The Walking Dead Season 7 Finale

The Walking Dead Season 7 and how Shiva saved Carl

I wrote a pretty harsh post a year ago regarding the Season 6 ending of The Walking Dead. Leaving us with the knowledge that someone just DIED but not knowing who, all summer, for six long terrible excruciating months… Yeah, I was pretty upset.

So, I thought it was only fitting a year later to say thank you to Scott Gimple, Greg Nicotero and the rest of TWD crew for The Walking Dead Season 7 Finale. Instead of leaving the fandom twisted up in knots, we were instead served up a dramatic, action packed episode that ended with Maggie giving one of the most memorable speeches in TWD history. We left Season 7 with a soft fade out where everyone is safe, for the time being, instead of bloody barbed wire bats in mid swing.

Shiva Saves Carl Meme The Walking Dead Season 7 Finale
Episode 16 “The First Day Of The Rest Of Your Life” wasn’t all puppies and rainbows – we lost Sasha in a brilliant move that had me rooting for the walker for the first time ever. The Scavengers double crossed Rick – those dirty double crossing rats! – and I was resigned to the fact that Carl was about to buy it for real. And then Shiva happened! I swear, when that tiger jumped behind Negan just before Lucille bashed in Carl’s skull, I literally sat up on my sofa and cheered out loud. I think I fist pumped a little bit too. 😀

I know it’s just a show, I KNOW it is, but when King Ezekiel yelled “Alexandria will not fall!” I got goosebumps. I swear, if I lived in The Walking Dead Universe (and had actually survived past Season 1) I would put on some athletic store padding as armor and follow King Ezekiel anywhere after that scene.

Are The Scavengers cannibals?

Terminus BBQ The Scavengers The Walking Dead Season 7 Meme
One thing that nibbled on my brain, pardon the pun, was the exchange between Jadis and Negan when she says “The deal was for 12, yes?” and he says “10. People are a resource.” I suddenly got a weird Terminus flashback. I mean, why did they take Father Gabriel along with the food? Why did Jadis double cross Rick with a “better deal” for people from Negan? Are the Scavengers secret cannibals? I did a little Terminus BBQ meme and posted it to my Instagram to see if I was the only one getting this weird cannibal vibe. Sabrina Gennarino, who plays Tamiel, got a giggle out of it and shared it with her followers. Between our two accounts my Scavengers As Cannibals meme got quite a few likes so maybe I’m on to something. Which is horrifying!

So, anyway… thanks again The Walking Dead people for making the Season 7 finale less of a cliffhanger than last year. Waiting 6 months for Season 8 to start is still difficult, but at least this summer will not be filled with as much angst as last year. Thank goodness.

Shark Week 2016 vs. TWD Dead White And Blue Marathon

Happy Shark Week!

Shark Stuff in my Zazzle store
Now you know me, I’m such a geek, and every year I live for Shark Week. Well, not literally but you know what I mean. So as soon as I saw the first commercial announcing that Discovery Channel’s Shark Week 2016 was starting Sunday night June 26th at 8 pm I was understandably excited. My first thought was boy, is it my imagination or does this festival of shark geekiness start earlier and earlier every year? Then a second and more serious revelation entered my shark fevered brain… This is awfully close to 4th Of July and we all know what THAT means:

AMC’s annual Dead, White and Blue marathon! Days upon days of back to back episodes of The Walking Dead from season one straight on up to the last episode of the last season. Well, since we are about to start season seven of TWD, that’s a whole lot of episodes and OH MY GOSH NO! IS THIS GOING TO CONFLICT WITH SHARK WEEK!?!

So I did what any self respecting nerd would do, I immediately googled the air dates for the Dead, White and Blue marathon 2016 while holding my breath just a little. The page was still refreshing and already I was feeling the inner turmoil of having to choose between two utterly fantastic television experiences that highlight my summer each year. I mean, it was bad enough back when I first had to decide between The Twilight Zone July 4th marathon on the SyFy channel and The Walking Dead zombiefest. In the earlier years I was still able to catch most of the Twilight Zone episodes because there were not that many TWD seasons. But lately The Twilight Zone always loses out except for sneak peaks during commercials.

I know, I know, I could just purchase or record all of TWD seasons and watch them whenever I want, but it’s not the same thing. I like the geeky experience of tuning in live, as it happens.
Funny Zombie stuff in my Redbubble shop
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Fear The Walking Dead Season 2 Mid-Season Finale

So the mid-season finale of Fear The Walking Dead Season Two was last night.

And I don’t care.

I mean, I watched it. There wasn’t much anticipation on my part, I totally admit. I completely forgot that it was mid-season finale night until about 7:45 so I missed any FTWD  marathon fun that AMC may have run yesterday. Again, I didn’t much care.

But why not? Well, maybe it’s because the Spanish language dialog has continued to increase over the episodes, resulting in more caption text on the television screen for the English speaking crowd. Now, on Sunday nights I get all comfy on the couch, cuddled up with blankies and the cat sometimes, and see, the TV is way over there against the far wall. Normaly I can see everything just fine, but those itsy bitsy teeny weeny captions on the screen are beyond the power of my glasses. If I sit up and shift over to the right side of the couch, I can read them. Laying down in my happy zombie night position, I cannot. And honestly, I have not cared enough to shift my viewing position in order to read the Spanish dialog translated to English in minuscule lettering on my television screen.

