AMC's The Walking Dead is the most-watched show of cable television history and a lot of critics link its success for its gore and mind-boggling visual effects. Now, the brain and guru behind all those splattered blood and eviscerated human flesh effects shares his insights and story behind his success in the industry.
2006 Oscar Winner, special effects and director Greg Nicotero talks about his inspiration about disemboweling human flesh and where it all began. He grew up in Pittsburgh, 30 minutes away from where the iconic zombie-thriller hit 'Dawn of the Dead' and 20 minutes away from the cemetery where the 'Night of the Living Dead' was filmed.
After a chance meeting with George A. Romero, director of Dawn of the Dead (1978 film), the two quickly became friends. Nicotero even quit pre-med in order to manage the make-up effects department in Romero's third 'dead' series, "Day of the Dead". more >>
Season 6 of the HBO hit series "Game of Thrones" is quickly winding down with episode 9 about to premiere. Expectations are high for this episode as one of the important storylines seems to be coming to a dramatic conclusion.
Warning: Spoiler Alert
As many know John Snow and his sister Sansa Stark will be leading a ragtag army to take back their home of Winterfell which is currently being held by Ramsay Bolton. However will the army that the Starks have put together be enough to retake Winterfell? more >>
Public discourse in America is like "a really bad marriage," says Bishop T.D. Jakes, senior pastor of The Potter's House in Dallas, Texas.
In an hour-long interview with MSNBC host Chris Matthews in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, Jakes described the cultural climate as "a really bad marriage where everybody is trying to be polite but nobody gets down to the communication that's necessary to heal it again."
"And the man thinks he knows what the woman ought to do and the woman knows what the man ought to do because you make assumptions about other people without ever talking to the people you make assumptions about." more >>
After scoring the game-winning goal in the final minutes of Thursday's contest against Wales, England striker Daniel Sturridge said during his postgame interview that it was God who allowed him to score.
The 26-year-old Sturridge, who plays professionally for Liverpool in the Premier League and entered Thursday's match as a substitute at halftime, scored the game-winning tally in injury time to lift England's national team to a 2-1 win.
Along with giving England its first victory at Euro 2016, Sturridge's goal kept England from suffering its second draw of the tournament and also put England ahead of Wales for the top spot in the Group B standings with one game to go before knockout stages. more >>
The filming of BBC's hit television series "Sherlock" is now in full swing with the cast shooting some scenes in London, Cardiff and Wales.
Lead star Benedict Cumberbatch said he is excited for the fans of the TV show to catch "Sherlock" Season 4 soon. "I can't wait for everyone to see season four. But you will have to wait... though not for long... And it will be worth it," the actor said.
Rumored to be released late this year or early 2017, "Sherlock" Season 4 will have three full-length episodes about the new adventures of Cumberbatch's character, detective Sherlock Holmes. more >>
Grammy Award-winning actress Jennifer Hudson says she's learned to cast her cares to God because the strength she derives from her Christian faith has left her with little to worry about it life.
"That's why I never worry, Hudson tolder her fans on Instagram earlier this week. "God always have something greater in store. I know [because] I've seen Him work too many times not to be able to recognize it this time around! For those who don't believe, I just say and they will understand it better by and by!"
She ended the message by writing, "God always got somebody when others just won't [do.]" more >>