Three episodes in and it's OK so far. Not digging this season as much as I thought I would. Dare I say it? This season has been pretty boring to me, for the most part. Hopefully it'll grab me, but even the third episode in and it was just meh to me. I get it.
Post by Sorcerer911 on Jul 11, 2018 15:19:37 GMT -5
I Know I read about that on another website. (Andrew Lincoln Leaving the THE WALKING DEAD TV Show after season 9) I can't remember which website though, it made it sound official, and I also heard about it on the Youtube website, I don't remember from which videoclip though. This makes me wonder whether or not Season 9 is the Final Season of "THE WALKING DEAD" TV Show or not, or if there'll be a new Main Character instead.
Post by MacReadyOrNot on Jan 31, 2020 9:19:40 GMT -5
I've never read any of the comic, but I was a fan of this show for a long time. Would have loved to have seen Frank Darabont's vision for the rest of his version of The Walking Dead, but he was kick to the curb, so to speak, after the second season, I believe.
Scott Wilson was great on this series. He will be missed.
My top five favortie characters, in retrospect: Maggie Morgan Michonne Hershel Glenn
The series had been going bad since then, but with eveything that was happening, news of what Andrew Lincoln was doing, and so on and so forth I lost interest. Didn't much care for where Gimple was leading this show.
I liked The Governor the best of the human villains. Negan was . . . I don't know. Mishandled. Not to say Jeffrey Dean Morgan doesn't do one hell of a job playing him, I just . . . Negan's a bit annoying.
The fake outs killed it for me too. Too many of them. Played for shock value. Became more and more of a soap opera, cliffhanger hour than an actual show with gravitas.
Windows: "Childs, what if we're wrong about him?!" Childs: "Well then we're wrong!"
I started watching after a few series had aired. Started off great but started to get a bit repetitive. Loved when they where in the prison and after that it went a bit downhill. At least they tend to be sticking to the same places as it tended to be them finding a place, building it up and then it getting destroyed and them having to find somewhere else.
Loved the governor. Negan is good and often has some really funny lines. I don't hate the whole saviour war part as much as some people appear to have but it did drag a bit.
Same issue I suppose with the whispers. The concept was really interesting with them wearing the skins. I actually really liked it when they didn't know who they where and seemed to wonder what was happening e.g. where the zombies developing new skills such as speech? I feel it added to the mystery and made them scarier. Once they revealed them to just be people with masks it became a lot less interesting