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The world we knew is gone. An epidemic of apocalyptic proportions has swept the globe causing the dead to rise and feed on the living. In a matter of months society has crumbled. In a world ruled by the dead, we are forced to finally start living. Based on a comic book series of the same name by Robert Kirkman, this AMC project focuses on the world after a zombie apocalypse. Th more
...e series follows a police officer, Rick Grimes, who wakes up from a coma to find the world ravaged with zombies. Looking for his family, he and a group of survivors attempt to battle against the zombies in order to stay alive.
 
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  • Some Guy

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    Some Guy

    Ask and you shall receive.

    My wish for having more focus on Carol was finally granted on The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 4. I had expressed my disappointment during my review of "Monsters," with how Carol had seemingly taken a back seat thus far, but good things come to those who wait.

    And during this installment, the character was given her time to shine and reminded us all why Carol is a fan favorite.

    There was a lot of anticipation going into this episode after the cliffhanger of Ezekial's people being mowed down during a surprise attack from the Saviors on The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 3. Actually, "mowed down" is putting it lightly, they were literally torn to pieces.

    All the King's horses and all the King's men couldn't be put back together again.

    And yet, I smile.

    Ezekial
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  • Rick and Morales Face Off Against Each Other

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    Rick and Morales Face Off Against Each Other This episode of The Walking Dead, titled "Monsters," delves into who the real monsters are and keeps showing the gang debating each other as they continue their attacks on the Saviors. Rick and Daryl come face-to-face with Morales during their battle at the outpost, and Morales argues that Rick changed just like him and that he's turned into a monster. Daryl also makes some ruthless decisions in the moment. Morgan, Tara and Jesus continue arguing over whether or not it's right to kill the Saviors. And Maggie has to decide whether she can abandon Gregory or let him back into the Hilltop.

    Ezekiel Keeps Smiling

    "Monsters" begins with Ezekiel rallying his troops. The Saviors know they're there and are coming for them. "And yet I smile," he says. "...We will lose not one of our ranks." And they have a foolproof plan. So he, Carol and the others march on. The Saviors rush at a group of them and they pretend to surrender, but then the others from the Kingdom come o...
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  • Monsters

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    Monsters

    Oh how quickly the tides of a battle can turn.

    After taking the fight to Negan at the Sanctuary on the Season Premiere and continuing the four-team assault on the follow-up episode, things were actually looking up for Alexandria, Hilltop, and the Kingdom.

    The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 3 tossed us right back into the action, with Ezekial proclaiming that they will not have a single casualty on their side in the coming battle with the Saviors.

    With all those trees nearby, Ezekial probably should have knocked on some serious wood after his declaration of zero casualties.

    I can't blame the King for feeling overly confident in that moment and inspiring his people. Why shouldn't he be? Up until that point, everything seemed to be going according to plan.

    That is, until the closing moments of the episode.

    They probably have the numbers, but we have strategy.

    Carol
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  • Can Rick and the Gang Take Out the Saviors' Outposts?

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    Can Rick and the Gang Take Out the Saviors' Outposts? Rick and the gang are ready to continue their war on the Saviors in this episode of The Walking Dead, titled "The Damned." They have a precise plan and have broken off into three groups for their next attacks. But are they being too brutal, rash and confident?

    The episode begins with various groups on their next missions. Rick and Daryl are working together with some others; Ezekiel, Carol and their group are recovering from the explosion; and Jesus, Tara, Morgan and Aaron are all getting ready for their next attack.

    The Satellite Attack

    Morgan, Jesus, Tara, Diane and some others are preparing to attack the Saviors' satellite location. Tara says this is just like their attack on the location before, but Morgan wasn't there before. He's pretty confident, though. "I don't die," he says.

    Morgan distracts some Walkers at the fence, and some Saviors show up to find out what's going on. One of our friends swiftly shoots them in the head.

    Jesus, T...
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  • The Dammed

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    The Dammed

    Are we having fun yet?

    After coming out of the gate swinging on The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 1, this installment could have easily taken the typical route of past seasons by easing off the gas and giving us a chance to catch our breath.

    That didn't happen, and it was a pleasant surprise. The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 2 kept the pedal to the metal, with Alexandria, Hilltop, and the Kingdom continuing their relentless assault on the Saviors.

    While the premiere focused solely on the onslaught at the Sanctuary, this episode revealed the larger picture of Rick's plan in sticking it to Negan and kicking him while he's down.

    With four separate plans of attack put into effect concurrently, it made for a well-paced episode. And thankfully, there were no pesky flashbacks or flashforwards to disrupt the action at hand.

