Mmmm nah. AMC still been a bunch of pussies by not showing a bit of good ole bloodshed & violence.
Instead I got Sayid telling me how they fought back. Then they proceeded to show this. Not seeing the red wedding vibes. At all.
Where’s, the violence, the bloodshed, the despair, the pain & the misery?.
I wouldn’t of shown that. I’d of gone all in like the hard bastard that I am.
I’d done a better job, something really strawberry floated up.
I’d have alpha behead them with a potato peeler & when she starts chopping around the neck faster, she looks directly to the camera with a wry smile on her face sending you the hint of your next mummy strawberry floater.
Now that to me, is horror. Not some two bit teeny bopper story about the good guys taking on the local ASBO kids outside the local Spar shop.
Also watched episode 16.
Oooooooo. Big snow storm. Yeah that was about it. Not a lot happened.
Negan taking the mick out of Gabriel, & Negan Judith & dog where the highlights.
That really is it, I mean there was some woman on a radio. Whoopie strawberry floating doo. I mean for all I know that could of been my great grandma.
Nothing happened in this episode. Come back Scott Gimple, all is forgiven
The recently announced third “Walking Dead” series has cast three major roles, Variety has learned exclusively.
Alexa Mansour, Nicolas Cantu, and Hal Cumpston will all star in the new series, which is said to follow two female protagonists and focus on the first generation to come-of-age in the zombie apocalypse. A second lead female role has yet to be cast.
AMC would not comment on specifics for any of the characters, but sources describe Mansour’s character as a good-natured rule breaker who lives for today. She is likable and funny on the outside but sad on the inside.
Cantu’s character is said to be small for his age in addition to being friendly and an old soul. He also has a black belt in karate.
Cumpston’s character is said to be big for his age. He is a shy loner that scares some kids, but he hates the fact that he scares people.
Ad7 wrote:Do you know what would have been really genuinley shocking? If the final reveal on The poles had been Rick's head. That would have been incredible and out of nowhere, instead of a bunch of red shirts.
Feeling a bit tired of this now, haven't watched any of the latest season of Fear the Walking Dead yet. I doubt I'll even go near the third show. Might leave this one for now too and just binge it sometime instead.
I’ve not actually watched any of Fear the Walking Dead series 5, 4th was that bad I can’t bring myself to even give it a go. TWD S 7&8 were bad but nowhere near Fear series 4 bad. Looking forward to S10 starting of TWD though, series 9 was a welcome return to form.
“The third installment of the franchise will feature two young female protagonists and focus on the first generation to come-of-age in the apocalypse as we know it. Some will become heroes. Some will become villains. In the end, all of them will be changed forever. Grown-up and cemented in their identities, both good and bad.”