Review of “This Sorrowful Life” from our good friends over at the Zombie Survival Crew.
Archive for the ‘Television’ Category
On a show filled with characters suffering from apocalypse PTSD, Merle is the one guy who consistently seemed to be having a ball. He loved killing zombies. He loved fighting zombies in the gladiator pits, to the roar of approval from the crowd. Nothing could better express the creators’ confusion than the weird, wonderful, and utterly incoherent path of Merle Dixon, a full-crazy knife-handed zombie thrillkiller who died twice in last night’s episode.
From E Online! In this exclusive first look at Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead, titled “The Sorrowful Life,” Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Merle (Michael Rooker) look more than a little preoccupied. The brothers have spent most of the season at odds, and with Merle feeling alienated within the prison and Daryl torn between his […]
The Walking Dead: Live – An Evening with the Cast & Creators of the show came to a sold-out Midland Theater, in Kansas City. Featuring , live, breathing, & in person cast members Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon), Michael Rooker (Merle Dixon), Lauren Cohan (Maggie), & none other than co executive-producer & super special effects genius, Mr. Greg Nicotero.
Archer drives along with its latest from season 3, or technically season 3.5 with “Bloody Ferlin,” as Archer accompanies Ray Gillette to his hometown of West Virginia to rescue his brother Randy (Jack McBrayer) from a corrupt sheriff (Michael Rooker).
The Walking Dead emerged from the loss of Frank Darabont and rumored budget cuts to shatter cable rating records. But how it achieved that involved a stellar business model for staying true to company vision, while engaging staff and customers in the end product.
Michael Rooker, Bryan Cranston and 30 Rock’s Jack McBrayer will be lending their voice talents to the season finale of FX animated comedy Archer, according to The Huffington Post. The show, currently in its third season, follows the antics of suave but selfish spy Sterling Archer (H Jon Benjamin). Breaking Bad star Cranston will play […]
Who remembers Merle Dixon – “The Walking Dead” character from the first season who improbably became something of a cult figure among a cultish show’s cult following? Of course you do: He was abandoned on the roof of an Atlanta building, handcuffed to some stanchion, as a hungry crowd of dead-men-walking banged on the door, […]
Don’t forget! Michael Rooker will be on AMC’s The Talking Dead this Sunday, November 13, 2011 at 12/11c. Send in your questions for Michael online: amctv.com/shows/talking-dead or tweet them to @AMCTalkingDead!
“I’ve gotten more heat from the anticipation of my coming back to the show than any other thing I’ve done,” Rooker said. “Because of that, I found a whole new group of fans, and the gaming company would never have contacted me if it wasn’t for that.”