The Walking Dead is one of the world’s most watched tv show.
What started out out an out-and-out zombie apocalypse drama has evolved into an charming person test over six seasons, which isn’t to say the gathering now steers clear of unpleasant deaths and determination-tingling anxiety. Quite the opportunity, in truth.
Even as scoring legions of fans over this six-yr run, one individual who does now not remember themselves as such is horror maestro John wood worker.
Performing on an episode of WTF Podcast with Marc Maron, the Halloween director subtly criticised the AMC series while speaking approximately his peer George A Romero, the filmmaker attributed with inventing the zombie genre with night time time of the residing useless in 1968.
“[The Walking Dead] became a movie that George Romero made back in 1968. And that they have milked that, and they’ll be nonetheless milking it,” he stated.
Nonetheless, we’re advantageous Robert Kirkman, Greg Nicotero and the remainder of the show’s producers are probable contented with how matters are for the series this is due to return this October for its seventh season.
Possibly wood worker’s simply miffed approximately the season six cliffhanger which observed new villain Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) brutally homicide a character, the identification of whom have become saved from the viewer.