If you have read the Game of Thrones books, you know what is going to happen next season on that show. There is no arguing that, you just know. The show will not deviate from what is written in the books. But the Walking Dead seems to have an entirely different approach to how it tells its story. Rather than follow the time lines or plot lines in the comic, they seem to be telling the same story, but doing it quite differently. For someone like me, who has read every issue now (issue 100 just dropped and had some unforgivably disturbing moments of awesome) the show is still new and fresh, but that doesn’t mean that it deviates entirely from the comics. Here are five potential plot points that COULD happen in season 3, based around the new characters and settings that were introduced in the end of season 2. Understand, this is all speculation. These are not show spoilers, simply because none of these are set in stone. Might be some spoilers for people who intend to read the comic, so read forth at your own risk.
So some things are changing this week, Remlins. I will no longer be posting full length movies. There are a multitude of reasons for this, but the main one being the site got way too big, way too quick, and I don’t want to step into any copyright issues. So, henceforth, I will be doing short films. But there a handful of reasons why this is way cooler than full length movies, actually. The big studios don’t get involved, so most of these little indie gems end up being a lot more powerful than some of their bigger, full length cousins. Also, by covering smaller films and smaller filmmakers, I get to bring attention to those who need and deserve it, as oppose to more big corporate whore machines that suck out souls and spit out movies. And in cases like this film, Welcome To Hoxford, you get to see an awesome comic book get the awesome movie treatment it deserves, as oppose to some huge studio turning something mature and twisted, like this, into a PG-13 Summer film.
Say what you want about the Punisher, but he really has not been done justice on film yet, and we are talking about THREE MOVIES. He is a broken man, hell bent on revenge at any cost. How is that so hard to get right? Yet, thrice, the ball has been dropped. Well, now we have a Punisher fan film that is about as close as we will ever come to a honest adaptation of the character. And the fan just happens to be Thomas Jane. Who already played the Punisher. Confused yet? So was I. But then I watched it, and it was so badass, I forgot I was confused.