Al's captured by a mysterious woman
John Meehan takes things to a fatal level
Carl must say goodbye to those he loves, and those he loves must find a way to move on.
Mary Lambert-directed, King-penned PET SEMATARY is a stunning, gruesome exploration of grief.
Madison and Walker head to a place called the Bazaar. At the ranch, Alicia makes a leadership mistake; Nick fixes it, temporarily.
Following Jeremiah's death, the ranch attempts moving on. Except that Troy just can't abide living with Walker and his tribe after all that's happened.
The Trimbol family decides on leaving the ranch; Troy and Jeremiah feel differently about their departure. Meanwhile, Madison takes on more leadership.
When Rick is alone, after Carl and Michonne go scavenging, a group of dangerous men stumble onto the house.
Alicia, Madison, and Nick all fit in where they can amongst the crew at the ranch. But it's not all perfect. Never is.
Glenn & Maggie are broken out of Woodbury. But these troubles are only the beginning of the heartache for Rick & his crew.
The first horror movie I ever remember seeing, and what a trip it took me on.
Jeremy Renner brings to life one of the most heinous murderers of the modern era in this horrific biopic.