I get it. Daniel is from South America, they are now in Mexico, there is a major Latin influence going on in the story arch. But there is atmosphere to flavor a story and then there is overkill. Fear The Walking Dead isn’t a telenovela so in my opinion all this Spanish/English subtitles stuff is overkill. Yes, I knew what a telenovela was ages ago thanks to Jeff Lewis’s housekeeper aka second mom Zoila on Bravo’s Flipping Out. Even Zoila spoke mostly English so I never had to shift my position on the couch to understand the gist of the story. With Fear The Walking Dead, lately I have taken to just laying there, not understanding what the characters are saying for huge chunks of an episode, not really giving a damn.

But I think the real reason why I didn’t care that much about FTWD’s mid-season finale last night is why I haven’t had much enthusiasm for season two as a whole – and I shared this with a friend the other day – I am still just plum pissed off about the Season Six Finale of The Walking Dead. Still haven’t got over the “who did Negan kill” pushing me off the cliff and having to hang there suspended for six months thing. Every Sunday night since then I have cuddled up with the cat to watch Fear The Walking Dead but I have felt cold and dead inside, seething a little in a it’s just a tv show but I’m still angry sort of way.

So between subtitles and lingering TWD fan anger, FTWD has not been enjoyable this time around. And that sucks. Cause normally I love, I treasure, my Sunday night zombies.

 

Chicago Thanksgiving Day Bus Zombie

Nov 24, 2012: Chicago is not without it’s fair share of strange attacks.

On Thanksgiving, an enraged man was aboard the California bus on Chicago’s south side. He was intoxicated, and taking off his clothes as he beat and assaulted several passengers, including the bus driver.

The first officer on the scene was an evidence technician. He approached the bus as the assailant, Ismael Jamison, 28, began to attack the officer. The officer shot the crazed attacker, who then stumbled backward.

He regained his footing and again approached the officer, who quickly shot again.

When more officers and medics arrived on the scene, Jamison needed to be tasered to be subdued enough to be placed in the ambulance.

Shot twice, naked, tasered, and randomly attacking civilians and officers. Highly suspicious behavior. Bath salts? Wasted on booze? Or perhaps something more potent, perhaps he was rabid.

Zombie attacks don’t always come from the undead. Keep your eyes and ears sharp, and if you see something, say something.

http://www.undeadreport.com/2012/11/strange-attack-on-chicago-bus-naked-man-shot-twice-tasered/
Source: CBS Local Chicago

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NOV 28 2012
“My friends saw a zombie standing in their driveway and they don’t usually kid around about stuff like that.”

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Doylestown, PA Zombie Attack

OMG I’ve been there.. OMG did I just scoop www.undeadreport.com ? =:0

Bucks County man charged in zombie-like attack in Poconos

By Tracy Jordan, Of The Morning Call
10:20 p.m. EDT, September 13, 2012

A 20-year-old Doylestown-area man, found naked and bleeding in the Poconos last week, is facing assault charges after allegedly gnawing on the head of a Wayne County woman during a zombie-like attack akin to the “Causeway Cannibal” Miami police shot and killed in May.

State police in Honesdale said they used a stun gun on Richard Cimino Jr. early Friday after two women reported he was “screaming like an animal” and “began to gnaw” on one of their heads. The women, both of Hawley in Wayne County, managed to escape without serious injuries and call police.

State police found Cimino, of Buckingham Township, Bucks County, lying on a street in Hawley, a borough about 60 miles north of Allentown. Police said he was covered in blood from injuries he received after breaking into a vacant house and jumping out a second-floor window.

According to state police, Cimino acted delusional and confrontational and lunged at one of the troopers before another shot him with a stun gun. Continue reading

End Of Summer Zombie Bugs

You know those bug noises, the ones that start in mid to late August and herald the end of summer?

I know I’ve heard them before, many times. But now… now when I hear those raucous bug serenades, it sounds like The Walking Dead are coming.

Chinese Zombie Attack!

Chinese Zombie Attack: Drunken man leaps upon, eats woman’s face

The zombie attacks aren’t left to just the American south. China has decided to jump on the enraged-person-eats-face bandwagon. Drunk Chinese bus driver, Dong, blocked the path of motorist Du. Du steps out. Dong attacks and eats Du’s face. Sometimes the headlines, they write themselves. Continue reading

Zombies on Zazzle

Come get your tee shirts

tee shirts or key chains… oh my

Zombies Continue

Face-eating drugged-up attacks continue…


There’s something going on in the hot muggy climates of the southern United States. Another person has had his face gnawed upon by a drugged up attacker, someone he knew, and a suspect threatens to eat police officers.

In Lousiana, a swift attack mirrors that of the Miami Zombie. Scott resident Carl Jacquneaux bit off a chunk of Todd Credeur’s face during a scuffle in a domestic issue. Jacquneaux was fended off from doing more damage by taking a dose of wasp spray to the face (headshots are important). [June 5th]

There has been yet another Miami incident – a growling man who tried to bite police [June 6th]

Read more here, courtesy www.undeadreport.com http://www.undeadreport.com/2012/06/face-eating-drugged-up-attacks-continue/