Walking Dead Finale Review

March 18, 2012 by staff 

Walking Dead Finale Review, Who dies tonight? Blood will be spilled in the second-season finale of “The Walking Dead” (tonight at 9). A herd of bloodthirsty zombies is descending upon the farm that has served as a haven for our ragtag group of survivors.

AMC declined to make a review screener available for “Beside the Dying Fire,” but it seems certain that not all will survive.

The No. 1 drama on basic cable might have the highest mortality rate of any TV series.

It’s not looking so good for Hershel’s (Scott Wilson) extended family.

Last week, the show’s anti-hero, Shane (the intense Jon Bernthal), had the dubious honor of being killed not once, but twice.

First, his best friend Rick (Andrew Lincoln) stabbed him in self-defense; then Rick’s tween son Carl (Chandler Riggs) shot him in the head after he rose as a soulless walker.

Some viewers have groused that the show features too much yappin’ and not enough zombie snackin’. That’s idiotic.

“Walking Dead” shuffles in the dark little place of the soul and asks every one of us to consider how we would behave if civilization crashed overnight. Would you live by the old rules? Toss them aside for something new? And how would you find value in your life, knowing a gruesome death lurks around every corner?

The series crossed a Rubicon midseason with the death of 12-year-old Sophia (Madison Lintz), and signaled, if there was any doubt, that “Dead” wasn’t horsing around. But if Sophia’s end sug-gested the death of innocence for the survivors, Dale’s (Jeffrey DeMunn) fate two weeks ago marked the murder of the group’s conscience.

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