Welcome to Killer Thursday, where everything goes bump-in-the-night…
The group, short another member, is trying to get out of walker-infested Atlanta. The CDC was a bust. Cracks in the group are starting to show and resentments are growing. Rick, the protector, tries ever harder to keep them all together and save everyone, though he’s plagued with doubts of his own. Their chances look grim but Rick’s motto is “a slim chance is better than none.”
I couldn’t agree more. Now, somebody get me a machete.
There’s more Walking Dead fun to be had online. AMC has a series of webisodes about Bicycle Girl. Check ’em out here. I wonder if they’ll have a series on the little girl with the teddy bear *shudders with delight*.
And now for the results of the best/worst zombie flicks of all-time poll. Lets see what you guys though:
For Best Zombie Movie Ever, Zombieland (2009) wins the prize with Night of the Living Dead (1968) and Shaun of the Dead (2004) tying for a close second.
Resident Evil (2002) takes the title of Worst Zombie Movie of All time (awww come on guys. Milla Jovovich!), with The Crazies (2010) taking second.