Well, I can’t accuse The Walking Dead of being inconsistent. The season finale perfectly encapsulated the entirety of season 3 — a lot of padding, a few great character moments, and most of all, SOME TOTAL BULLSHIT. Read More... http://feeds.g more
The Walking Dead finished season 3 with a fight between Woodbury and the Prison. The episode ended in an unexpected way with many deaths. Check out the biggest shockers from "Welcome to the Tombs." http://www.buddytv.com/slideshows/the-walking-dead-season more
The most telling line in "The Walking Dead" Season 3 finale came from the Governor: "In this life now, you kill or you die. Or you die and you kill."More than the mantra of a homicidal lunatic, the choice of whether or not to buy into that way of thinking more
Woodbury vs. the Prison is finally going down. The result ends up being a pretty huge shocker. The war has loads of action and violence, but the most exciting parts are the transformations of several characters. "Welcome to the Tombs" reveals who really i more
The Walking Dead Season 3 exploded out of the gate offering up fast paced, tense, and shocking moments from the get go that really defined the direction this particular season was headed.
And yet, after the hiatus, it felt as if the episodes stumbled a more
Two core characters fail to make it out alive as the AMC zombie drama takes a major detour from the comic series it is based on.
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Welcome to the Tombs," the third season finale of AMC's "The Walking Dead," in which the Governor's forces converge on the prison, while Andrea and Milton get a room. http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/season-finale more