The Walking Dead Season 4, Episode 12: “Still” didn’t do much to propel the plot forward, but it did allow us to get to know and understand Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) on a different level. We learned that despite Beth’s hop more
The Walking Dead Season 4, Episode 12 (“Still”) was an emotionally charged hour that ended with Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) burning down a house, but the episode had us enthralled from the get-go. Even though Beth was chatty more
Ladies, we finally earned ourselves forty minutes of pure Daryl Dixon, and you can thank Beth for intoxicating him so we could learn more about his pre-zombie apocalypse world. Since we haven't seen much of Daryl since Merle died, it was a relief to final more
The Walking Dead spend "Still" following the journey of Daryl and Beth. They fought through desperation, their personal despair and came to a place of hope.
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Sarah Jones, a 27-year-old camera operator, was killed on the Savannah set of the Allman brothers biopic a little over a week ago, and her shocking a tragic passing — she was killed while filming on train tracks — has sent shock waves around Hollywood. Sa more
The Walking Dead Season 4, Episode 12: “Still” may have focused only on Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and Beth Greene (Emily Kinney), but Episode 11: “Claimed” provided us with even more details of Michonne’s (Danai Gurira) past thanks to Carl Grimes’ (Chan more
Behold the "foreshadowing" spoon! You have to pay attention to the little things on The Walking Dead Season 4. Robert Kirkman said fans would be shocked by the hints they missed in the first half, and Gale Anne Hurd said there's always a reason behind why more
Those train tracks are The Walking Dead Season 4’s own yellow brick road. We just don’t know where they’re going — and the words “Sanctuary” and “Terminus” are both enticing and unnerving. Still, all roads seem to lead to Terminus eventually, maybe even f more