The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus Cried For An Hour Before Filming Mid-Season Finale

- 11-21-14Comics, TV Posted by Derek Robertson

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Those of us who watch The Walking Dead (which will more than likely be most of us then) know the character of Daryl Dixon to be a tough-as-nails, no-holds-barred, crossbow-wielding-badass. As for Norman Reedus – the actor who plays Daryl – maybe not so much. In a recent magazine interview, Reedus opened up about filming the mid-season finale, which has still to air a week on Sunday, and revealed that he cried for an hour in preparation for filming. (more…)

Kirkman Explains Something Weird in this Season’s ‘Walking Dead’

- 11-17-14Comics, TV Posted by Adam A. Donaldson

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Do you watch The Walking Dead weekly? Do you remember Beth (Emily Kinney)? Are you starting to think that her sister Maggie (Lauren Cohan) doesn’t? You’re not alone. Aside from all the other unanswered questions in the fifth season of The Walking Dead, the biggest may be why Maggie isn’t more concerned about the whereabouts of her half-sister Beth, or more to the point, why she hasn’t even taken two-and-a-half seconds out of the very busy season to ponder the question: “I wonder what happened to Beth?” Fortunately, Walking Dead comic creator and series executive producer Robert Kirkman has appeared with an answer. An oddly pragmatic and straightforward answer, but an answer nonetheless. (more…)

TV REVIEW: ‘The Walking Dead’ S5E6 – “Consumed”

- 11-17-14Featured, reviews, TV Posted by Regina Lizik

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“Consumed” is an episode where nothing happens, and yet you cannot take your eyes off of the screen. The action is in the chemistry between Melissa McBride (Carol) and Norman Reedus (Daryl) and their inner thoughts. What matters is what is unsaid.  (more…)

TV REVIEW: ‘The Walking Dead’ S5E5 – “Self Help”

- 11-10-14Featured, reviews, TV Posted by Regina Lizik

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The Walking Dead always challenges our views on what it means to be strong, the price of that strength and whether or not it’s better to be strong alone or with others. In the fifth episode of season 5, we learn how cowards and brave men help themselves and make the choice to help others.  (more…)

TV REVIEW: ‘The Walking Dead’ S5E4 – “Slabtown”

- 11-03-14Featured, reviews, TV Posted by Regina Lizik

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Beth Greene doesn’t get a lot of love from fans or characters of The Walking Dead. Even her own sister, Maggie, seems to forget about her. In “Slabtown,” Beth reminds everyone why she’s worth remembering.  (more…)

TV REVIEW: ‘The Walking Dead’ S5E3 – Four Walls And A Roof

- 10-27-14Featured, reviews, TV Posted by Regina Lizik

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The opening scene of this episode is as gruesome as last week’s closing one. Gareth shares his hunt or be hunted philosophy while the group feasts on Bob.  Clearly, Gareth has watched too many movies and he thinks he has to talk endlessly about his evil plans and play with his food. He’s not the hipster evil mastermind we all thought he was.  (more…)

‘The Walking Dead’ Creator Robert Kirkman Responds to “Rick’s Still in a Coma” Theory

- 10-24-14Comics, TV Posted by Mark Poynter

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Since everyone loved Gotham‘s crazy Cobblepot is really the Joker fan theory so much, how could we not bring you one of The Walking Dead‘s most persistent fan theories that says that Rick Grimes never woke from his coma and the entire Zombie Apocalypse is just a coma induced dream. This fan theory has been around for a long time. Even before The Walking Dead took to the television airwaves, back when it was just an unknown black and white comic book, I remember people discussing that this better not be a Coma dream in the end. Robert Kirkman finally decided to weigh in and settle the matter with a few tweets today. (more…)

Did You Ever Notice ‘The Walking Dead’s’ Easter Eggs Involving Clocks?

- 10-21-14Cool Stuff, TV Posted by Aspry Jones

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I’m terrible with easter eggs unless they’re right smack dab in my face. And also have to do with comic book characters. While I’m talking about comic book characters, thanks to Robert Kirkmann’s winning series, ‘The Walking Dead,’ let’s center on the television show. Yeah, we hunt eggs on this site from time to time. We found a bunch of stuff from ‘The Flash.’ Then there was ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ buzz, because that movie could do no wrong around here. Once, there were physical ‘Walking Dead’ easter eggs to talk about in a post. But unlike that time when we found The Governor’s patio umbrella in Terminus, the eggs I’m talking about have been going on since the beginning of Season One. (more…)

TV REVIEW: ‘The Walking Dead’ S5E2 – “Strangers”

- 10-20-14Featured, reviews, TV Posted by Regina Lizik

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Last week, our survivors faced the most frightening human foes to date and Eugene finally revealed his knowledge of a potential, viable cure. “Strangers” picks up where the premiere left off, with the group desperate to leave the gruesome events of “No Sanctuary” far behind them, but some horrors you simply cannot outrun.  (more…)

The RadioBastard Podcast RUNS PODCAST-TOWN

- 10-19-14Featured, Nerd Culture Posted by Jeremy R! Hudson

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Here at RadioBastard, we pride ourselves on providing an entertaining, economical and culturally enriching experience for you, our loyal listener. To accomplish this, our engineers work tirelessly to fill the program with celebrity impressions and other silly voices that would get a beginner stand-up comedian exiled from the chuckle hut circuit. We also offer the kind of cracker jack insight into the latest in entertainment “news”, human oddities and taco happenings that can only be achieved by two grown men who are woefully under-prepared, over-confident and absent all fucks. They have no f**ks to give, thus they do not give a f*ck and they are passing that f**klessness on TO YOU!

This week on the show: (more…)