A gang of racketeers frames down-on-his-luck John Elman for murder. After he's found guilty, evidence is brought forth proving his innocence. But it is too late and he is executed anyway. A doctor sees an opportunity to use an experimental procedure to restore him to life but is that entirely possible? Desirable?
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I am a major zombie fan and when I first heard about The Walking Dead back in 2010, I was instantly drawn to it. I watched the trailer and I had nervous break-downs. When October 31st 2010 came, I watched the season premier...and it didn't disappoint. The first episode got me hooked into the series. And the fact that the first episode was written for the screen and directed by major film director Frank Darabont (Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile, The Mist) and produced by massive film producer Gale Anne Hurd (Terminator, Aliens, The Incredible Hulk)I was ecstatic and I waited week by week to see all episodes. It was the highlight of my week and then when the finale had finished, I was satisfied with the season but sad that it was only six episodes. Although I was pleased to hear not too long after that AMC has renewed the series for a second season but with an extended season of 13 episodes! But what really made this TV series more better than any zombie films was the fact that it focused on the characters and how they dealt with the problems they were placed in. It wasn't just about living day-to-day killing zombies with no reason. Although, come on, we all wanted to see it at first, until the characters started to grow on us, and that makes the series even more dramatic because when a main character dies you actually feel sad and try to look ahead at all the episodes without that character and that is such a great atmosphere and that is what a TV programme should make you feel. Overall, Season 2 has finished and I am officially obsessed, with buying the game, comics, novels and soon a magazine I can see Season 1 was a blast, Season 2 was a storm and Season 3 all hell is going to break lose!
The Walking Dead is a great show. I cannot stop watching it. Th reason that this show is so great is that it isn't as much about the zombie killing and zombie kill of the week. It is about the people and the phycological effect of the zombie infested world. And a majority of the episodes have little to no killing at all.
If you aren't on the Walking Dead bandwagon, get on it! Start at season 1 and by the time the second season resumes in February you will be caught up and let me tell you that episode 7 of season two had by far one of the most incredible endings in tv history, weather or not you see it coming is not the point, the moment is beyond words what you're going to see.