Movie subscription service MoviePass and theater chain AMC haven’t been on the best of terms, with the latter attempting to block the former from working in its theaters. But AMC’s answer to MoviePass will finally arrive on June 26, and to our surprise, it actually seems like it could be a great deal.
The Walking Dead’s ninth season is going to be losing not one, but two of the show’s longest-running characters. But it seems that while doing so, a familiar figure from the show’s past will be making a special appearance on the series.
Yesterday, allegations surfaced claiming that Chris Hardwick sexual assaulted and emotionally abused his ex-girlfriend, the model, cosplayer, and actress Chloe Dykstra.
One of the best things about AMC’s Preacher is just how weird it can be. One minute, it’s just a bunch of friends driving in a car. The next minute, Hitler is trying to break out of hell. At any second, basically anything can happen.
AMC and Channel 4's Humans returned for season 3 last week and dramatically shook the status quo of the universe. Take a look at a tense synth family reunion in this exclusive clip from tonight’s episode.
Humans, a collaboration between AMC and the British Channel 4, is back for its third season, conveniently airing a few nights after that other show about robots who gain sentience. But while Westworld is exploring what happens when the bots in Farmville that can be murdered and sexed gain sentience and partake in…
It may be a zombie bite, a rival group’s attack, or just a lone walk toward the great unknown. No matter what you call it, Rick Grimes will soon be gone from The Walking Dead. Several news outlets are reporting that Andrew Lincoln will be exiting the series sometime in season nine.
Stock in MoviePass’ parent company Helios & Matheson has crashed precipitously amid reports that the ticket-sales service is very quickly running out of money—specifically, just $15.5 million in cash on hand at the end of April with another $27.9 million on deposit at a time when MoviePass is burning through nearly…
MoviePass, the monthly subscription-based service that offers seemingly impossible deals on movie tickets, appears to be heading towards that place where most impossible deals enabled by fistfuls of investors’ money go: the drain.
James Cameron has a lot of thoughts on science fiction. This shouldn’t be a surprise, considering he made The Terminator, Aliens, The Abyss, and Avatar. But in a new series debuting tonight on AMC, he and some friends will be exploring the genre in a much deeper way than those films ever could.
I don’t think I’ve ever watched a more self-satisfied, obnoxious episode of television in my life. But what’s even more obnoxious is that the season eight finale of The Walking Dead was still gratifying to me, too, if only because it looks like it finally got the AMC show back on the right track (...maybe).
After being buzzed about as an in-development project for a few years, the television adaptation of Joe Hill’s tense, award-winning horror novel NOS4A2 is getting a 10-episode order at the network that’s home to The Walking Dead.
No, seriously. I know it may sound impossible after this deeply troubled second-half of season eight, but The Walking Dead pulled off an episode that had no major issues and was pretty compelling because it actually advanced a lot of storylines while also setting up some major stakes for the season finale. See, …
After last week’s episode of silent zombies and fences that couldn’t be shot through, I was determined to go into this week’s episode of The Walking Dead with an open mind. I wanted to look for the good, I really did. Instead, I got a brutal, nihilistic reminder of the show’s most fundamental problem: Rick Grimes.
There have been a lot of casualties on The Walking Dead. One of the earliest and most tragic fatalities was the surprising end met by Dale Horvath, everyone’s favorite fisherman hat-wearing grandpa figure. His death came as a shock for fans, but get ready for another shock—the actor himself was the one who pulled the…
This is why we can’t have nice things.
io9 has an exclusive clip from Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead, and it’s a good one. Given that it’s an official show promo, I would guess it takes place early in the episode, and so it’s probably not technically that much of a spoiler overall. But I was definitely surprised when I saw what happened in it.
If you felt The Walking Dead had been spinning its gore-covered wheels for the last several seasons, well, last night’s episode introduced something that is truly new. It’s arguably the most important moment since Negan and the Saviors swaggered onto the scene, if not before. But since this is The Walking Dead, I have…
Lessons are immediately forgotten. Trips are wasted. Obviously poor decisions are made. Hell, Jadis, Queen of the Garbage People, somehow became the episode’s most sympathetic character. When that happens, you know your Walking Dead episode has major, major problems.
The world’s pre-eminent source of zombie entertainment has never exactly been afraid of shooting itself in the foot now and again. It’s like the show has some sort of crippling self-esteem issues, and can’t help sabotaging itself. But this episode in particular felt like The Walking Dead wanted to offer us a delicious…