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Horror Master John Carpenter Shades ‘Walking Dead’ Stealing From Romero

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Writer Robert Kirkman began The Walking Dead because of curiosity about life in the zombie apocalypse after most movies roll credits, but horror icon John Carpenter isn’t impressed with the creator cribbing from George Romero. The Thing and Halloween director believes The Walking Dead has been “milking” its zombie forefathers, and isn’t worth our time

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‘Walking Dead,’ ‘Fear’ and ‘Preacher’ Shambling Into Comic-Con 2016

Comic Con 2016 Walking Dead Preacher Panel
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Perhaps no TV panel at Comic-Con is ever so anticipated as The Walking Dead, but doubly so for 2016, to gain any insight into Negan’s victim by a first trailer. We’ll find out, as AMC has officially booked The Walking Dead, its Fear-ful companion and Preacher for the big show in San Diego this year.

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AMC’s ‘Preacher’ Renewed For Expanded Season 2

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If the unilateral praise for AMC’s Preacher weren’t enough to guarantee a second season, certainly its wealth of talent and AMC’s bare-bones slate would guarantee it a spot, right? Either way, consider Preacher Jesse Custer officially booked to spread the word of God for Season 2, and this time with a longer mass.

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‘Preacher’ Post-Show Analysis Season 1, Episode 5: ‘South Will Rise Again’

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AMC’s Preacher follows small-town Texas pastor Jesse Custer, his former partner-in-crime Tulip, and a foul-mouthed Irish vampire named Cassidy as they attempt to find God in a godless world. Matt Wilson, a devotee of the Vertigo comic series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, and Elle Collins, a returning parishioner with a dose of skepticism, are checking in to see what they find on the dusty trail in ComicsAlliance’s new recap series, Gospel Truth.

This week finds Jesse holding court in a local diner, Tulip aiming once again to reverse Jesse’s turn to the Lord, some forgiveness for Eugene, and a surprising turn for Quincannon. "South Will Rise Again" was directed by Michael Slovis and written by Craig Rosenberg.

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‘Preacher’ Post-Show Analysis: Season 1, Episode 4: ‘Monster Swamp’

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AMC’s Preacher follows small-town Texas pastor Jesse Custer, his former partner-in-crime Tulip, and a foul-mouthed Irish vampire named Cassidy as they attempt to find God in a godless world. Matt Wilson, a devotee of the Vertigo comic series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, and Elle Collins, a returning parishioner with a dose of skepticism, are checking in to see what they find on the dusty trail in ComicsAlliance’s new recap series, Gospel Truth.

In this week’s episode, “Monster Swamp,” Jesse attempts to reel a big fish from the community into his church, Tulip unleashes righteous anger over a deadly accident, and Cassidy strikes a deal. The episode was directed by Craig Zisk and written by Sara Goodman.

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‘The Walking Dead’ Had EVERY Cast Member Shoot Negan Death Scenes

Walking Dead Season 7 Negan Victim Cast
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It’s no secret that The Walking Dead had its work cut out to keep its big Season 6 death under wraps, awkwardly positioning the cliffhanger as something spoiler-hounds could easily sniff out in Season 7 production. We’d heard of at least some precautions taken to keep the victim a secret, but it seems The Walking Dead is sparing no expense, shooting death scenes for every single character involved.

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‘The Walking Dead’ Auditioned Negan Model Henry Rollins for the Role

The Walking Dead Negan Henry Rollins Audition
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Long before The Walking Dead confirmed Negan to arrive with the Season 6 finale, fans touted suggestion after suggestion of actors perfectly suited to the bombastic role. Chief among them, perhaps, was music icon Henry Rollins, on whom Negan’s comic likeness was actually based, who now admits he’d actually auditioned for the role that Jeffrey Dean Morgan ultimately claimed.

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Is This How ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Is Keeping Negan’s Victim Under Wraps?

Walking Dead Season 7 Death Shooting Out of Order
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Apart from the obvious, one of the bigger questions raised by The Walking Dead Season 6 finale’s mystery killing lay in how Season 7 filming would keep said identity under wraps, given the rabid on-set spying that already gave away several Season 6 twists. A new comment from executive producer Greg Nicotero might offer a window into that added security, but how fool-proof is it?

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‘Preacher’ Boss Confirms Elizabeth Perkins’ Vyla Quincannon Cut

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Sunday’s newest episode of Preacher introduced us to one of the AMC comic drama’s leading antagonists in the form of Jackie Earle Haley’s Odin Quincannon, but at least a few fans were left scratching their head at the absence of other Quincannons from early casting. Now, boss Sam Catlin confirms that Elizabeth Perkins and Lucas Neff’s roles were cut from the series, despite a brief pilot appearance.

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‘Preacher’ Post-Show Analysis: Season 1, Episode 2: ‘See’

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AMC’s Preacher follows small-town Texas pastor Jesse Custer, his former partner-in-crime Tulip, and a foul-mouthed Irish vampire named Cassidy as they attempt to find God in a godless world. Matt Wilson, a devotee of the Vertigo comic series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, and Elle Collins, a returning parishioner with a dose of skepticism, are checking in to see what they find on the dusty trail in ComicsAlliance’s new recap series, Gospel Truth.

This week’s episode, “See,” finds Jesse trying to make good on his promise to be the shepherd to his flock, while Cassidy deals with some sinister pursuers, and Tulip plans out a big score. The episode was directed by Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen and written by Sam Catlin.

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