What The Walking Dead does lack for is excitement—not just from critics, but also from fans—and this half-season will be its chance to gain it back. The show can still execute a bizarre zombie
Oct 24, 2016 · Watch video · This story contains spoilers for The Walking Dead Season 7 premiere. If you’re feeling traumatized by the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead, you aren’t alone.
Why I’m quitting the ‘Walking Dead’ franchise of a zombie novel and watch “The Walking Dead” on AMC. As that show’s ratings for people who like “The Walking Dead” with whinier
So instead of The Walking Dead, I got my horror fix from Ash vs Evil Dead, which had all the gore you could want in addition to a great cast and a healthy dose of fun.
Greg Nicotero, who directed the Season 7 premiere of «The Walking Dead,» thinks it’s «a knee-jerk reaction» for people to threaten to quit watching.
“Ugly” is a fitting description for The Walking Dead and the philosophy of deterministic meaninglessness plus the desperate search for freedom from the series’ horror that drives the show. Let me showcase three things that finally caused me to stop watching.
Now that The Walking Dead’s sixth season has ended in spectacularly infuriating fashion, it’s time. It’s time to end the goddamn madness and stop watching this awful show.
For a show that tries to have so many quiet, thoughtful moments, it’s shocking how The Walking Dead can be about so little at the same time. The hook of the series has long since gone from the
If all the people who threatened to stop watching «The Walking Dead» over the years really did quit, the Season 7 premiere would not have had such knockout ratings.
Oct 24, 2016 · Contempt for its viewers is The Walking Dead’s greatest sin I can already hear the show’s defenders, and they are certainly out there by the millions, in spite of the way TWD treats its audience.
Despite being loyal fans for six seasons, there are several viewers who have declared they are quitting The Walking Dead. And to those fans, director Greg Nicotero has a message. And to those fans
Really people, stop acting like the show is dead. Giving up on the show now would be like running 99% of a marathon then giving up just before you make it to the end.
But the problem is that The Walking Dead isn’t a story. It’s just a monotonous drone of people in pain. The fact that the writers are able to make you actually care about these characters while they torture them for your viewing pleasure shouldn’t be taken as a evidence that the show is any good as a story.
We need to talk about “The Walking Dead” — so we can stop talking about it for good. I’ve finally quit the show. Cut all ties and plunged a knife into its skull. Maybe I’ll be back