The Walking Dead 7×11 Review: Hostiles and Calamities

The Walking Dead‘s ‘Hostiles and Calamities’ tells the story of two men, one having the best day ever and the other…not so much. And while last week’s episode covered multiple storylines, across various territories, it look’s like we’re back to covering one…

The Walking Dead 7×10 Review: New Best Friends, Reunions, and Junkyard Zombies

I’m going to be real with you here The Walking Dead family…’New Best Friends’ is my favorite episode of Season 7, hands down! The Walking Dead has suffered greatly in the past couple seasons by separating our survivors and making us wait…

The Walking Dead: 10 Favorite Moments from ‘Rock in the Road’

The Walking Dead‘s ‘Rock in the Road’ feels like the mid-season premiere we deserved after all the pain of the first half of season 7. There’s hope and promise for a better life for Rick & Co. that isn’t full…

The Walking Dead: 7 Moments That Remind Us Why Richonne is Endgame

Finding love in the middle of the apocalypse on The Walking Dead is no easy feat. Zombies, a lack of food or shelter, and other humans (which are the biggest enemy of all) shift your priorities away from finding a…

The Walking Dead 7×08 Mid-Season Finale Review: Hearts Still Beating

The Walking Dead’s mid-season finale “Hearts Still Beating” is my favorite episode, hands down. And it’s not because they killed Spencer and we got to see Negan (aka the hottie known as Jeffrey Dean Morgan) act all domestic. Oh no,…

The Walking Dead 7×07 Review: Sing Me a Song Called the End of Negan

Alexandria is finally done with Negan’s shit in The Walking Dead’s “Sing Me a Song.” Michonne, Rosita, Eugene, Spencer, and even Carl, are shaking things up and making waves in an effort to kill the man who murdered Glenn and…

The Walking Dead 7×06 Review: We Are All Tara Chambler

I’ve always been a little hesitant about Tara Chambler. There was just something about her that didn’t click with me. Maybe it was her introduction, she first hit the scene with the Governor against Rick & Co. Or maybe it…

The Walking Dead 7×05 Review: The Rise of Maggie Rhee

When it really comes down to it, being a leader isn’t a popularity contest or a competition to see who can one up the other with vicious lies. True leadership is the ability to lead by example with humility and…

The Walking Dead 7×04 Review: Service & Negan Mind Games 101

Negan’s special brand of mind games continued in The Walking Dead‘s “Service.” And while the Saviors first visit to Alexandria didn’t go like I expected, aka him killing someone to teach them a lesson about obedience like scared little puppies, he did…

The Walking Dead 7×03 Review: Daryl Will Kneel To Negan…Eventually

Daryl and Dwight are both on a journey of survival where the kind of men they are, aka the armor/shield they use to help them get through life, will lead them down vastly different roads in The Walking Dead’s “The…

7 Things We Loved About The Walking Dead’s “The Well”

Welcome to The Kingdom in The Walking Dead’s “The Well”! This local post-apocalyptic renaissance fair, includes attractions like a man with a tiger named Shiva, a bustling school in a gazebo, choir practice, horse riding, and gardening! Note: Garden has…

My Giant Love/Hate Letter to The Walking Dead

Beware MAJOR Walking Dead spoilers ahead… The Walking Dead is my favorite show to say the very least. Anyone who holds a conversation with me longer than five minutes will learn this very quickly. My love for this show defies anyone’s…

It’s Easy to Say Nothing on The Walking Dead

It’s easy to say nothing. That’s been the prevailing sentiment when it comes to spoilers for The Walking Dead Season 7 at interviews and events like SDCC and NYCC. No spoilers, no hints, nothing to clue us in on what…