Written April 21, 2015
i really enjoyed seeing this. it was very interesting. loved hearing the cast talking. they all seemed to be a close group . they enjoyed doing walking dead and working with each other. it was done very well from the writers from cris h on. this show is great and look forward to many more espiodes. i give this movie a excellent. well done by all. very funny at times to listen to the cast and seeing how some shots was made.
Written January 30, 2015
I thought it was AWESOME! So cool to watch it on the big screen. I hope they do this for some of my other favorite tv shows, like True Blood, Sons of Anarchy, or NCIS.
Written January 29, 2015
Please do not call something as live when it's actually several days old. The previews shown were actully last Sunday's episode. While it was good to see the actors together as actors and not as roles, it could have been a little more prepared. Show a role then put the actor on the spot with a couple of questions.
Questions from the audience should have been reviewed, by staff, as to reality and appropriateness of the question.
If it was live, then someone will slip through.
Finally get all of the major actors to partidicate. This was little more than Talking Dead with the cast and creators.
Written August 27, 2014
Overall, I and the wife really enjoyed ourselves, both being huge TWD fans!! It was a great experience for both of us, as normally going to a movie theater, we...well, watch a new release movie!
I can't give this the highest marks, as there were a few disappointments too..First being that this was recorded on 3/1/13, before episode 312, and released for us to see on 3/7/13 so for the first 25 minutes it was reruns of what we watched the previous Sunday night as well as behind the scenes "spoilers" that I have already watched online on AMC.com. This was billed as ticket holders would get to see unreleased scenes before anyone else...Maybe Hardwick was talking to the live audience, but I seem to recall that this was the same case for us to entice us to buy tickets. Next, for $16.25 (they don't tell you about the convenience charge) a person, shouldn't we have gotten one of the programs, or at the very least, a poster or t-shirt?? We felt shorted because we couldn't attend in person
Written December 21, 2014
I loved it. I wish I could have been there on March 1st, in the live audience, but it was great seeing all the cast and crew on the big screen. It's so much better on my little t.v.
I really enjoyed the topics of discussions, and the reactions and emotions of the cast members. Lauren Cohen made me teary eyed when she spoke of Dale. Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus were hilarious to watch. I love all the actors and actresses. It was a great panel. Loved it!