Just in time for Thanksgiving, hosts Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell check in with AMC's The Walking Dead and see what's been up since the last Post-Apodaclypse discussion on the zombie movie that never ends (tm). Hope you enjoy your turkey as much as the zombies enjoyed some of the show's main characters!
In 1978, Stephen King wrote a monster novel--called The Stand--about the end of the world by pandemic and all the the theological hoo-ha that came after, and it rides high on many people's lists of favorite novels of all time. In 1990, it became even more monster when he released the complete and uncut version of the book, which ended up at almost 1200 pages. In 1994, ABC adapted it in an 8-hour miniseries penned by King himself. This episode, Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell discuss both the book and the TV adaptation, and whether one or the other either rocks or sucks.
Join Tim Watts and Michael O'Connell for a painful look at two SyFy Channel zombie flicks - "Zombie Apocalypse" with Ving Rhames and "Rise of the Zombies" with Marial Hemmingway and Levar Burton. It's a double feature of craptastic magnitude.