Rick Grimes Zombie Pranks Daryl Dixon

Daryl is definitely going to punch Rick one of these days. Due to a rare disorder, Nick Santonastasso was born with one arm and no legs. He recently rose to Internet fame by using this condition to zombie prank people in a local grocery store. The folks who make The Walking Dead were fans of this video and reached out to Santonastasso. Their goal: scare the shit out of Norman Reedus. Check out the video above. I'd say that's a mission accomplished.

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This season promises to be super gross. The cast and crew of The Walking Dead are sweating their nuts off in Atlanta again and couldn't be happier. AMC released this behind-the-scenes preview of season 5 finds them on their first day back for what seems to be an action-packed season. It even looks like Clara the Zombie is back which is an intriguing surprise. Andrew Lincoln says the season opener is "the most ambitious first episode I think we've attempted" while Lauren Cohan adds the premiere is "so disturbing ... some of the stuff they shot yesterday, I don't know if it'll make it to TV." Who knows what she's referring to. We'll just have to use our imaginations. Oh God. OH GOD!! THAT'S GROSS!!


Rick Is A Real Sleepyhead In 'Walking Dead' Midseason Preview

It's not wise to sleep in during the zombie apocalypse. The events of The Walking Dead's midseason finale this past Sunday shook up the lives and safety of the characters, so read no further if you don't want anything spoiled. Opting not to leave us on a totally frustrating cliffhanger, the end of the episode saw the survivors scattering from the prison as it lay wasted from the war with Woodbury 2.0 and overrun with zombies. The show won't return until February 9th, but this preview gives us a look at the new perils they find themselves in now that their home and community is no more. Will they find safety from the road? How will they reunite? It's not like they have cellphones or other means of long distance communication. That's why it's important to always have an established meeting place in the case of fire or tank assault. Now you know and knowing is half the battle.


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But they'll have to walk to get there. AMC has previewed this Sunday's return of The Walking Dead by posting the first two minutes of the midseason premiere. Thankfully, they only spend about 7 seconds grieving the recent loss of one of their own, and get right down to business - where are we going to live now? Acting on rumors of a safe area surrounded by a wall and set up with solar power, they decide as a group that they have to check it out. It's a long trip (read: more walking in the woods) and it could cost them everything. If I were them, I would hunker down in one of the several Costco's or shopping malls located along the highway. But that's me. You do you.


'Walking Dead' Featurette Promises Zombies Out The Butt

Hopefully also plot development and characters making good decisions. This behind the scenes look at season four of AMC's The Walking Dead catches up with the cast and producers to tease what's to come. Here we see the prison itself has been made more liveable and bolstered against outside attack. Which is a good thing because executive producer Gale Anne Hurd promises this season brings more zombies than we've seen before. The cast also hints at the new threat mentioned at Comic-Con. Here we're told that it's not humans and not walkers but something deadlier than anything the survivors have had to deal with so far. I'm guessing airborne virus or sharknado. Just as long as it's not Ghost Lori because that got weird.