Producers tease The Walking Dead finale: Maybe not everyone is going to get out alive – Winter is Coming

The final episode of The Walking Dead season 10 has been put on hold for now, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. But when AMC eventually airs that finale, fans can expect some fireworks. Weve got thethe return of Lauren Cohans Maggie, the arrival of a mysteriously masked and curiously armed character, and our favorite survivors walking amidst a massive walker herd wearing the entrails of the undead as they try to put an end to the Whisperer War once and for all.

But its not gonna be easy. The finales episode title, A Certain Doom, is taken directly from the pages of Robert Kirkmans The Walking Dead comics. It does mark the end of the Whisperer War, but also features the death of Andrea, who is bitten by a walker. However, on the show, Andrea (Laurie Holden) died way back in season 3, so can we expect someone else to die in her place?

Were seeing [the survivors] more together, its clear that they have some sort of plan, but theres still that fear, executive producer Denise Huth said on The Walking Dead aftershow, Talking Dead. Theres still the knowledge that this is tricky, and that once again maybe not everyone is going to get out alive.

The walkers are being herded towards the hospital where the combined members of Oceanside, Alexandria, Hilltop, and the Kingdom including Gabriel, Lydia and Negan, with Carol, Daryl and Judith on the way are trying to hatch a plan to end the threat posed by Beta (Ryan Hurst) and his Whisperer followers. But just because they have a plan doesnt mean things are going to work out. Following theattack on Hilltop, they reconvened at the rendezvous point and clearly things have happened, a little bit of time has passed, and theyve come up with a plan. We dont necessarily know what that plan is, Huth said. You definitely get the sense that theyre preparing for an attack to come, they know its coming, and how can they solve the problem of this giant horde?

Beta is one thing, hes one man. Those thousands of walkers are a whole different deal. A lot were killed in the fire at Hilltop, but he still has a bunch, and as we saw in a previous episode, hes gathering even more.

With thousands of walkers converging on that husk of a hospital, I cant imagine everyone will make it out of the finale unscathed.

AMC has yet to confirm when it will air theseason 10 finale, saying only that it will be shown later this year.

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The Walking Dead Star Paola Lazaro on Her Connection to Princess – Bleeding Cool News

With AMC's The Walking Dead having to delay its tenth season finale "A Certain Doom" until later this year, viewers were left wanting when it comes to two storylines we were looking forward to the most. Obviously, we need to know how Lauren Cohan's Maggie is going to be blended back into the series. The teaser only dumped more gasoline on the speculation fire, with Maggie receiving Carol's (Melissa McBride) letter and possibly playing a part in the endgame against Beta (Ryan Hurst) and the Whisperers. But our storyline obsession is definitely Juanita Sanchez aka Princess(Paola Lzaro), and our love for her grew by leaps and bounds during the last episode. Her willingness to show her vulnerability yet not be ashamed of it, to actually embrace it and still try to be better from it was impressive. It was especially endearing it to see her attempt to impress Eugene (Josh McDermitt), Yumiko (Eleanor Matsuura), and Ezekiel (Khary Payton) as if she was auditioning to be part of their group.

Speaking with the network about what life's been like for her since Princess' debut, Lzaro revealed that she didn't want to know much about her comic book counterpart going into her The Walking Dead audition and filming. She had such respect for the writing that she wanted to respect the work. The words she was presented with touched her on a personal level in many ways, seeing much of herself in Princess: "She reminds me of when I was a kid. It really hit home. I used to get in trouble all the time and the only people that really believed in me was my family. Everyone else thought I was hyper and a trouble maker. It reminded me of trying to find my place in the world with all of my awkwardness and energy levels. The night before we shot the first scene, I had a breakdown in the hotel room. I just started crying. Obviously, she's a bad ass and she's tough, but she's like a child too. There are so many levels to her. I was so into it."

As eager as Princess was to help our heroes and make a good impression with a perky, never-say-die attitude, it wasn't long before we saw the pain nor far beneath the surface. As much as her "walker diorama" was definitely an amusing treat for the eyes, it spoke volumes for the effects being without human contact for a year had on her. For Lzaro, going from no one to suddenly three people in front of her required her to think on her feet (and think landmine fields are a smart move): "As we see, it's this sense of 'are people even here anymore? Am I the only person that exists in this world?' That brings her back to before the apocalypse when she still felt alone and like an outcast. Now, she finds herself literally alone and it doubles that pain. Does she trust that they are actually real? When it's been a year since you've seen anyone, she'll take anything. It's okay if they don't even like her."

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Hilarious The Walking Dead Video Ruins Rick’s Life – ComicBook.com

Rick Grimes has been through a lot on The Walking Dead. He had to killed his best friend after his best friend started sleeping with his wife and went crazy. His son had to put his wife down to prevent her from becoming a walker. He escaped a group of cannibals who were ready to bash his skull and eat his organs. He watched as two of his best friends were slaughtered by a dude wearing a little too much leather. None of it, though, compares to what Rick Grimes is exposed to in a new video. A fan of the series cut together a video of Rick witnessing one of the most horrifying moments anyone has ever seen.

Using footage from The Walking Dead's seventh and tenth seasons, Rick Grimes looks through the scope of his rifle. In this version, he does not see Negan's army or some other perilous threat. Instead, he is scarred for life like the millions of fans who watched Season 10. Rick sees Alpha and Negan getting it on in the woods, keeping their socks on through the process. It's a shocking sight which he and The Walking Dead fans can never un-see.

Nevertheless, it makes for a pretty funny video when it is cut together this way. The edited video was posted to Reddit. See it for yourself below!

Of course, Rick Grimes is nowhere near this moment on the AMC show. Instead, he's anxiously waiting for the cameras to start rolling on his upcoming movie. That said, the twist on the well known moment from the books was intentional, according to showrunner Angela Kang.

"We always felt like we needed some of the story of Alpha, Negan and their strange relationship," Kang told THR. Kang specifically asked the writer of Squeeze, David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, to use the comics for inspiration for such a moment. "And he was like, 'Okay! Not quite sure how to get there! Let me work on it!'" Kang recalls. "He came back with this whole storyline where Negan thinks he's about to be killed, but it turns out to be this other thing that sits within Alpha's animalistic philosophy. It's the way she sees exactly who Negan is. She's not wrong about him being a crass man. Negan being Negan thinks, 'Well, it's an opportunity for me!' It came together in this organic and fun way where the writer had a great take on the relationship from the comic book. We had a fun time coming up with a way to show this to our audience in a way that's safe for basic cable but also still surprising."

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The Walking Dead Star Is Worried Ezekiel And Jerry Wont Meet Again – We Got This Covered

Given the dangers of their post-apocalyptic world, any parting between characters on The Walking Deadcould be their last, but there was a particularly loaded goodbye recently on the show. When Ezekiel left Hilltop to join Eugene and Yumiko on an important mission to rendezvous with Eugenes mysterious radio contact Stephanie, he had an emotional farewell with his old pal and right-hand man Jerry. What with the former Kingdom leader suffering from terminal cancer and the Whisperers attacking back home, theres a real feeling that the friends wont meet again.

And its not just the fans worrying about this, either. While speaking on the last episode of Talking Dead,Khary Payton revealed that hes worried he wont get to share any more scenes with Cooper Andrews on the series. The duo both joinedTWDin the same episode season 7, episode 2 so theyve understandably become very close. But are their co-starring days behind them? Heres what Payton had to say:

Its hard to talk about for me, because I think that I mean, this entire show has been a gift to me. But I think the greatest gift that both Ezekiel and I were given wasCooper Andrews and Jerry, Payton said. Because he wasnt in the comics, he wasnt really supposed to be there, you know? But they conjured this character out of the air, because they knew about Cooper and they knew hed be a great fit, and hes been like a brother to me.

To clarify, the actor went on to add that he doesnt know one way or the other, but hes already getting sad about it because he knows thats what everyone is thinking.

I dont know if that was the last goodbye, I dont like to think of it as the last goodbye, but people keep talking to me like its the last goodbye, and it really starts to I almost said the wrong word, Payton added. It really starts to work on me emotionally, I guess would be the way of saying it.

Host Chris Hardwick then encouraged the passionate Payton to let it all out, saying he can swear all he wants. And the star did as he was told.

Its fing with my sh-t, dude. Its fing with my sh-t real bad. Im barely keeping it together!

Last time we saw them, Ezekiel and co.s mission to Charleston, West Virginia had got a lot more complicated, and has also gained a new party member in the form of Princess. Meanwhile, Jerry and the other survivors are facing Betas walker army which hes sent to surround the communities hideout.

Unfortunately, to find out what happens next, well have to wait a while. The Walking Deadseason 10s finale has been delayed indefinitely due to post-production work being unable to be completed right now. It will air at some point later this year on AMC, but as of yet, its unclear when.

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‘The Walking Dead’: Four characters that could kill Beta as the series heads towards Whisperer War – MEAWW

Beta, 'The Walking Dead's' new villain, is terrifying to say in the least.

