Ah young love — it's almost enough to make you vomit. If the end of the world weren't tough enough, #AMC went and turned #TheWalkingDead into its own version of Dawson's Creek with Episode 5's "Go Getters," a mushy teen romance for the ages. Listen up Scott Gimple, the only mush we want on this show is the mushing of people's brain matter. As the rest of the groups tear apart, it looks like Chandler Riggs's Carl and Katelyn Nacon's Enid are getting closer than ever.
When it comes to Halloween events, we're all ones that turn into giant children watching the clock down to those patches. Fans on Epic Games' Paragon have already been having fun at obtaining their Twitch.tv based skins, fans of Smite have been throwing Gems at the Halloween Chest, and now Destiny fans are rallying for their upcoming event.
It wasn't too long ago that the second trailer for Underworld: Blood Wars was released, providing us with a better look at the newest installment in the Underworld franchise. Revealed at this year's New York Comic-Con, the NYCC trailer doesn't add much more context to what was learned of in the previous trailer, but there are a few new screenshots that shed some light on the mystery behind Selene's blood and how her blood is integral to the plot of Blood Wars.
Some people just can't catch a break in the zombie apocalypse, can they? Inbetween showrunner Scott M. Gimple splitting up couples with a wire-wrapped baseball bat, another budding partnership has also become a casualty of Season 7. During the the Walker Stalker Cruise in the Bahamas, one audience member yelled out their support for a relationship between Norman Reedus's Daryl Dixon and Tom Payne's Jesus. In attendance at the panel were Reedus, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and SFX guru Greg Nicotero, with Nicotero quick to shoot down the Daryl and Jesus romance by saying: