The Walking Dead (2012) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

The Walking Dead (2012)The Walking Dead (2012) - Review, Rating and Synopsis

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  • Release Date: 2012
  • Genre:  Zombie
  • Director:  Frank Darabont
  • Screenwriter: Sean Vanaman
  • Cast & Crew: Melissa Hutchison, Nick Herman, Chuck Kourouklis, Nikki Rapp, Gavin Hammon, Cissy Jones, Nicole Vigil, Sam Joan, Peter Edward MussadMark Barbolak, Butch Engle, Max Kaufman, Brett Pels, Brian R. Davis

The Walking Dead (2012) Rating:

  • Eloise = 7 / 10;
  • Simina = 8 / 10;
  • IMDB = 9.2 / 10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 8.0/10.

The Walking Dead (2012) Synopsis:

Following the events in Season One, Rick is at the command of a survivor group. As they arrive in an isolated farmhouse, they start discovering more details about this epidemic.

The Walking Dead (2012) Review:

Compared to the first season, I find this one slightly disappointing, mainly because of the time they spend on the farm. The season is much longer (almost double the number of episodes) but there seems to be less happening. At first, I didn’t really like the new characters: the family living on the farm. Were they going to help them, or use them? Clearly, it all turned out pretty good for everyone. Still, there are a few lengthy passages there.

It nevertheless remains a very good series. I especially like the fact that we learn about the epidemic, how you become, or not a zombie; and it’s quite a change to all the zombie movies we have seen. The virus is airborne and until you die, you cannot become a zombie. It really adds something to the zombie world.

One other good thing about this series is that even though there is drama, it doesn’t always turn out to be all great. instead, some people die, and even good people. That really makes it an even more realistic series.

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