A WEEK AND A DAY LEFT TILL THE ZOMBIES COME BACK!!!!

(19 Posts)
anonacfr Thu 11-Oct-12 19:44:24

Next Friday night on FX for the non- cheats. I am beyond excited.

In the meantime I read a few apocalypse novels through the summer. I was pleasantly impressed with the Mira Grant trilogy (even though all the security checks an blood tests got a bit repetitive).
On a different apocalypse note I've just finished Flood by Stephen Baxter, which has a rather self-explanatory title smile very poignant ending.

Anyone else?

VerySmallSqueak Thu 11-Oct-12 19:48:26

'The Walking Dead'?

Not fair,can't get FX. sad

I'm trying to read 'Blackout' by Mira Grant at the mo. but keep getting distracted.

Watched 'Remains' on DVD last night as a bit of a zombie fix - but sorry to say was disappointed.

I am very envy of the FX-ers.

McPhee Thu 11-Oct-12 19:50:15

I thought you meant something on the x-factor blush

VerySmallSqueak Thu 11-Oct-12 19:56:02

I have watched the film 'Flood' which I enjoyed and I have the book lined up on my shelf ready for a lull.

Have you watched any of the old episodes as a lead up?

woo hoo
DH has got flood, might have to read it
Looking forward to some Zombie action - remember how the last season ended (hooded character, with chains....) very exciting

anonacfr Thu 11-Oct-12 20:11:33

I didn't know there was a film. The book is v good, v realistic in a bleak way- despite the predictable ending there is still a sense of hope and of a new dawn at the end. I like the way it charted the gradual flooding of the continents through the years, complete with maps to show exactly what the water rise meant.

Re the Walking Dead everything is so exciting- the Governor, Psycho Rick and his manipulative wife and nutty kid, the lovely Darryl and his crossbow... Some of the trailers online looked fabulous.
There are ways to watch it for those of you who don't have FX by the way. In fact I seem remember last season we had two audiences- the American (grin) and the FX people.

VerySmallSqueak Thu 11-Oct-12 20:27:41

Silly me.The book I've got is by Richard Doyle,and it's the same subject as the film I saw,which was about the Thames Flood Barrier failing.
Ignore me grin

Your book sounds better....

TheAngelshavetheOod Thu 11-Oct-12 21:04:19

When is it on normal tv? Or DVD?

I am very excited! Can't wait to see David Morrissey as The Governor.

valiumredhead Fri 12-Oct-12 12:02:08

<marks place!>

cornsconkers Sat 13-Oct-12 11:05:05

woooooooh
<still want to be in Daryl's gang>

ScaryBeardyDeadyman Sat 13-Oct-12 11:08:34

<loads crossbow>
<checks OFRS>
<marks place>

AnEerieAirOfHorror Sat 13-Oct-12 14:41:51

Hello i have just watched sesson 1 & 2.

But have some questions blush

Sooo end of session 2 at the end did it show a fort?

Who saved Andrea?

Is it session 3 that starts this coming friday and on what day time?

Thanks
a new fan grin

TheAngelshavetheOod Sat 13-Oct-12 14:46:19

Would love a cross bow blush

AnEerieAirOfHorror Sat 13-Oct-12 15:29:43

The sell them in Decathlon but my husband will not let me get one cos he is scared i will shot him or the children ny accident.

I will wait till the children go to school full time and pratice when they are all oit of the house wink

AnEerieAirOfHorror Sat 13-Oct-12 15:30:37

Only four years to wait lol

cornsconkers Sat 13-Oct-12 18:04:11

AnEerieAirOfHorror - at the end of season 2 it showed a prison

Andrea was saved by a woman with 2 pet zombies who is a major character in the books apparently...if you google you'll find her name

season 3 on Friday - usually starts at 10 I think

ILovePonyo Sat 13-Oct-12 18:09:16

Hooray! Since the series ended I have read the graphic novels up to number 12 or so, the governor shock The tv series is very different so don't think I've spoiled it for myself grin

anonacfr Sun 14-Oct-12 19:31:46

THEY SELL CROSSBOWS IN DECATHLON????? That is awesome! I want one.

Ok I am going to start an official thread now so people don't get confused. For our 'American' viewers who are watching tonight, please don't spoil!

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