Trailer for Walking Dead series on AMC

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40 Responses to “Trailer for Walking Dead series on AMC”

  1. Anonymous says:

    fracking boinged!

  2. Trent Hawkins says:

    did they really have to start with this “waking up in a hospital” cliche?

  3. whizse says:

    Sigh, “THE VIDEO YOU ARE TRYING TO WATCH CANNOT BE VIEWED FROM YOUR CURRENT COUNTRY OR LOCATION”.

    Fortunately it seems to be available on YouTube too:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yg46DWI_fCE

  4. Anonymous says:

    It’s how it starts in the comic, so…..

  5. Blue says:

    Ha! Starring ‘Egg’ from This Life!

    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0511088/

  6. retrojoe says:

    And yet, no link to the official show page.

    http://www.amctv.com/originals/The-Walking-Dead/

  7. Anonymous says:

    Lovely, but do i prefer zombie flicks that don’t take the subject matter too seriously (like Shaun of the Dead)

    Why would anyone sit through episode after episode of depressing zombie drama? It’s the cliffhangers, of course! By the way, was there any fuel left in that tank? ;)

  8. Alex says:

    They have already approved and started working on season 2!

    Season 1 doesn’t even premier until Halloween.

  9. silly bobs says:

    but its egg from this life.
    Its gonna take some time for me to get over that.

  10. kingofsleep says:

    Did they really have to go with the “walking dead” cliché?

    I don’t care how many clichés they use, I’ll be watching it.

  11. signsofrain says:

    I’m so gonna watch it, and it’s gonna be awesome, and I’ll keep hoping for a Left 4 Dead show/movie…

  12. Jackasimov says:

    Bring it on, zombie mf’ers! Can’t wait. And now that they’re not running and sentient and shit I can actually like them again.

  13. Anonymous says:

    The zombie make up seems to be quite good, which is always a stickler for me. Looking forward to this as with most AMC originals.

  14. dw_funk says:

    Why in the world has it taken so long for somebody to do this? I guess the networks couldn’t get away with doing this kind of R-rated violence, but if it’s any good at all it’ll attract a great audience. Since the genre in film has always ever been single-story pictures, it’ll be awesome to see how they do a zombie epic (haven’t read the graphic novel).

    I didn’t really mind the waking-up-in-the-hospital cliche; zombie sagas are always about the reworking of cliches. I was more offended by the cheesy editing during that reveal.

  15. GreenJello says:

    I guess this is the result when ALL countries are our friends, we resort to zombies for the enemy. Bonus, it’s OKAY to kill them!

    Personally I’m looking forward to the next villain of the year….

  16. jean m. peck says:

    I guess they couldn’t secure the rights to use “Red Right Hand” by Nick Cave for this trailer…

  17. Tony Moore says:

    all you Boingers who’ve supported the book so far will not be disappointed. The effects KNB are doing are top-notch, and the teleplay for the pilot is amazingly faithful to, yet somehow even better than the book. Everything i’ve seen so far is absolutely surreal.

  18. gabroll says:

    You combine the Walking Dead with the 1960s advertising style of Mad Men and you have… well, actually, in all likelihood a pretty fun sounding show.

  19. OldRipbeak says:

    What I want to know is where did the dude who apparently shoots the main character come from? It doesn’t look he got out of the car and he doesn’t appear to be a cop. He just looks like some random redneck that shows up out of nowhere. Now I’ll have to watch the premiere just to find out.

  20. Anonymous says:

    everyone complaining about how this has been done before should definitely read the comic series. there is none (that i have read) that are more brutal, more honest and honestly more frightening (regarding what people will do to live). i cant wait to see this and i hope they stick to the comic well.

  21. HeatherB says:

    Zombies seriously freak me out.

  22. Rider says:

    I’m almost disappointed that they seem to be keeping it to close to the comic book. Between having read the comic and watched the trailer I almost feel like I don’t need to watch the first episode.

  23. Anonymous says:

    Is it me or is that starting scene similar to the one in Mad Max 1?

  24. orwellian says:

    The first comic was done before ’28 Days Later’- the series has been going for years. It’s just amazing how good it is. I don’t think I’ve read a bad issue yet.

    The tank part isn’t in the book, so I’m interested in how that works out, too.

  25. nanuq says:

    I don’t know why I kept assuming it would be animated. Maybe because it began with a comic book.

    As for the waking-up-in-a-hospital beginning, blame John Wyndham and Day of the Triffids. It still makes no sense considering that comatose patients would be the first to go in a real catastrophe (or else someone would kill them as an act of mercy).

  26. Darwindr says:

    Love the comic series and the trailer looks amazing…BUT how fake-looking is that roadkill (cat? bunny? stuffed toy?) at the very beginning? What was up with that?

    Can’t wait for the series. I’ll get it on DVD and watch them all back-to-back. (like the way I read the series)

  27. Phrosty says:

    Awww. Premiers on Halloween night? Not cool. I’ll have to miss it. Like most of everyone else who would be interested in watching this series, I’ll be drunk and in-costume.

  28. Anonymous says:

    Why isn’t Tony Moore credited alongside Kirkman?

  29. griever says:

    1 TV tropes is about the best thing I’ve found on the internet (Macross Missile Massacre)

    2 If they were going to change the intro (with him getting in the tank) I wish they could have changed it so that his horse escaped. I HATED that part when his horse is getting chomped up by the zombies in the book. I don’t think I ever really forgave him for riding it into town. And I’m pretty sure that’s what the Zs are chowing on in a group to the upper left of the tank in the overhead shot. Same thing goes for that scene from Tremors!

  30. Brainspore says:

    I know this goes against convention, but if I’m ever caught in the middle of a zombie apocalypse I refuse to use the term “infected” or “the dead” or “walkers” or any of the other descriptors that everyone in zombie movies uses.

    I will use the “Z” word, political correctness be damned.

  31. billstewart says:

    Hey,
    Minneapolis is *paying* zombies! It seems that seven people were doing a zombie walk around town protesting consumerism, and were arrested for freaking the mundanes, but not actually charged. They sued, suit was dismissed, appealed, won, and the city’s settling for $165K rather than going through a real trial.

  32. Anonymous says:

    exploding tires …. wow

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