After Negan brought Carol Alpha's head, Beta went from second-in-command of the Whisperers and the right-hand man of Alpha to the next threat that the OG clan have to eliminate. Despite the way he looks and his gross dead mask isn't even the most terrifying part the most terrifying thing about him is the sociopathic and analytic mind that has him devoted to the brutality of the Whisperer way of life.

He seems to be always wanting to protect his identity, even murdering a member of his own clan after they had recognized him to be a celebrity before the world dove into a zombie apocalypse. Beta has an impressive kill list on his own accord, but now, as fans of the OG, we want the lunatic dead. But who will have that honor?

(1) Aaron

Our first guess has to be that the show might bring back the comic book narrative, even though they have moved past it quite a bit. Jesus and Aaron, take down Beta in the comic series as the villain made his way to Hilltop.

When Beta tries to kill Jesus, Aaron shoots him in the chest, and with that, the Whisperers are defeated. In the series though, Aaron and Alden are now surrounded by Beta and his horde, but they are not dead, so maybe the comic book narrative could move forward with this aspect. Also, Gamma, who developed a friendship with Aaron and left the Whisperers was killed by Beta it would be the perfect revenge for Aaron to have Beta's head.

(2) Negan

Negan was already out on a mission to take down Alpha, after cracking a deal with Carol. He seems determined to be a changed man, with recent episodes having him not only save Daryl's life but open up to his enemy and help Lydia, Alpha's daughter, get over her psychotic mother's death.

Negan, who, after a while was revealed to be playing a double agent, shocked everyone as he took the side of the people that had him imprisoned for 7 years. We don't know if he has another deal with Carol but he seems to want to take the high road, and we're here for it. Wouldn't it be ironic if the man that would burn people's faces in an oven and smashed Glenn's head in will now take down the tyrant that's terrorizing the same people he once did? Not to mention, fans have yet to forgive Negan, we wonder if this would be his ultimate redemption...

(3) Judith

In the last episode, we saw Judith killing Walkers, a sad sight for a kid but she reminded us a lot of her older brother Carl, who himself used a shotgun at a very young age. Even though the scene with Daryl and Judith in the last episode seemed to be set up for Daryl to find out about where Michonne went, we can't help but think this little kid is ready for a wild kill.

She was born at a time when humans were running from flesh-eating zombies, and it seems to us that she has been trained for this her entire life she knows of nothing else other than this hell of a world. Not to mention, Beta won't be looking for Judith to defend himself from and whether it would be a mistake or a planned kill, Judith taking down Beta would pay an intense tribute to the Grimes name. Yes, we know she's Shanes kid, but Rick raised the sweet child and she has the will power of the Grimes family.

(4) Carol

Carol seemed to be fighting insanity as she hears Alpha's taunts, but she has always been determined to get rid of any nemesis that poses a threat to her and her clan. Having made sure that Negan brought her Alpha's head, using emotional manipulation, she is smart enough to lure Beta in ways that her own clan might not think of. Since Season 1, Carol has shown up just at the right time remember when she initiated an explosion literally saving Rick's neck?

Now, she seems the most determined to defeat the Whisperers. If she returns to make sure Beta is gone forever, we don't think anyone will be surprised. She also doesn't reveal her plans to her clan Daryl had no idea about the deal she had with Negan so is there something she's hiding? Is she following Beta as well?

Beta's death is inevitable, and so, we await the incoming Whisperer War we just hope we don't regret the dead body count.

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Holy Shift Suzuki Omni Is India’s Response to the Walking Dead – autoevolution

The Indian auto market was perceived as the next China before the onset of the coronavirus outbreak. The country of 1.4 billion inhabitants showed incredible potential for growth, and a number of established carmakers revised their strategy to account for the projected rise in demand.

One of the names activating in this field in India is Holy Shift Garage, a group of people usually in the business of making custom motorcycles. However, their latest project is a van based on the Suzuki Omni (also known as the Suzuki Carry, or Maruti Omni).

Built in a variety of configurations since 1961, the nameplate is not what one would consider custom material. Yet Holy Shift found a way to make what actually looks like an interesting build.

Starting from a beat down Omni, the crew stripped it to the bone, and replaced virtually everything to make a battle van that would look right at home in theWalking Dead.

The rear axle and 1.0-liter four cylinder engine fitted on it were sourced from a Suzuki Gypsy, another less know four-wheel-drive machine based on the Jimny. So were the differential and transmission.

Visually, the rebuilt Omni is a meaner version of its former self. It packs a roll cage, roof rack with LED light bar, a motorcycle rack at the rear and bull bar at the front, and instead of side windows it was fitted with metal plates.

The battle Omni is for now a one-off, and we know of no plans of making more of it. What we do know, courtesy of Silodrome, is that Holy Shift plans to tweak it even further, perhaps by giving it an even bigger engine and more brake and suspension upgrades.

