We begin with the Governor brushing someone’s hair. At first we don’t see who it is. It could be the brown-haired woman whom we saw in his bed. It could be Andrea acting out some Lori fantasy role-playing. Then a patch of skin peels off the person’s scalp more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Say the Word," the November 11 episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead," in which Rick and Michonne both have some killing to do, but for different reasons. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-the-walki more
I've had several Walking Dead fans tell me how I'm wrong about Rick descending into madness and that he is actually an amazing leader. It seems like the death of Lori did an excellent job in finally proving I'm right. Is there anyone who would want to be more
Last week, the trailer for the new Brad Pitt zombie movie "World War Z" was released online. Can the slower zombies of "The Walking Dead" compare to the sprinting dead of "World War Z"? Let's check out the latest episode of "The Walking Dead," titled "Say more
Considering the standard set so far by "The Walking Dead" Season 3, "Say the Word" probably qualifies as a "minor" episode. There's no major character deaths, injuries or introductions, but there's still plenty of tension, darkness and intrigue.If anythin more
If it wasn't obvious before, it's obvious now: Woodbury is no Mayberry and the Governor is certainly no Andy Griffith.
Severed heads in fish tanks, the Governor keeping his walker daughter around for family time, and one on one fights surrounded by cla more