Written by: Glen Mazzara
Directed by: Ernest Dickerson
With the world growing increasingly more dangerous and Lori’s pregnancy advancing, Rick discovers a potentially safe haven. But first he must secure the premises, pushing his group to its limit.
So in the season premiere, we obviously notice a few changes. Lori is advanced in her pregnancy, Hershel has a beard and it seems that the group has been going through neighborhoods, collecting all the supplies that they can salvage. They have found some vehicles and they are constantly on the run avoiding walkers and looking for food. The first opening scene is crafted beautifully. I really loved how they Rick and company don’t utter a single word.
What about Carl? Well, as you could see he has grown and has to assume more responsibilities. He carries a gun now, and we have seen what he can do with it.
This episode it’s full of action and i know im not the only one that has noticed that they have amped the gore and violence (you can tell Greg Nicotero has been having a blast!).
The group has found the prison, if you have followed the comic book, you know what this represents. It seems our survivors have finally found a safe haven, and they are very optimistic about it. But of course this is The Walking Dead we are talking about and we can never be truly safe when Robert Kirkman is one of the writers in the show.
As you know things escalate pretty quickly and something horrible happens. Something that in the comic book happened to Dale, this time happens to Hershel. Also Daryl’s lightsaber skills are tested….hehe
Heres a look at the making of episode 301
Here is a sneak peek for next episode which will be better than the first one… yes I said it:
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