not really sure if there was ever […]

Interview: Brittany Allen

by Jeff Fountainon October 15, 2017
Recently we had the chance to talk with Brittany about her unconventional zombie apocalypse move It Stains the Sands Red. Was acting something you always wanted to do or did you discover it later on, like a happy accident? Brittany: It was something I always wanted to do. I would invite all the neighbors over […]

Fear the Walking Dead Review: You Can’t Always Go Home in “El Matadero”

by Jeff Fountainon October 9, 2017
In an episode that has Alicia trying to strike out on her own and the survivors of the Ranch heading for the damn in hopes of finding shelter and re-uniting Ofelia with her father, the concept of home becomes more skewered, begging the question, is there anywhere survivors of this apocalypse can really call home? […]


Fear the Walking Dead Review: Alicia Takes Command in “This Land Is Your Land”

by Jeff Fountainon October 2, 2017
Well, this was the episode that was all set up to finally make Alicia a relevant character and not the whiny, pouty little girl we have all come to know and love. People locked in a pantry/bunker, air running out, zombie hoard outside…everything was set for her to be the leader and make the tough […]

Fear the Walking Dead Review: Family Loyalties and Supreme Chaos in “Brother’s Keeper”

by Jeff Fountainon September 25, 2017
Well, I wasn’t expecting that. In “Brother’s Keeper”, we watch exiled Troy and wannabe leader Jake go head to head while the Ranch faces a threat it has never seen before. But in the end, as is usually the case in these apocalyptic zombie shows, we are left with the question of who is really […]


Fear the Walking Dead Review: It’s All About the Water in “La Serpiente”

by Jeff Fountainon September 18, 2017
Ok, so in any zombie apocalypse there are obviously a few things you can’t go without and water has to be at the top of that list. So it was inevitable that the group from the Ranch and those at the dam would eventually meet in some way, shape or form. As it turns out, […]

Movie Review: ‘It Stains the Sands Red’ Breathes Life into the World of Zombies

by Jeff Fountainon September 15, 2017
I know, I know, more zombies. Aren’t we all sick of this genre by now? However, before you turn away I’m very happy to say that It Stains the Sands Red takes the tired genre and gives it a different look and spin, providing some funny, original and almost endearing moments. The success of the […]