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Watch New Preview Videos for THE WALKING DEAD Episode 8.14

Posted: 26 Mar 2018 06:40 AM PDT

Rick is looking to team up with an old friend to wage a two-man battle and end "All Out War," but Negan has a much bigger problem to deal with in the meantime in one of two new preview videos for the next episode of AMC's The Walking Dead.

"Still Gotta Mean Something" premieres on Sunday, April 1st at 9:00pm ET on AMC. Keep an eye out for more updates on The Walking Dead right here on Daily Dead, and check here for our previous season 8 coverage.

The Walking Dead Episode 8.14 – "Still Gotta Mean Something": "A Heaps prisoner makes a discovery; Carol searches for someone in the nearby forest; Rick and Morgan find themselves in the company of strangers."

The Walking Dead Season 8B synopsis: "All out war has had a devastating impact on every person involved. The communities themselves are fractured. Alexandria has been destroyed, the Hilltop finds themselves pinned, and the Kingdom is shattered -- half of them dead, the other half controlled by the Saviors.

At the very center -- Rick, having been distracted by the conflict, has just returned home to learn that Carl, who heroically shepherded the Alexandrians to safety during Negan's attack, has been bitten by a walker. Once his sole motivation in this otherwise stark existence, Rick is forced to deal with this reality. Carl has always been a beacon of hope, a symbol for the remaining thread of humanity -- lessons that the survivors around him would be wise to take with them as this war surges onward.

But Rick isn't the only person who's living in peril. Aaron and Enid are in a dire situation at Oceanside -- unclear if they're in friendly territory, or if they've just made new enemies. Father Gabriel will do his part in attempting to smuggle Dr. Carson safely back to the Hilltop and a pregnant Maggie is wrestling with the many moral gray areas that come with leadership during war. In a standoff with the Saviors, she must decide how to proceed with the dozens of POW lives she's currently in control of, as well as new complications that come with being a leader.

In addition to the war, Negan continues to deal with struggles within his ranks as workers, traitors, and others' thirst for power cause conflict at the Sanctuary. Having gifted the Saviors a major victory, Eugene's loyalty is repeatedly tested as new obstacles present themselves.

As all-out-war consumes us, the line between good and evil continues to blur. People fighting for what they believe in. Everybody working together for something bigger -- to feel safe and have a world worth living in."

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There’s “A New World to Fear” in the Official Trailer and Key Art for FEAR THE WALKING DEAD Season 4

Posted: 26 Mar 2018 06:10 AM PDT

After the explosive events of the season 3 finale, there's "a new world to fear" in the fourth season of Fear The Walking Dead, and ahead of the series' return on April 15th, AMC released the official key art and trailer for the latest chapter in Madison's post-apocalyptic quest.

Read on for the season 4 synopsis, key art, and trailer, and check here for our previous coverage of Fear The Walking Dead.

"'Fear the Walking Dead' Season 4 premieres Sunday, April 15 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT, featuring the long-awaited crossover event with "The Walking Dead." Subsequent episodes of "Fear the Walking Dead" will air at 9:00pm ET/PT beginning Sunday, April 22.

In Season 4, we will see the world of Madison Clark (Kim Dickens) and her family through new eyes — the eyes of Morgan Jones (Lennie James), who is joining the story from the world of "The Walking Dead." The characters' immediate pasts mix with an uncertain present of struggle and discovery as they meet new friends, foes and threats. They fight for each other, against each other and against a legion of the dead to somehow build an existence against the crushing pressure of lives coming apart. There will be darkness and light; terror and grace; and the heroic, mercenary and craven, all crashing together toward a new reality for "Fear the Walking Dead."

Produced by AMC Studios, "Fear the Walking Dead" is executive produced by Scott M. Gimple, showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, as well as Robert Kirkman, David Alpert, Gale Anne Hurd and Greg Nicotero. This season stars Kim Dickens, Frank Dillane, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Colman Domingo and Danay Garcia, along with new series regulars Garret Dillahunt, Jenna Elfman, Maggie Grace and Lennie James."

