Fear The Walking Dead Mid Season Finale Recap 7/9/17: Season 3 Episode 7 and 8

Fear the Walking Dead (FTWD) begins tonight with Jake Otto (Sam Underwood) traveling through the back brush, when he hears a noise behind him, he rushes off only to find its Alicia Clark (Alycia Debnam-Carey). She reveals that the entire Trimbol family is dead, killed by Walker’s people. She didn’t tell anyone about where he was going but she was worried saying talking to Walker right now is not a good idea. He assures her he isn’t doing this because of what she said about him "owning" it. She insists on going with him. They arrive at the Black Hat Reservation, where Walker’s people take their weapons and escort them to the back of their gas station headquarters. Qaletqa "Taka" tells Jake he is 200 years too late for peace but he is just in time for lunch and drops a bloody pig’s head in front of them. At the ranch, Madison Clark (Kim Dickens) tells her son, Nick (Frank Dillane) that Alicia never came home last night. He jokes that she probably spent the night with Jake, but she is concerned after everything that happened that neither her nor Jake have been seen. READ MORE...

Fear the Walking Dead Season 3 Midseason Finale Recap: Water or War

Plans go awry, deals are broken, and Nick gets a much-needed haircut. The epic 2-hour Season 3 midseason finale of AMC's Fear the Walking Dead sets two groups on a path for war. Click through for all the spoilery details.  ...Read More... http://feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/N0tHEg2_hAs/

Fear the Walking Dead Midseason Finale Review: Eye for an eye

There is finally peace between Walker and the Ranch. On Fear the Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 7 and Fear the Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 8 , Walker and the Ranch were able to come to an agreement. Madison managed to orchestrate a deal with the Black Hat Reservation, allowing Otto's people to remain on their land, averting war. It wasn't easy, and it didn't come without casualties from both sides.  ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/07/fear-the-walking-dead-midseason-finale-review-eye-for-an-eye/

Fear the Walking Dead Midseason Finale Recap: Hotheads and Tall Tales

Warning: The following recap contains massive spoilers from theFear the Walking Deadmidseason finale. Proceed at your own risk. Hold onto your scalps! Sundays two-part midseason finale of Fear the Walking Dead not only revealed at long last what became of Ofelia and at not-quite-so-long last Strand, it resolved at least for the moment [] http://tvline.com/2017/07/09/fear-the-walking-dead-season-3-episode-7-8-ofelia-troy-kills-jeremiah-otto/

'Fear the Walking Dead' Summer Finale Recap: Can the Ranch Survive the War Against the Indians?

Madison has a tendency to screw things up wherever she goes on Fear the Walking Dead . But it's also clear that she does things to survive and keep her family safe. Things at the ranch are shaky since the Indians want their land back, and Madison doesn't help the cause in "The Unveiling," the first part of the summer finale. Jake manages to get a parlay going with Walker and the tribe, while Madison just wants to get her daughter back.   Meanwhile, in part two, titled "Children of Wrath," we find out what happened to Ofelia when she left the resort. And the war with the Indians heats up at the ranch.  ...Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/fear-the-walking-dead/fear-the-walking-dead-summer-f-65301.aspx

Fear The Walking Dead: "Red Dirt" Review

"Red Dirt" may have been a conversation-heavy episode -- in typical Walking Dead style, with one character doing something on the outskirts of camp (even just staring off into space) and another one approaching for a chat -- but it was also an important one. In just a short amount of time, Jeremiah's entire "Plan B" has crumbled under the fickle umbrella of "liberty." Filled with people who loved freedom so much that they never wanted a leader, Broke Jaw Ranch began to scatter into the wind after Madison, Troy and the rest all returned with the dire news of Walker and his new psychotic persona. As a former tribal lawyer, Walker's now seized on the lawlessness of the zompocalypse and is dead set on reclaiming his ancestor's land - suddenly making Broke Jaw a place where folks don't feel safe. READ MORE...

Fear The Walking Dead: "Burning In Water, Drowning In Flame" Review

First off, I just want open this review up with a quick shout out -- to the show itself, to Fear the Walking Dead -- for coming together nicely this season and, arguably, elevating itself up and over the original series. Who would have thought that killing off one of the show's stronger characters (stronger, at least, in the back half of Season 2) would help the series find a bolder voice while also better utilizing its unique landscape. That being all that now, I wasn't crazy about every aspect of "Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame" (named after the Bukowski collection). Mostly, it was the contentious pairing of Strand and Daniel as they headed back to the hotel that felt a bit sore - with all of their trek based on Strand's lie about Ofelia. Last week's chapter, "100," was the best outing this show's ever had, though somehow the actual team up of Strand and Daniel, on the road, made for a frustrating ride. Fortunately, their side saga didn't take up too much time and Ofelia's whereabouts were at the heart of it. So as much as we all wonder, week after week, where she's at, there's at least one faction of this show that's actively searching for her. READ MORE...

Fear The Walking Dead: "100" Review

The Walking Dead-verse has gotten a lot of meaty mileage out of solo-treks. Offshoot side adventures that follow one character (or a spare few, in some cases) that act as their own mini introspective journey through the wasteland. Granted, they can be hit or miss, run hot or cold, depending on just how formed and defined the character we're following is. Fortunately, in the case of "100" (the amount of people our central figure had killed by the end of the episode), Daniel's "what I've been doing since I almost died last year" side quest was one of the best chapters the show's done so far. "100" managed to nicely acknowledge-while-also-breezing-past Daniel's brief bout with insanity (that didn't play too well at the time) as it refocused the story on his past sins as a evil member of the Sombra Negra death squad in El Salvador. A notorious member, in fact, as Dante actually knew him by name after Daniel started a fight with one of his henchman. READ MORE...

Fear the Walking Dead Red Dirt Recap

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Fear the Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 6 Review: Red Dirt

Move over Jeremiah, there's a new leader in town, and her name is Madison Clark! On Fear the Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 6 , news of amajor threat spread through the community like wildfire. While many of the members of the ranch contemplated onleaving, Madison took charge and basically drew a line in the sand, showing everyone the harsh reality outside the ranch walls. Madison, Troy, and company finally made their way back to the community safely, but not without incurring a nasty case of athlete's foot!   ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/07/fear-the-walking-dead-season-3-episode-6-review-red-dirt/