Posts Categorized: Reviews

TV Review: The Walking Dead – Wildfire

Please note: these reviews will contain spoilers for both the show and the comic, so be forewarned. In this week’s cold open, Rick is trying to raise Morgan (the father from the first episode) on the radio. He tells him what’s going on, and advises the man to stay away from Atlanta, cautioning that “it… Read more »

TV Review: The Walking Dead – Vatos

Please note: these reviews will contain spoilers for both the show and the comic, so be forewarned. This week opens with Amy and Andrea bonding while fishing for the camp’s next meal. They talk about their double-digit age difference, and the way their father taught them to fish: Andrea played for keeps, Amy was taught… Read more »

TV Review: The Walking Dead – Tell It To the Frogs

Please note: these reviews will contain spoilers for both the show and the comic, so be forewarned. After a manic second episode, The Walking Dead resumes the slow, thoughtful pace that served the pilot so well. So far the show works much better when it takes its time telling stories, rather than chugging along at… Read more »

TV Review: The Walking Dead – Guts

Please note: these reviews will contain spoilers for both the show and the comic, so be forewarned. This show is going to have to walk a fine line between faithful adaptation and covering new ground in order to keep the fans both happy and not bored out of their minds from knowing exactly what’s going… Read more »

TV Review: The Walking Dead – Days Gone Bye

I’ve been reading Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead series for a couple years now, so I was pretty excited to hear that it was being picked up as a TV show. When I learned that it would be on AMC – home to such outstanding dramas as Mad Men and Breaking Bad – I knew… Read more »