Pretty much a perfect song choice.
Does “Internet Friends” mean anything when there’s no more internet?
This week’s episode made great use of an almost half century old song.
Yes, he actually had to audition. Not everyone can walk like a “walker.”
The return of Beth Greene (played by actress/musician Emily Kinney) also marked the first episode of the season with a music moment; in fact, episode four had three of them.
“I don’t know what people expect when they see an actor who also does music,” she says. “I don’t know what kind of stories they expect me to tell, but I tell stories about living in New York and boyfriends and identity and trying to figure life out.”
Yes, it’s the “Ho Hey” guys, but don’t think that hit song has “Visions of China” pegged in the band’s usual genre.
From Bob Dylan to Motorhead, there’s been some great music moments on the show.
You know how you get another million people talking about your already popular TV show? You stage a sick little prank in the nation’s largest city, film the mayhem and throw it up on Youtube. […]
Ever since AMC’s hit series The Walking Dead took the world by storm on Halloween of 2010, zombies have been catching up with vampires as the creepy threat that has crossed over from horror conventions to the mainstream. But as with vampires, you’ve got to get through a lot of rotting ooze to get to the real gems: for every hit like True Blood, there’s twenty Dark Shadows and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter-type flops.