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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 10: From Carol to Father Gabriel, here are top 4 worst characters from the show – MEAWW

'The Walking Dead' Season 10 has been eventful and very bloody. We've had to say goodbye to some important characters. Some left, and some were killed mercilessly. While most of the characters on the show are loved, be it venomously evil or virtuous, there are some characters that really aren't fan-favorites. In other words, it wouldn't be a complete loss if they left the show.

The finale is nearing, or rather it will release whenever the coronavirus decides to relax its grip on the world. In the meantime, here are some characters that we wouldn't mind saying goodbye to.

You either love or hate Carol Peletier (Melissa McBride), and for many, it's the second one. In one episode, Carol chased after Alpha (Samantha Morton) into a dark cave, which led Daryl (Norman Reedus) and everyone else to run after her and tumble down the ledge. Of course, it was lined with walkers, who were just waiting for some new flesh. Worst, was when Carol pulled a couple of new stunts, which resulted in Connie (Lauren Ridloff) and Magna (Nadia Hilker) getting trapped in the cave.

Even Daryl was furious with her for that. In another episode, she does not vouch for Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) as she had promised to do if he killed Alpha. She goes off on her own journey. It remains to be seen whether she will survive the final battle.

Though to be fair, Carol has lost a lot thanks to Alpha. Apart from this, she has a traumatic past to deal with and this obviously would have messed with her psyche.

Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) started off in the show on a dubious note, as he began with cowardice and backstabbing. It was unclear where his allegiances lay. Remember him betraying Rick Grimes and his group by complaining to Donna that they were doing dangerous things at Alexandria? And then, he told Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) that she should take the blame for the deaths of Tyreese (Chad L Coleman) and Bob (Gilliard Jr). Though he still redeemed himself after that, he stays in the background now and doesn't commit more mistakes. But he doesn't contribute much to the show either. Could he be the one to get killed in the finale, just like his comic book counterpart?

For a long time, Rosita Espinosa was just on the show for sexual activity and didn't really contribute to the actual action. Her storylines were mostly scandalous in nature, be it her affair with Eugene, or being married to Father Gabriel, though she's pregnant with someone else's child. The pregnancy is from a tryst with Siddique, who is now dead. Meanwhile, Eugene still loves Rosita.

This isn't the first time that Rosa was in such a situation, as earlier she was in love with Abraham, who broke up with her to be with Sasha. Seriously, Rosita has not been helping entirely much with the storyline, either which does put her in the worst character category. Sorry, Rosita!

For the most part, Eugene still remains the coward he was since Season 4. He prioritizes his survival above anyone else's and there has been no significant change in the character as such.

So, there you have it. We think it's best that we can see these characters take an exit route in the finale.

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The best paranormal horror movies to watch on Netflix – Insider – INSIDER

With more movies available for streaming now more than ever, it can be tough to figure out what to watch. That's why Insider has compiled helpful guides for every type of movie or TV show you might want to stream.

Netflix has numerous paranormal horror movies available to watch, including genre classics like "The Ring" and newer indie thrillers like "The Witch." For fans of demon movies, there's also titles like "Veronica," which focuses on a possessed Spanish schoolgirl, and "The Last Exorcism," a combination of "The Blair Witch Project" and "The Exorcist."

Here are seven paranormal horror movies you an watch on Netflix.

Note: Numerous Netflix titles drop off the service monthly, so the availability of titles below may change.

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Sea Fever is the accidental zeitgeist horror movie of our isolated here and now – The A.V. Club

Every movie is now a horror movie. To watch even, say, an innocuous romantic comedy is to feel shudders of instinctive unease, triggered by scenes of people hugging or attending a concert or not spending the entire running time washing their hands. Of course, some films might actually benefit, so to speak, from the anxiety were bringing to them. Take, for example, Sea Fever. Set aboard an Irish fishing boat that becomes infested with deadly aquatic parasites, this modestly scaled sci-fi thriller isnt going to win any points for originalityits well-acted and reasonably intelligent, but also derivative enough to compare unfavorably to plenty of stone-cold classics. Thing (or The Thing) is, its hard to dwell too much on these superior monster movies when the mind is leaping instead to parallels between the events on screen and those unfolding in real life. Which is to say, Sea Fevers portrait of ordinary people in close quarters, stressing about a highly transmittable threat, now looks like an accidental zeitgeist moviea horror picture for our awful here and now. It could only be more unnervingly topical if it took place on a cruise ship instead.

