The Zombies In The Walking Dead Season 4 Will Be “Scary Again”

Chris Savage

The Walking Dead Season 3 Photo 4I really enjoyed the last season on The Walking Dead, but I must admit, the zombies didn’t really bring out the scares all that much. Still, they looked absolutely badass, and its always a pleasure to watch one get totally decimated!

So, with the fourth season of The Walking Dead nearing ever closer, Daryl Dixon himself, Norman Reedus, recently spoke with the guys over at EW regarding season 4 of The Walking Dead;

They’ve introduced a way to make the zombies scary again. They’re terrifying. The new threat is just unreal. It’s so intense. These are our best scripts so far.

I still have absolute faith in the show, and well, I’m super stoked for its return. Hit up the comments below and lets hear you.

The Walking Dead returns this October on AMC. Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, David Morrissey, Scott Wilson, Dana Gurira, Melissa McBride, Lauren Cohan and Steven Yeun. Lawrence Gilliard Jr., Chad L. Coleman, and Sonequa Martin-Green all star.


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      1. K Hutch (@72nivek) June 8, 2013 at 8:48 am

        I liked the last series but it did seem a bit predictable. The one thing zombies bring is variety. They can turn up anywhere and be in any state of decay. They can hunt in packs, large or small or be a lone wolf just roaming around. The season long fight with the Gov really didnt have too many plot changes which made the viewer think.

      2. john June 26, 2013 at 2:26 pm

        There were only a handful of “surprises” and even those seemed a bit predictable…sometimes weeks in advance. Most any hardcore fan knew the gov would orchestrate a way to place two brothers against each other.

        The one “cool” scene that I will remember from this past season is how the gov’s zombie daughter got skewered and AMC held little back where the graphic content was concerned.
        Seems like as film has started to pull away from violence TV has embraced it. The FCC allows more violent content, while the MPAA and Hollywood (with a few exceptions) have moved away from it.

        Take the, what I see as the an epic fail, World War Z. I had high hopes for it. But those hopes got shattered as the release date approached, nevertheless still saw an early preview of it.

        Thank goodness, us Zombie fans have TWD to turn to for our weekly dose of violence LOL.

        I have high hopes for the upcoming season and based on the interviews and “leaks” and I have (as of yet) have no reason to think they will be shattered. Let’s hope it stays that way. 😉