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It Came From The Tube: SEARCH FOR THE GODS (1975)

Posted: 25 Mar 2018 08:55 AM PDT

I truly believe, that in this vast universe, we are not alone. I also believe, that for whatever (perhaps the very same) reason we don't always get what we feel we deserve. Such is the case with Search for the Gods (1975), a cracking good yarn and failed TV pilot with Kurt Russell and Stephen McHattie as a couple of adventurers tracking down ancient astronauts.

Originally broadcast March 9th as part of The ABC Sunday Night Movie, Search had to deal with so many cops on the other networks; Kojak and Mannix on CBS, and the Sunday Mystery Movie juggernaut of Columbo/McCloud/McMillan & Wife over on NBC. No matter; Search was shuffled off to die a quiet death regardless of how it performed, and we the viewers were denied a potentially thrilling precursor to The X-Files.

Let's look to the heavens (or at least this moldy pile of mags) and see what's in the stars:


A drifter and a local set out to find the ancient and possibly extraterrestrial origins of a broken medallion. Kurt Russell, Stephen McHattie star.

Our telefilm opens in shadow, as the mysterious Tarkanian (Albert Paulsen – Eyewitness) gives orders to his assistant Stryker (Raymond St. Jacques – They Live) to track down a piece of a metallic medallion in New Mexico from a Native American elder who has just returned to his birthplace. Set upon by two young N.A. thugs, Lucio (John War Eagle – Tonka) is aided by a hitchhiker, Willie Longfellow (McHattie – Pontypool). Seeming fishy to local law officials, they haul both men off to the tank. Once put in holding Willie meets another local boy, Shan Mullins (Russell – The Strongest Man in the World). Lucio gives the chunk o' medallion to Willie and then mysteriously passes, but not before asking him to give it to his granddaughter Genara (Victoria Racimo – Prophecy).

Once he and Shan track her down, the three have noted archaeologist Dr. Henderson (Ralph Bellamy – Rosemary's Baby) examine the curiosity and to their surprise (but not ours) it turns out to be 50,000 years old, and made from an indiscernible source. Naturally another piece is close by, buried in a tomb, and our three intrepid heroes must beat Stryker there if they intend to keep another part of the mystic puzzle, as well as their own lives…

Search for the Gods was born of a late '60s cultural fascination with Chariots of the Gods?, a book by Erich Von Daniken that hypothesized aliens coming to earth and influencing ancient technologies and the building of such artifacts as Stonehenge and the Egyptian Pyramids. With nary a Google to be found, people gobbled it up which led to a whole sub-culture of alien "what if?" scenarios. TV, of course, is the perfect media to really see what the public wants (or at least it was; now it's merely a cog in a flaming cultural wheel), and while pseudo-docs (such as the filmic version of the book) like In Search of Ancient Mysteries ('73) appealed to lovers of the boob tube, a narrative take hadn't really been attempted. Search for the Gods should have been that long form dive for the "what if?"-er in us all.

The stars aligned before their time, cast wise; Bellamy was of course a veteran character actor, and McHattie had only a few credits to his name at 28 when he took on the role of Willie. He already seemed aged and wizened beyond his years, and he makes a very noble hero, if not more than a little stone-faced. (One would think if it had gone to series the character may have loosened up a bit.) Russell was the topliner, even though Shan is closer to a supporting character. But, he was the Disney kid, star of three popular movies as college student Dexter Riley, so the top of the bill it was. And of course he's really good; I always adore his early performances that are buoyed with youth and sly energy (as well as his later weighted and weary persona; I'm in for all of it).

Director Jud Taylor (Star Trek) and writer Ken Pettus (Mission: Impossible) keep things moving even though Search is essentially an origin story, as most pilots usually are. Great care is taken as well with the Native American mythology, and the weaving of that with the extraterrestrial angle is encouraging in its lack of exploitation. (Perhaps a larger budget may have offered special effects that would diminish the dignity of the indigenous people.) McHattie gets to walk away as an action hero, to boot; that's a treat unto itself.

So what does Search for the Gods leave us with? A lot of promise, really. Willie and Shan travelling the globe, collecting bits of medallion that when formed, could unlock the mysteries of our world and beyond. The biggest mystery of all is why audiences never warmed to the idea. The truth was out there way before Scully and Mulder; we just never gave it a chance.

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