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The films heroine, a graduate student with a rather scientific remove from everyone in her life, probably looks a little more sympathetic today than she did half a year ago, when Sea Fever premiered on the festival circuit. I dont do joining, Siobhn (Hermione Corfield) tells her professor when he encourages her to step away from the microscope to have cake with her classmates; shes a social distancing pro before it was cool. That unfriendliness, combined with a superstition that red hair is bad luck at sea, puts her immediately at odds with the crew of the trawler she boards to collect research for her thesis. But her coldly analytical nature also comes in handy when some underwater anomalyan enormous squidlike creatureattaches its glowing tendrils to the ship, locking it in place like an anchor. The real danger is what it unleashes through the hull: a shiny goo from which tiny, vicious spawn hatch, immediately seeking out the nearest open wound or orifice to squirm into. The ickiest part? They like to hang out in the eyes, which is useful for detection but also one of the last places youd want a hostile organism to set up shop.

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Again, all of this may inspire a flash of dj vu for anyone possessing even a passing familiarity with films about a small group of blue-collar workers facing off against an invasive creature in isolation. The crew, which includes a salty captain (Connie Nielsen), her husband and first mate (Dougray Scott), and the sensitive stud (Jack Hickey) Siobhn takes a shine to, is a seafaring variation on the intergalactic manifest of the Nostromo. (Theres even a jocular dinner-table scene right before all hell breaks loose.) To that DNA Sea Fever also adds a drop of John Carpenters blood, subbing out a petri dish and a flamethrower for a flashlight shined directly into the pupil of the potentially infected. Meanwhile, a detour to a larger vessel the characters spot floating ominously in the distance evokes both genre milestones, plus their countless toothy offspring.

Honestly, writer-director Neasa Hardiman, a TV veteran who helmed a couple episodes of Jessica Jones, might have been better off emulating her influences more shamelessly, or at least a bit more emphatically. Beyond her pretty gnarly spin on Aliens famous chest-buster sequence, nothing here rises to comparable levels of intensity, paranoia, or queasiness. Then again, theres also something refreshing about Sea Fevers minimalismthe way it keeps everything in the realm of both plausible behavior and some semblance of realism. Armed with a presumably limited budget, Hardiman resists tilting the action into full-scale Hollywood bombast; she deploys her effects sparingly, which is a plus, because theyre much less convincing than her casts distressed reaction to them. Likewise, there are few displays of superhuman fortitude: Only Siobhn, in her emotional detachment, approaches anything like steeliness, her shipmates responding instead with credible fear, panic, and tears.

One might wish that the film better amplified the drama of its claustrophobic scenario. At 89 minutes, its almost too fleet to properly set up the primary conflict between steadfast pragmatism and the more messily human impulses of everyone else on board; schematic though that divide is, Sea Fever tackles it with almost too much restraintthis material called for a few more shouting matches. All the same, theres no denying that the movie eventually reaches a confrontation of disturbing relevance. Faced with the probability that one or all of them are infected with this highly fast-moving parasite, Siobhn makes the case that they cant return to dry land until they know for sure theyre nota logical conclusion thats met with understandable but illogical resistance. In other words, Sea Fever becomes a horror movie about someone trying to convince people to stay in quarantine for the sake of everyone else. Its science fiction mostly in the possibility that she could succeed.

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There’s An Awesome, Free Cosmic Horror Movie Streaming On YouTube Now – GameSpot

Looking for a little horrifying distraction to transport you to another plane of terror during these self-isolating times? Luckily for you, The Void is now streaming for free on YouTube. And free stuff is especially welcome right now--how about some free games you can download right now, for example?

If you haven't seen The Void, get ready for a wild ride involving a murderous sex cult, teen pregnancy, gory body horror, John Carpenter-esque practical effects, and trippy imagery that will send your mind hurtling through the far reaches of eldritch space. In other words, it's good.

The Void was written and directed by Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie and partially funded on Indiegogo, where the duo raised $82,510 specifically for the movie's creature effects. Those funds were put to good use, as the film has some of the goopiest, most sickening practical effects since The Thing. If you want to see human bodies transform into skin-flayed Lovecraftian horror shows rife with whipping tentacles and slimy, gaping maws, The Void is your ticket.

The 2016 movie, which was previously available in the US on Shudder, is now streaming on a channel called FilmSelect Trailer, and it seems official, though there's zero context given in the video description. As far as plot, The Void follows a police officer after he takes an injured man to a local hospital where his estranged wife works as a nurse. After several strange events, the hospital is besieged by cultists, and s*** really pops off. We won't say any more--by now you probably know whether this is a movie you're going to enjoy.

And if you can't get enough otherworldly terror, check out our full list of cosmic horror you can stream now, then move on to streaming monster movies.

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