It’s impossible to deny the impact that Michael Jackson, the true king of pop (suck it, Kanye), had on the music world. The man put out “Thriller”! Is that not enough reason to respect and appreciate the hell out of him?
And it’s because of “Thriller” that several prominent metal musicians have come together to record Thriller – A Metal Tribute To Michael Jackson! The album features appearances from Chuck Billy (Testament), Bumblefoot (Guns N Roses), Lajon Witherspoon (Sevendust), Chris Jericho (Fozzy), and many more! Head on below to see the full track list and head on over to Amazon to pick up your copy!
1. Thriller (Chuck Billy of Testament)
2. Man in the Mirror (Billy Sheehan of Mr. Big, Danny Worsnop of Asking Alexandria)
3. The Way You Make Me Feel (Angelo Moore of Fishbone, Doug Aldrich of Whitesnake, Rudy Sarzo of Queensrÿche)
4. Black or White (Bruck Kulick, Lajon Witherspoon of Sevendust, Tony Franklin of The Firm)
5. Beat It (Priya Panda of Diemonds, Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal of Guns N’ Roses)
6. Billy Jean (Corey Glover of Living Colour, Phil Campbell of Motörhead)
7. Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground) (Elias Soriano of Nonpoint)
8. Rock with You (Doug Pinnick of King’s X)
9. Dirty Diana (Chris Jericho of Fozzy)
10. Bad (Craig Goldy of Dio, Paul Dianno)
11. They Don’t Care About Us (Icarus Witch)
12. Never Can Say Goodbye (Lonnie Jordan of War)
13. Smooth Criminal (Re-Recorded) (Alien Ant Farm)
For one day only Woot is selling this fantastic Army of Darkness-inspired T-shirt entitled “Groovy”.
The artist description teases a new game of rock, paper, scissors, in which chainsaw beats all. Here are the rules: “Okay, so rock beats scissors, scissors beats paper, and paper beats rock, and chainsaw beats everything, but if you use chainsaw on someone, he gets nubs to use in the next round, and nubs beat everything because, you know, pity.
“However, if you’re beaten by someone with nubs you get charity points, and if you save enough charity points you can buy a foundation, and if you use a foundation it means that everyone needs to donate whatever they throw down – scissors, rock, paper, chainsaw, or nubs – to your cause, which means they lose the round but get double charity points to put towards building a rival foundation, which they can use to get back their moves from rounds previous.
“Of course, nobody plays with any of these moves, though, because everyone knows that the real way to win at everything in life is with a reference to a cult classic horror comedy.“
Before Fox’s Devil’s Due opens in theaters January 17, Paramount Pictures kicks off the New Year with Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones on January 3, 2014.
Written and directed by Christopher Landon, and starring Richard Cabral, Carlos Pratts, and Eddie J. Fernandez, Paramount international has released a new trailer for the Latino-themed haunter.
“After being “marked,” Jesse begins to be pursued by mysterious forces while his family and friends try to save him.”
We now have a few hi-res images for the hotly anticipated “The Returned,” which makes its American debut on Sundance Channel starting on Thursday, October 31st at 9PM ET/PT.
“In an idyllic French mountain town, a seemingly random collection of people find themselves in a state of confusion as they attempt to return to their homes. What they don’t know yet is that they have been dead for several years, and no one is expecting them back. As they struggle to reintegrate with their families and past lovers, buried secrets emerge and new mysteries develop as they grapple with a miraculous and sinister new reality. But it seems they are not the only ones to have returned from the dead. Their arrival coincides with a series of gruesome murders which bear a chilling resemblance to the work of a serial killer from the past.”
Anne Consigny, Frédéric Pierrot, and Clotilde Hesme all star.
If you’ve been craving another zombie game, 505 Games and EKO Software have something for you. It’s called How to Survive and it sounds like it brings together the gameplay of Dead Nation with the weapon crafting of Dead Island. We’ve been given a launch trailer to celebrate the game’s release on PC, XBLA, PSN and the Wii U — watch it after the jump.
Welcome to Ghosts of Gaming Past — here we’ll be reviewing older horror games, classics and non-classics we missed when they were originally released. Have a game you’d like reviewed? Send us an email.
