THE WALKING DEAD: SEASON 9 | Own Rick Grimes’ Final Season When Season 9 Arrives on Blu-ray™ & DVD August 20th

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AMC’s #1-Rated Cable Series Returns!

3d_rgb_thewalkingdeads9_bdocrdAn iconic pop-culture character says goodbye when Season 9 of “The Walking Dead” arrives on Blu-ray™ (plus Digital), DVD and Digital August 20 from Lionsgate. New showrunner Angela Kang takes the helm as Rick Grimes prepares to make his exit from one of the world’s most popular TV series.

“The Walking Dead” Season 9 stars award winner Andrew Lincoln (Love Actually, Heartbreaker), Norman Reedus (The Boondock Saints, Triple 9), Lauren Cohan (All Eyez on Me, TV’s “Whiskey Cavalier,” Mile 22), Danai Gurira (Black Panther, All Eyez on Me), Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Watchmen, TV’s “The Good Wife” and “Grey’s Anatomy”), and Academy Award ® nominee Samantha Morton (2003, Best Actress, In America).

Last season brought the culmination of “All Out War,” which pitted Rick Grimes and his group of survivors against the Saviors and their leader, Negan. With Negan’s life in his hands, Rick had a character-defining choice in front of him, and he spared Negan to uphold the values his late son, Carl, championed – values that created conflict within his group. Now, with our survivors rebuilding civilization under Rick’s leadership a year and a half after the end of the war, it’s a time of relative peace among the communities. However, the world they knew is rapidly changing, nature is literally taking over, and, as time passes, the communities confront unexpected obstacles and danger. But nothing can prepare them for the formidable force they’re about to encounter, threatening the very idea of civilization our survivors have worked so hard to build. The home entertainment release of “The Walking Dead” Season 9 includes multiple making-of featurettes, including a look at the memorable deaths of the season, deleted scenes, and a bonus scene. “The Walking Dead” Season 9 Blu-ray and DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $80.99 and $70.98, respectively.
BLU-RAY / DVD SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Deleted Scenes
  • “Seasons Change” Featurette
  •  “In Memoriam” Featurette
  •  “The Whisperers: Behind the Mask” Featurette
  • “Rick Farewell” Featurette
  • “Time Jump” Featurette
  • Bonus Scene: Episode 908
  • “Inside Episode …” Featurettes per episode
  • “Making of …” Featurettes per episode


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Movie Review by Kristin: SKY | #skymovie #moviereview

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Happy Saturday, everyone!

I was finally able to catch SKY on Netflix yesterday and it was pretty interesting. It was definitely an indie/low budget film with very minimal dialogue and kind of left me wanting more. I hate to say that because it wasn’t necessarily due to the performances, but there was a lot missing for me, personally.

Here’s what it was about:

SYNOPSIS: Romy (Diane Kruger) is on holiday in the USA with her French husband, Richard (Gilles Lellouche). But the journey quickly turns into a settling of old scores for this worn out couple. After an ultimate fight, Romy decides to break free. She cuts off her ties to a stable and secure life that has become alienating and escapes to the unknown where she meets Diego (Norman Reedus).

Now, I love Norman Reedus on The Walking Dead, and I’ve seen Diane Kruger in a few projects, but I don’t feel like they were really able to shine in this one. Not because of their respective performances, per say, but because we didn’t even get Norman Reedus until midway through the movie. I also didn’t understand why Lou Diamond Phillips played such a tiny role in this movie. We literally say him for a split second, which was odd. As I mentioned, there was very minimal dialogue, so I don’t feel like we were really on the ride with the characters. The relationship between Romy (aka Rabbit) and Diego was obvious in some parts, but I was curious to know how much time had passed since they’d met. The majority of their “relationship” seems to happen off-screen, which was disappointing.

For the first half of the movie, we see Romy dealing with her abusive husband and then trying to find her own way after finding the courage to leave him. Then she meets Diego in Las Vegas and their whole time together is like, “Hey, I want you around,” and then five minutes later it was like, “Ok, I don’t want a relationship. Go away.” I understand the reason for the push and pull, but I would’ve liked to see more of the sweeter moments between them (i.e. more dialogue).

Aside from that, it wasn’t a bad movie. It was just very slow-moving. If you’re a fan of indie movies and enjoy the slow drama, then you just might be a fan of this one.

The Walking Dead: S7|E1 – “The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be” [Podcast Review]

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Hey everyone!

Mike, Brancey and I recently got together to talk about the Season 7 Premiere of The Walking Dead. Sadly, I’m still in mourning after this episode even though I had a feeling it would happen. Still hurts nonetheless.

We want to hear from you! Tweet me @ThisIsKristin_ and let me know what you thought of the episode, and what you think will happen next! Do you think someone will swoop in and get rid of Negan somehow? If you could choose one person to take him out, who would you choose? Send us your thoughts after each episode and we’ll read them on air during our recaps.

SYNOPSIS: Having been brutally overpowered by Negan and his gang of Saviors, Rick and his group kneel helplessly as they suffer a heavy loss, leaving everyone traumatized.

 

The Walking Dead: Season 7 #SDCC 2016 Trailer [Podcast Review]

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Hey guys!

Mike, of iwatchmike.com, and I got together to watch the Season 7 trailer of The Walking Dead! The trailer was shown at San Diego Comic-Con, where our girl Brancey is doing press for Variety Radio Online! Mike and I watched the trailer together and recorded our reactions for you all.

What did you think of the trailer? Who do you think will be on the wrong end of Negan’s bat?? What about that bad ass tiger?? Ahhhh…so many thoughts in our heads!

Let us know what you think!

The Walking Dead’s Season 7 premiere airs Sunday, October 23 at 9pm EST on AMC.

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The Walking Dead: “Last Day on Earth” – Season 6 Finale Review

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Season 6 | Episode 16
 
Mike, Brancey & I reviewed the season 6 finale of #TheWalkingDead. “Last Day on Earth” aired Sunday, April 3 on AMC. We also read Jesus’s Goodshows app review + other community members reviews. See more of The Walking Dead at AMC.com
 
SYNOPSIS: Morgan makes a sacrifice in order to save Carol. Meanwhile, Rick and the group travel to the Hilltop with an ailing Maggie, as the confrontation with Negan looms near.
 

 
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The Walking Dead: “East” Review

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Season 6 | Episode 15
 
Hey #TWD fans!! Mike, Brancey and I got together to talk about the latest episode of The Walking Dead, titled “East.”  It was an intense episode leading up to the 90-minute Season 6 Finale on Sunday, April 3rd!
 
Who do you think will end up on the wrong side of Negan’s bat?? We all have our theories! Check out the podcast and let us know what YOU think!
 
SYNOPSIS: Alexandria is alerted after realizing someone is missing. Several search parties will venture out, but what they find isn’t what they’re hoping for.
 

 
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The Walking Dead: “Twice as Far” Review

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Season 6 | Episode 14
 
Mike and I review Sunday night’s episode of #TheWalkingDead. “Twice as Far” aired Sunday, March 20 on AMC. See more at AMC.com
 
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Check out our podcast below and tweet us your thoughts! Who do you think will end up on the wrong end of Negan’s bat?! Are you as nervous as we are about his arrival??
 
SYNOPSIS: After a minor victory against The Saviors, a supply run led by Daryl turns chaotic when he and his group cross paths with Dwight.
 

 
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