finally walking Dead I enjoyed the first couple’s episode, but since then the show has stumbled from a boring episode to the next.
Even the first two felt weaker as the story went on, and we all began to question AMC’s decision to make a long final season of 24 episodes.
But “on the inside” makes up for at least a little bit of the previous episode.The scariest walking Dead Reminiscent of classic horror movies, such as episodes of a very long time There is someone in the wall.
This episode features Connie (Lauren Lidov) and Vergil (Kevin Carroll), the last of Michonne’s last and totally ridiculous episodes. He went to the Greater Alexandria Metropolitan / Rural area and came across Connie, but he’s not entirely sure how.
House of Horrors
The episode begins with these two people escaping from someone or something. They found an abandoned mansion surrounded by zombies, but it doesn’t discourage them. Obviously, they are running away from something more scary than the chambling dead.
They go inside and fight and barricade the doors. And while Connie is looking at the front door, Virgil “clears” around the house. The Virgil sweep reveals nothing and encourages Connie to rest. She doesn’t think it’s safe and instead goes looking for a house.
The scene from Connie’s point of view is very tense as she is deaf and the scene is completely silent. It’s pretty scary that you can’t hear the zombies in the next corner, or you can’t hear them chasing the zombies.
She enters the bathroom and looks inside the mirror cabinet. There is a hole in the back where you can put the old razor, and when she looks through it, her eyes suddenly appear. It’s a good jump scare, and Connie turns around and escapes to Virgil. He returns with her, but they can’t see anything, so he suggests another cleaning of the house. He is convinced that she is hallucinating due to the fall of sleep, but as they walk down the hallway, a fake wall falls between them, blocking each other.
What follows are one after another freaky moments in this horrifying house. As Connie slowly panics and walks down the hallway, she can’t hear any sound from the speakers, and the blurry shapes rush past.Then suddenly thing Behind her — looks like a man, but crouched on all fours and walked like a spider. It chases her and finds her running and in a bone-filled basement.
The rest of the sequence is great. As Connie watched through a hole in the wall, Virgil sneaked up on one of these terrifying people, first desperately hitting it to get Virgil’s attention, and then warning him of the danger.
After all, they run away with old tricks. Connie covers herself with zombie guts, covers Virgil with her body, opens the door, and causes a flood of zombies in the same way that creepy monsters approach.
Yes, these people are absolutely overkill and ridiculous. No, there is really little evidence here.If it hadn’t been performed, filmed, and directed so well, I might have written it down as a valuable gimmick segment. Fear the Walking Dead, But it was really exciting, scary and fun walking Dead And easily the best episode of the season.
Kelly to the Rescue
One of the side plots was Kelly, and later several others, including Carol and Magna, were looking for Connie after being given useful clues by Whisperer last week. Not even a ton happens here. Kelly finds Connie’s old camp. Carol and others catch up a little later.
They chase Connie to the House of Terror, appearing just in time, and Kelly slingshots the last two monsters. I don’t think his wounds are fatal, but there is a tearful reunion and no one comes in a hurry to help the poor Virgil.
Darryl to the Rescue
The recent outing with Darryl’s Reapers is a bit more substantive. He was told to help the Reapers torture other Maggie followers captured, and he does so to maintain his cover. He probably thinks the man is toasting in some way.
Another Grim Reaper, Carver, obviously has it for Darryl. He is angry that Darryl will take over the torture. He warned him not to kill the man. He even pulls a gun, but Darryl gets the information they need: Maggie’s hideout place.
So the Pope, the leader of this goofy group, sends Leah, Darryl, Carver and other couples to go looking for Maggie. The first house they look for is unexploded, but the second one finds some clues. I think it’s a fresh bandage. Darryl notices a rug-covered trap door on the floor of the living room and does his best to hide it better. But when he proposes to chase them, Carver is suspicious.
Very similar to the scene from willow When Madmartigan, Willow and Erora Danan are hiding under similar trapdoors walking Dead They are not caught and Madmartigan does not take Sorsha hostage. In this version, Carver finds a trap door, but Maggie and her people are already back in safe.
He doesn’t seem upset by the news when they return to the Pope. The tortured man apparently spilled some extra beans before they killed him, and the news makes the Pope excited and all dazzled. Does he know more about Darryl now? Or is it just the location of Alexandria? I think you’ll know next week.
Anyway, it’s a really solid episode that might have been even better if we simply focused on the story of Virgil and Connie, rather than constantly setting the story of Virgil and Connie to pick up the less interesting ones. The Kelly / Darryl scene wasn’t bad. It kept us away from the horror horror works that made the episode really interesting. I rarely say this, but the Sunday night episode actually benefited from having two characters and one storyline, rather than distracting us with everything else. maybe.
I still don’t understand why Connie couldn’t find Alexandria. It’s been a while since she was separated from the group. After the hilltop, I saw her walking with a horde of zombies. Why did she prevent her from finding a way back to an unfamiliar place? It feels like a hole in a plot, but anything. At least they gave her a really exciting episode for her return.
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