Written by Kevin Kennedy, @thekevmiester
It’s been 5 years since Valve released Left 4 Dead, their high octane zombie shooter which is low on story but heavy with action and a dreary atmosphere. Online shooters are a tricky beast to review after the fact; while having an online component may well keep people playing your game for slightly longer, there may come a time when it isn’t actually possible to play anymore, at least not effectively. I thought I’d dive back into Left 4 Dead and see how it holds up.
As previously mentioned, Left 4 Dead is light on story. Simply put, zombies are about and they want to smash your head in. There are 4 campaigns to survive, each consisting of 5 chapters, as yourself and three other characters (players or AI controlled) make your way across the areas. From a college student, a war veteran, a bad ass biker gang member and an unemployed office worker, the characters aren’t designed to be deep. They spit out the occasional funny line and can interact with each other, but it’s only really people that spend a lot of time with the game that will even remember or like the characters.
Upon first entering the game, everything can seem very daunting. You’ll most likely be teamed with players who know exactly what they’re doing and will run ahead, leaving you feeling rather anxious as you both try to keep up whilst learning the controls. While not a dreadful thing as it adds to the tension, the lack of any real tutorial and any real help does throw you in the deep end. While I don’t mind this too much myself, it may turn some off.
The zombies themselves may be mindless charging monsters, but they have some smarts to them. They can climb fences and jump through windows easily enough. You may see the occasional simpleton that goes the wrong way and they don’t seem too bothered by fire but there’s nothing that spoils the experience. The special zombies however have slightly sharper wits among them.
The smoker will cautiously follow you, waiting for an opening before sticking it’s tongue out. The Boomer will hide behind corners hoping to catch you unaware while the Hunter will usually just leap erratically at you until it lands a hit. The same can be said for the Tanks and Witches, which when called into action, will usually just charge head first into the action.
The real AI comes in the form of the Director, the program used to subtly change the game each time you run through. Things like enemy placements, music cues and character dialogue will change with each play-through. While the game experience will hardly change, it does keep things from getting too stale too soon and also keeps you on your toes.
There is very little horror in this game, only tension. Barely a moment goes by without at least one thing trying to kill you. After enough play-throughs you may start to feel somewhat confident and complacent, but that’s when a single slip up or a Tank will be thrown into the mixture and put you back on your toes. It’s exciting stuff!
As excellent as the game is, it is always down to the people you are playing with. You’ll occasionally run into a scumbag who deliberately shoots you five times before disconnecting, but for the most part everybody is keen to have fun. That being said, it’s hard to feel that the stats revelled at the end of each chapter only encourage people to focus more on getting kills than working together, but going off alone is usually the best way to remind people how important team work is.
If you’ve played other Valve shooters you’ll be right at home with how this controls, though the “shoot first ask later” mentality won’t serve you too well here due to friendly fire, which isn’t too much of an issue on lower difficulties, but can be game ending on higher settings. As for the controls themselves, they are as great as you would imagine though given the speed of the game and number of enemies on screen, I recommend you play with a mouse and keyboard.
When you have completed each campaign a few times and feel the challenge disappearing, there is always the option to enter Vs mode which will drop you right back off in tension alley. In this mode there are two teams of four and you take turns playing as both zombies and survivors; the survivors trying to make it to the safe house as per usual, but with player controlled zombies trying to stop them. This mode was met with some criticism upon release due to the fact that the zombies have too short a life span to actually enjoy.
While I don’t necessary disagree, I feel that some people approached the game in the mind set of charging down survivors like some brutish monster, when actually it should be played much more methodically than that. Sure you can just charge as soon as you spawn, though much more effective is to attack together from vantage points that serve your character. It can be greatly rewarding to pull off the perfect attack and watch the survivors either desperately run for cover or see their health bars slowly deplete. Conversely, escaping such an attack as survivors can be more satisfying than any moment in the single player can be.
Oh, there is also a single-player portion of the game which allies you with bots, but put quite plainly, if you don’t like playing with others, this is not the game for you. The only offline activity worth taking is the developers commentary, which I’m always appreciative of.
While all this is well and good, you all most likely read the majority of this stuff back in 2008. The major selling point though is wether or not the game is still playable. The answer to that query is yes. Well…. mostly. I’ve been checking in over the last few days and there have still been a fair few number of people still playing (667 at time of writing). Not nearly as much as there was upon release, but enough to warrant downloading it again should you fancy a game.
