AMC's 'The Walking Dead' rises again Oct. 16: Four new trailers (VIDEOS)
By April MacIntyre Sep 1, 2011, 4:00 GMT
AMC\'s "The Walking Dead" may have lost showrunner Frank Darabont and gained Glen Mazzara, but early clips reveal the show hasn\'t forsaken its visual punch.
AMC's "The Walking Dead" may have lost showrunner Frank Darabont and gained Glen Mazzara, but early clips reveal the show hasn't forsaken its visual punch.
Or makeup magic, thanks to Greg Nicotero's prosthetic wizardry.
"The Walking Dead" season 2 comes back from the dead on Sunday, October 16 with 13 episodes.
Hot off the presses are four teasers AMC released for season 2, and DreadCentral.com had a great interview with Glen Mazzara, who talks shop:
Glen Mazzara says the key to a good horror TV series is zombie authenticity: "Keep the zombies scary. Zombies move slow, and our guys have guns. So I have to make sure that our band is always threatened, that they're panicked. For this show to be scary, we need to be convinced that the zombies are winning. So we really push ourselves as writers to make sure that we are not playing the same gags over and over. That every zombie feels unique, they feel different, that we want each encounter with a zombie to be memorable and not just throwing in a zombie for the sake of throwing in a cheap thrill. I feel that we have to make sure our characters are always in jeopardy. There is an issue with writing a TV show where you can't kill off a main character every week..."