Showing posts with label The Walking Dead. Show all posts
Showing posts with label The Walking Dead. Show all posts

July 22, 2018

WALKER STALKER CON BRINGS THE WALKING DEAD BACK TO ORLANDO


Stars From Hit Shows Anchor Interactive Convention and Fan Meet-Up 

Nashville, Tenn. -- Zombie enthusiasts and fans of the number-one show on television, The Walking Dead, will have the opportunity to meet their favorite stars at the upcoming Walker Stalker Con at the Orange County Convention Center, August 11-12.

Walker Stalker Con has become an incredibly popular convention, offering something for everyone - from the diehard fan, to families, to those with a growing interest in the genre. More than 25 of the most popular actors from shows such as The Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead, and more will speak to the audience, meet fans, pose for photos and sign autographs (see full list).

July 12, 2017

NEVADA - AMC and TRIOTECH Partner to Bring “Fear the Walking Dead Survival” Attraction to Fremont Street Experience in Las Vegas Summer 2017

Fans can immerse themselves in an electrifying zombie-themed, multisensory experience inspired by the hit AMC series


LAS VEGAS –July 11th, 2017 – Fremont Street Experience will soon be home to a new attraction, Fear the Walking Dead Survival, scheduled to open summer 2017. Inspired by the hit AMC series, thrill-seekers and zombie fanatics will enjoy this unique multisensory experience that combines a thrill ride, escape room, maze, and interactive gaming, all set against the horrors of a zombie apocalypse. The attraction, in the heart of Fremont Street Experience, is in partnership with TRIOTECH, a Canadian company who is a leader in creating high profile, technologically-advanced interactive media-based award-winning attractions.


July 5, 2014

"The Walking Dead" - Brains Required

**This article originally appeared on the Yahoo Voices content network on March 20, 2014. It has been republished here due to the shutdown of Voices and YCN.**



From an earlier age than most would approve of, I've been a fan of horror movies. Halloween was always my favorite. There's just something about Michael Myers, am I right? I never really felt much enthusiasm for the zombie genre (yes, it legitimately is a genre of its own). As a kid, I did have a brief love affair with Return of the Living Dead , but I enjoyed it as comedy. Zombies never scared me, and they certainly never challenged me on a cerebral level. Truth be told, I firmly believe they seek to devour brains hoping to add a little intelligence to their "craft". Epic fail, by the way!

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