On the other hand, if you’re wanting to start a new campaign from scratch with three other players, you may have to set up your own lobby and wait a while. A long while. Bottom line, there are still enough people playing to warrant getting in, though it may still be best to jump in with friends you can talk to and reliably make a new game with.
While there is no real story to speak off, the atmosphere is very thick in Left 4 Dead. Gabe Newell supposably based the outbreak heavily upon the Spanish influenza in regards to how people reacted and what the government’s response to it was. The palate is decidedly grim; very little colors to be seen here, which can also be said of the zombies. You rarely see them long enough to study them, though you will notice the occasional repetitive design and fall animation but quite frankly none of it really matters. There’s enough visible feedback and detail to keep you invested and the dead have just enough life in them to register them as a threat.
If there is one usual defining feature of a Valve game, it’s the superb level design. There may be the occasional sign against a wall that outright tells you where to go, but the world feels vibrant and even open while still being very much linear. While you may walk into the occasional empty room, you will never get lost, even whilst running through the corn fields.
This is one of those games that absolutely require a good set of headphones. Not because the sound design is good, which it certainly is, but because using sound to accurately pinpoint where unseen enemies are is almost essential to playing the game. Without them, you’ll be jumping and spinning around whenever you hear any of the special zombies making their noises. The aforementioned AI Director tries to affect the mode every so often with changes in music. While somewhat effective, they act more as cues to what danger is around (you’ll come to recognise the “Tank” music very quickly).
The Final Word: Left 4 Dead holds up. The servers may not be as full as they used to be, but those who missed out before still have time to jump back in. Given Valve’s behaviour lately though, I wouldn’t be surprised if Left 4 Dead went free to play some time in the near future. I can imagine the servers being far more busy then. Regardless, still an incredibly tense, repayable, unique game that stands the test of time.
Austin, TX-based musician Lazerhawk has released what might very well be the most badass electronic album this year with Skull & Shark, a 15 track collection of 70′s and 80′s horror-inspired synth goodness. Mr. Disgusting sent me a link to the bandcamp and all I could think when putting it on was that this is something I have got to own! It reminds me at times of Argento’s films and at other points films like Nightmare On Elm St..
Head on below to stream Skull Shark and for the love of god, pick up a copy!
FX continued on its relentless pace this evening with another shock-filled episode of “American Horror Story: Coven”. As always, we’re left with a cliffhanger that should have most of you guys salivating for next week’s episode. If you can’t stand another second of waiting, here’s the promo for episode 3.04, “Fearful Pranks Ensue”, which airs Oct. 30 at 10 p.m. EST.
In it, “1961: When an African American teenager is lynched, Marie Laveau, who has no faith in the Civil Rights Movement, takes a ghastly revenge.
Today: Queenie has been horribly violated and terribly injured, and Fiona blames Marie. She won’t send Queenie to a hospital; they’ll take care of her themselves to avoid attracting attention… and the wrath of the Council of Witchcraft. But Fiona does send Marie a bloody message… one that will rattle the decades-long truce between the Salem witches and the Voodoo Queen. Meanwhile, Zoe tends to a traumatized Kyle, but when he runs away, she must find him before he can do any more harm. And Madame LaLaurie is worried, because today is Halloween – the day that fearful pranks ensue if the proper offerings are not made. As Fiona scoffs at her superstitions, an enraged Marie prepares for a terrible payback, and a humbled Madame LaLaurie finds herself indebted to Queenie. Myrtle, Quentin and Pembroke, three representatives from the Council of Witchcraft, come to pay a visit; unaware of Queenie’s condition or the violation of the truce with Marie, they come on far graver business – business that could be bad news for Fiona. Myrtle has had dire suspicions about Fiona for a very, very long time. But both Spalding and Cordelia have secrets that will impact the Council’s investigation. Elsewhere, we learn that Hank, too, has a secret. And as Halloween night falls, a terrifying army is raised, the girls go out to search for a missing friend, and Spalding hosts a ghastly tea party.”
“American Horror Story: Coven” stars Jessica Lange, Frances Conroy, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Taissa Farmiga, Kathy Bates, Gabourey Sidibe, Angela Bassett, Patti LuPone, Emma Roberts, Denis O’Hare, Alexandra Breckenridge, Christine Ebersole, Danny Huston and Lily Rabe.
Next week's episode of "American Horror Story: Coven" airs the night before Halloween - will it be full of tricks or treats? From the looks of this preview of Episode 3.04, "Fearful Pranks Ensue," the answer seems to be a lot of both!
