This interesting twist on a popular horror genre is longer lived that expected.
It is unwatchable as aired with interstitial commercials. Fortunately I employ ethical usenet: commercials long since killed.
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After the necessary genocide of obamacare reaches its ceiling... and parts of the country collapse from economic strain of wishful thinking signed blank checks and assuming the country doesn't instead break into factions of ideologies a different kind of preparedness will be required
Review posted on Wednesday, September 18th 2013 at 3:42 am
pirating in the flesh or visa versaRating: 13 likes, 1 dislikes
A glimmer of a cure as comic relief citing washington dc [fecklessness]
Find a remission agent or infect yourself with a Z-plague to be invisible. That corner is writing itself a bit too quickly with plot stretching and battle star droning threatening show death in the other bound
I gotta hand it to all those involved in the making of this show. They all, everyone of them, do an outstanding job of convincing viewers to believe. The show is indeed enchanting, but it's simply not entertaining. And I don't need more anxiety.
Review posted on Wednesday, March 19th 2014 at 5:02 am
Why is this show even popular?Rating: 0 likes, 7 dislikes
This is a totally boring series. There's more talk and discussions than anything else. Rick is a wimp along with the kid that plays his son. The positive side to this show and probably the only thing positive is the zombies look pretty good.Sometimes I have to wonder if the zombies are rationed per episode since sometimes you hardly see any. Rick also always wants help but is seldom willing to give help to anyone.
Review posted on Tuesday, April 1st 2014 at 8:57 pm