    After doing some damage to the Sanctuary -- and Negan's overinflated ego -- on the Season Premiere, Aaro...
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  • Season 8 Premiere The War Against Negan Begins

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    Season 8 Premiere  The War Against Negan Begins Rick and the communities have finally banded together and are ready for all-out war in The Walking Dead season 8 premiere, which is also the 100th episode. They have their first attack planned down to the second. So can they finally take Negan and the Saviors down?

    Preparing for War

    The Walking Dead season 8 premiere, titled "Mercy," begins with Rick and the others all preparing for war. Rick gives a very inspiring speech as he stands with King Ezekiel and Maggie. They found a bigger world and have come together for it. It's theirs by right -- and they'll do what it takes to get it. Only one person has to die, though, and Rick will kill him himself. Ezekiel adds that Rick's his brother and Maggie's his sister. And Maggie adds that they'll live in uncertainty for a while, but the future and their world is theirs if they have faith in each other.

    The show then flashes back to the gang's preparations for the upcoming fight. Carol, Tara, Morgan and ...
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  • [VIDEO] Season 8 Preview: Rick Promises to Kill Negan Himself

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    [VIDEO]  Season 8 Preview: Rick Promises to Kill Negan Himself The long wait for The Walking Dead's All-Out War is almost over. Season 8 promises to be the bloodiest and deadliest season of the series to date. However, it won't be all action, all the time, at least if the latest sneak peeks can be believed. AMC has released two preview clips from the beginning of season 8. While it's not much more than people talking and preparing, it gives a sense of calm before a great storm.
    The first preview is the cold open for the season 8 premiere. In a pretty jarring move, The Walking Dead will evidently open on almost complete silence. The cold open begins with a series of seemingly unrelated and quiet shots, including looks at a cane, a bouquet of flowers and a watch that appears to be stuck in time.

    From there, we see Rick in front of a collected crowd of Hilltop and Kingdom citizens. Rick gives a impassioned speech about going to to war against Negan's men and promising that they will take out the Saviors and anyone like them who ...
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  • Season 7 Finale Does Rick's Group Survive the Battle?

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    Season 7 Finale  Does Rick's Group Survive the Battle? In the season 7 finale of The Walking Dead, titled "The First Day of the Rest of Your Life," Rick and the Alexandrians face down Negan and the Saviors in battle. Things don't go as planned for either group, but since wars are rarely won after a single battle, both sides will live on to fight another day. Meanwhile, a captive Sasha has a tough choice to make, Dwight makes his case as to why Team Family should believe him, and several members of the group have very close calls during the battle. For those of you hoping for some action in this episode, you will not be disappointed.
    Sasha's Journey
    The season finale begins with a shot of Sasha listening to music in a dark, confined space. Sasha tells herself to wake up, and when she opens her eyes, she's back in Alexandria with Abraham. The couple shares several kisses, and then Abraham tells Sasha that Maggie's having a problem with the baby, and Rick is taking her to the Hilltop to get checked out. He also says th...
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  • The First Day of the Rest of Your Life

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    The First Day of the Rest of Your Life

    The war against Negan has finally begun.

    There was certainly concern that The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 16 would be a lot of buildup, the communities coming together for a sit down and then agreeing that it was time to go to war with Negan.

    After all, look at how The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 16 played out by providing what felt like an elongated buildup followed by a lack of payoff. The issue wasn't just because there was a cliffhanger.

    Thankfully, the season finale provided the first real battle to kickstart the larger conflict instead of just another Negan monologue and some character getting "punished" by Lucille.

    It felt like a turning of the tides, especially after the reveal that the garbage people had made a deal with Negan.

    But it also felt like the start of something new, something to look forward to, a chance to see some real push back against a bat-wielding dude who's pretty much held all the cards s...
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  • Rick's People Invade the Oceanside Community

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    Rick's People Invade the Oceanside Community In the 15th episode of season 7 of The Walking Dead, titled "Something They Need," Rick and company travel with Tara to Oceanside in the hopes of getting more guns and convincing the Oceanside group to join their upcoming war against Negan and the Saviors. Meanwhile, Maggie attempts to work with Gregory, Sasha is being held prisoner at the Sanctuary, and we learn the identity of the shadowy figure seen with Rosita at the end of the previous episode. The penultimate episode of season 7 is rather slow, but it does a good job of setting up things up for the finale.
    Team Family Gets a Big Win
    As the episode begins, Tara is telling her people, via voice-over, about the Oceanside community and how they have a lot of guns. Rick asks why she didn't mention this before and Tara explains that she made a promise. The group is on the move to Oceanside to get their guns, but also with the hope of convincing the Oceanside community to join in their war against the Saviors. Wh...
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