"American Horror Story: Coven" Episode 3.04 - "Fearful Pranks Ensue" (airs 10/30/13)
Fiona’s (Jessica Lange) choices rattle a decades-long truce between the Salem witches and Marie Laveau (Angela Bassett). The Council of Witchcraft pays a surprise visit to the Academy with disturbing allegations.
Directed by Michael Uppendahl and written by Jennifer Salt .
We've been singing the praises of filmmaker Mike Flanagan (Absentia, Oculus) for quite some time now, and it is AWESOME to see the man and his team getting their due! Read on for the latest details on what's next!
According to Deadline, Flanagan and his partner, Jeff Howard, have sold their original pitch Peekers to Lionsgate. It’s a low-budget horror film that they will adapt from the short story by Bram Stoker Award-winning Irish novelist Kealan Patrick Burke. Last Vegas’ Lawrence Grey will produce through his Grey Matter Productions.
In the script a terrified man walks into a police station to report that the residents on his entire street are missing, insisting the victims were done in by eerie, grinning doppelgangers. When the man disappears from the locked interrogation room, the young female officer who took his statement must venture out into the rapidly vanishing community to find her son and get him to safety as the community is infested by these deadly grinning idiots.
Sounds eerie? Yep! That's our Mike! More soon!
Back in January of this year, AMC launched its "Dead Yourself" app, fully sanctioned by "The Walking Dead." Now, with the show surpassing 20 million Facebook fans, they're kicking off #BiteMe, an upgrade that allows fans to “bite” and “infect” their Facebook friends.
From the Press Release:
AMC’s "The Walking Dead" has surpassed 20 million Facebook fans following the highly anticipated Season 4 premiere. To celebrate the milestone, AMC is thanking fans with the below graphic that warns: “20 Million Are Now Infected.”
Additionally, AMC unveiled the social initiative #BiteMe, an upgrade to the "Dead Yourself" app that allows fans to “bite” and “infect” their Facebook friends, turning them into photo-realistic walkers. Fans simply need take or import a photo of their friend; edit the photo using incredibly realistic zombie eyes, mouths, parts, and props from the actual show (including new parts from Season 4); and then share the new portrait on social media and within the app’s Walker photo gallery. The app also includes a leaderboard for America’s Top Biters and a Heat Map that populates new infections and bites by location.
Click here to visit the iTunes App Store for more details and download info.
To stay up-to-the-minute on all things walker related, follow @WalkingDead_AMC on Twitter and visit "The Walking Dead" on Facebook. For more be sure to hit up the official "The Walking Dead" page on AMC.com.
November 12-14 on The CW: New Synopses for The Originals, Supernatural, The Tomorrow People, and The Vampire Diaries
New synopses for upcoming episodes of "The Originals," "Supernatural," "The Tomorrow People," and "The Vampire Diaries" have arrived, and you better get out the Kleenex. Lots of heartache seems to be on the menu.
"The Originals" Episode 1.07 - "Bloodletting" (airs 11/12/13, 8-9pm)
A BLAST FROM THE PAST — When someone from Hayley’s (Phoebe Tonkin) past makes a startling revelation, she grows concerned for herself and the baby. Amidst growing tensions between them, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and Elijah (Daniel Gillies) turn to Sabine (guest star Shannon Kane) for help in locating Hayley, who has gone missing.
After making a trip down to the bayou, Klaus has a surprising and dangerous encounter with an unexpected visitor. Meanwhile, Davina (Danielle Campbell) makes a surprising connection, and Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) makes Rebekah (Claire Holt) an enticing offer that leaves her torn.
Jeffrey Hunt directed the episode written by Michael Russo and Michael Narducci.
"Supernatural" Episode 9.06 - "Heaven Can't Wait" (airs 11/12/13, 9-10pm)
CASTIEL GETS A JOB — Castiel (Misha Collins) gets a job at a Gas-N-Sip and actually starts to enjoy life as a human. A headline in the local newspaper about some disappearances in the area catches his eye so he calls Dean (Jensen Ackles) to help him investigate the case.
Dean knows he needs to keep Sam/Ezekiel (Jared Padaleck) away from Castiel so he tells Sam that he and Kevin (guest star Osric Chau) need to stay and work with Crowley (Mark Sheppard) to decipher the tablet. Crowley agrees to help Sam and Kevin, but in return he wants one phone call to hell.
