The Walking Dead Episode 1

November 1, 2010 by Post Team 

The Walking Dead Episode 1, Advertising men of the ghosts of intelligence for patients with cancer of cooking methods, AMC has a propensity to develop shows about many different topics. With “The Walking Dead”, which premiered earlier this evening, the cable channel can now be added to the list of zombies.

Adapted from the compelling, if bleak graphic novel by Robert Kirkman, the undead drama stars Andrew Lincoln (also known as the British Login happy she is in love with Keira Knightley in “Love, Actually”) as Rick Grimes a small-town sheriff. In an opening scene-setting tone, Rick see what looks like a girl walking down the dirty shoes. Except, of course, she’s not a girl, she is a zombie. He shoots him in the head.

We have a decline in happier times no zombie. Rick and his partner Shane Walsh complain about the women in his life when they are called in the security measure during a shoot (is it just me, or all of these police shootings too bad considering how close it is parked in Criminals?). Rick is beaten and collapses on the screen fades to black and get confused images of Shane comes to visit in the hospital with flowers.

Rick finally awakens from his coma, and said aloud by a nurse is not there. He makes his way through a dirty hospital corridor full of bullet holes, until it finds a set of closed doors with the words “Do Not Open – Dead Inside” printed on it – what the long white fingers reaching Rick even more jarring. In a sequence of time, the representative of the law runs to the stairs and exit the building, only to find a heap of others dead, a swarm of flies. Making his way up the adjacent hill, is a helicopter and military equipment left scattered, which raises the question: What has happened? Zombies, that’s what – the undead bodies going forward, even if, for example, its entire bottom halves have started and are just a torso by pulling them across the floor.

After searching the home for traces of his wife Lori and son Carl, Rick is beaten in the head by a young African-American, whose father wants to know where the wound is Rick. (The zombies, you see, infect humans by biting them.) After Rick explained that he had been in a hospital in a coma, father and son – and Duane Morgan – gradually begin to trust Rick and brief him on apocalyptic scene around them.

Back home, Rick realizes that his wife should have escaped, for all your photo albums have been (Morgan, whose wife is now a zombie, you agree that this was a very feminine thing to do) , and made plans to go to Atlanta, where he is supposed to be military protection that the government is trying to find a way to resolve this mess. To prepare himself for his journey, Rick goes to his police station to pick up guns and gives some to Morgan – who plans to use his wife to shoot a zombie, to put them out of their misery. Rick also is still in a compassionate mood, and the average burst body was found at the beginning of what may eventually die (“Sorry, this happened to you.”)

Then, in most of the episode of agitation visual shots, we see Rick’s approach the city of Atlanta on horseback across the road, with a stream of cars trying to flee now frozen. And then we see the zombies that attack Rick … because they are eager to eat the raw flesh of his horse. To escape, crawls under a tank and your belly, where fires inside the zombie soldier. But being inside a tank, bounce bullet and temporarily deafened him. Fortunately, this is just in time to hear someone ask, “Hey, you in the tank.”

How did you find the episode, readers? After reading the series by Robert Kirkman, I can tell you that things are going to be sad and fast .. I can not wait to see that unfold on the screen. There’s something about the combination of the zombie and apocalyptic times that brings out the worst in human beings, which is where the real horror – and good drama – lies.

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