Walking Dead Webisodes

October 17, 2011 by staff 

Walking Dead WebisodesWalking Dead Webisodes, Waiting for “The Walking Dead”, in return for her second season has been a terribly long. He was left with only six episodes a season and a wait of one year between seasons, there has undoubtedly been a great excitement building up to the premiere of season two.

To tide fans during the wait, AMC has launched a six-part Webisode series that shows how memorable “girl’s bike” zombie, Hannah, from the pilot episode ends in the series protagonist, Rick Grimes, found it.

Not a very convincing argument, since we already know Hannah, the end result will be a zombie and family members are given only minimal development.

The skeleton of the story is that Hannah and her two children end up in the house of her ex-husband, where there are tensions over how these should be careful divorced family.

Apart from a neighbor of the speculation that zombie disease is the result of a terrorist attack, there is no new information to strengthen the fabric of the main series. Rick, his ex-wife Lori and the other characters not mentioned or seen, and the first webisode launches the viewer into the action with the zombies already in the process of taking control.

The highlight of this short series of 15 to 20 minutes is that the blood quality and the effects have been maintained. In fact, I would say are even more terrible and as a result of creative director Greg Nicotero not have the limitations of television censorship.

Nicotero is primarily a special effects coordinator, monitoring the effects for the entire series and many other famous horror films, and his lack of experience as a director is evident. Nothing particularly bad runs this web series, but apart from the great blood effects, nothing really stands out as exceptional.

It is also clear that these are amateur actors filling the roles, with some kind of awkward dialogue does not help your cause.

Although the average quality of these six webisodes are still fun for fans to watch. The girl on a bicycle was certainly a character in the show that stuck with me when I saw Rick feebly to crawl, and was ordered to find out how he ended up in horrible situation.

But all that is this series, entitled “Torn Apart” really amounts to: a cool fun for fans of the series who want every morsel of information and can not wait until Sunday, when the second season premieres

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