Rob Spera directed the episode written by Robert Berens.
"The Tomorrow People" Episode 1.06 - "Sorry for Your Loss" (airs 11/13/13, 9-10pm)
FAMILY BONDS — When Stephen (Robbie Amell) and Russell (Aaron Yoo) head out for a night of fun, they run into a potential new break-out. Stephen and Russell report back to John (Luke Mitchell) and Cara (Peyton List) about the new person, but they want to keep a low profile from Ultra.
Sadly, Russell learns that his dad has passed away, and he is torn about whether or not he should go home. John volunteers to accompany Russell to help keep him out of trouble. Meanwhile, Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino) has a shocking secret that could destroy his career.
Madeleine Mantock also stars. Nathan Hope directed the episode written by Jeff Rake and Ray Utarnachitt.
"The Vampire Diaries" Episode 5.07 - "Death and the Maiden" (airs 11/14/13, 8-9pm)
THE POWER OF DOPPLEGANGERS — While Elena (Nina Dobrev) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) try to explain Amara’s (Nina Dobrev) situation to Stefan (Paul Wesley), Dr. Wes (guest star Rick Cosnett) gives Katherine (Nina Dobrev) some deeply disturbing news. Nadia (guest star Olga Fonda) shows up at Caroline’s (Candice Accola) dorm room, searching for Katherine.
After a surprising conversation with Amara, Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) and Bonnie (Kat Graham) share a glimmer of hope. Silas (Paul Wesley) fails to keep a promise, causing Damon to turn to Tessa (guest star Janina Gavankar) for help with his new plan, and Stefan makes a heartbreaking confession to Damon and Elena.
Leslie Libman directed the episode written by Rebecca Sonnenshine.
We're just two weeks away from the start of the American Film Market, which means lots of small, blurry sales art is heading our way; and today we have a look at an early poster for the currently in production Backcountry.
Along with Eric Balfour (pictured), the film stars Missy Peregrym, Jeff Roop, and Nicholas Campbell. It's directed by Adam MacDonald and produced by Thomas Michael.
Look for more soon!
Backcountry is a tense thriller about a young couple who go camping in the Canadian wilderness. Alex is a seasoned camper while Jenn is... not. After much convincing, she finally agrees to let him take her to one of his favorite spots, the secluded Blackfoot Trail. They push deeper and deeper into the forest, Alex insisting that he remembers the way. However, the farther they go, the less certain he becomes. After three days, their path disappears: They are hopelessly lost. Without food or water, they struggle to find their way back. When they realize that they have entered bear territory, the terror gets turned up to a whole new level. Only one of them makes it back alive.
Deadline reports that Oculus filmmakers Mike Flanagan and Jeff Howard have sold their original pitch Peekers to Lionsgate.
“A terrified man walks into a police station to report that the residents on his entire street are missing, insisting the victims were done in by eerie, grinning doppelgängers. When the man disappears from the locked interrogation room, the young female police officer who took his statement must venture out into the rapidly vanishing community to find her son and get him to safety as the community is infested by these deadly grinning idiots.”
It’s a micro-budget horror film that they will adapt from the short story by Bram Stoker Award-winning Irish novelist Kealan Patrick Burke.
Last Vegas’ Lawrence Grey will produce through his Grey Matter Productions.
Last night I played a horror game called Bunny Man: Lost Souls. It was… strange, but not necessarily in a bad way. To celebrate that weird little game, as well as our right to wear freaky bunny faces, we’ve teamed up with the folks at Halloween Costumes to give away two Frank the Bunny masks from the amazing thriller, Donnie Darko. This may be the easiest giveaway yet — read on to find out how you can win!
If you’re interested in winning one of these unnerving Frank the Bunny masks, all you need to do is comment on the video below — on YouTube, not on this article — with your Bloody Disgusting username. As for the actual content in your comment, be creative. If you only post your username, you probably won’t win.
I’ll be picking the winners on Friday, so make sure you keep an eye on your inbox for a message from yours truly.
Remember: your comment needs to be on YouTube — you can get there via the above video or by going here. Now make me proud!
We told you about the new documentary Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary way back in August, and now finally the first official teaser one-sheet has escaped from the burial ground. Dig it!
Super fans and filmmakers John Campopiano and Justin White have been hard at work on Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary, a thoroughly extensive documentary about the making of the film that's set for release sometime later this year.
In the meantime check out the just released trailer, and learn more on the Unearthed & Untold Facebook page!
Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary is an independent documentary taking an extensive look at the making of Pet Sematary, the origins of the story, the stories of cast and crew, memories of the Maine locals who helped make the film, and the legacy the film has established among horror fans and scholars of Stephen King's work. In addition to featuring many cast and crew members never before interviewed about their involvement in the film, this documentary will also take fans on a tour of all the filming locations. With never-before-seen photographs and footage from behind the scenes, original props from the film, media coverage of the 1988 production, and new stories about the Hollywood production being on location in Maine, Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary is an all-encompassing documentary by fans for the fans.
The international trailer for Christopher Landon's Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones has arrived, and as with all things Paranormal Activity related, we have it for you right here.
The Latino-themed spin-off Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones will open in theatres on January 3, 2014, and then we'll see the franchise sequel, Paranormal Activity 5, on October 24, 2014. Even cooler? You can score yourself an early screening. How you ask?
Upload a photo of paranormal activity in your city to Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, tagging your city and including #TheMarkedOnes for a chance to see The Marked Ones first!
Adrian Garcia Bogliano’s Here Comes the Devil (review) shined like a big bright star at last year's Fantastic Fest, and it is finally headed our way later this year.
Hot on the heels of last week's release of the red band trailer comes the toned down green band trailer, which can be viewed exclusively over on Apple. You'll also find the red band below if you're looking for more blood and boobs!
Magnolia Pictures will release Here Comes the Devil on iTunes/On Demand and in theaters December 13, 2013.
Francisco Barreiro and Laura Caro star.
Barreiro and Caro are parents whose preteen son and daughter inexplicably reappear after being lost overnight on a desolate, cave-riddled mountainside after a casual hike became every parent’s nightmare.
The good luck and good fortune of their return soon changes, as the children’s behavior suggests ominous and unspeakable events the night the children were lost that continue even now. As a loving couple – and loving parents – try to care for and protect their children, the ancient and half-whispered legends around the caves and the mountain and those who have gone there before become too strange to believe … and too dangerous, no matter how insane, to ignore.
As we inch closer to the release of the remake of Korean classic Oldboy, the goodies are coming in hot and heavy. Up next is a new featurette comprised of clips and interviews that peek inside Josh Brolin's transformation from movie star to vengeful badass. Enjoy!
Starring Josh Brolin, Elizabeth Olsen, and Sharlto Copley, Oldboy was directed by Spike Lee from a script by Mark Protosevich (I Am Legend, The Cell, Thor). The film was produced by Roy Lee, Doug Davison, and Nathan Kahane. It arrives in theatres on Wednesday, November 27th.
OLDBOY is a provocative, visceral thriller that follows the story of Joe Doucett, a man who is abruptly kidnapped and held hostage for 20 years in solitary confinement, for no apparent reason. When he is suddenly released without explanation, he begins an obsessive mission to find out who imprisoned him, only to discover that the real mystery is why he was set free.
From the description of the upcoming Episode 4.03 of "The Walking Dead," ominously titled "Isolation," we already knew the survivors are going to separate for a bit. Now we know who's leaving and who's staying behind.
Thanks to TV Guide, we can share the following photo of the group that leaves the prison in search of supplies to help keep the group alive: Michonne (Danai Gurira), Daryl (Norman Reedus), and newcomer Bob Stookey (Lawrence Gilliard, Jr.). Meanwhile, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the others stay behind to deal with their recent losses while trying to preserve what remains.
To stay up-to-the-minute on all things walker related, follow @WalkingDead_AMC on Twitter and visit "The Walking Dead" on Facebook. For more be sure to hit up the official "The Walking Dead" page on AMC.com.
"The Walking Dead" Episode 4.03 - "Isolation" (airs 10/27/13)
As one group leaves the prison in search for supplies at a local college, those who stay must deal with recent losses while preserving what remains. Written by Robert Kirkman and directed by Dan Sackheim.
Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, "The Walking Dead" stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Scott Wilson, Melissa McBride, David Morrissey, Emily Kinney, DanaiGurira, Chad Coleman and Sonequa Martin-Green. The series is executive produced by Scott M. Gimple, Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, David Alpert, Tom Luse and Greg Nicotero.