<p>The most noteworthy thing about the photos we’re about to show you: of the two <em>Walking Dead</em> characters depicted, only one of them is smiling. And he’s the scary one. <br /><br /> (Credit: Frank Ockenfels 3/AMC)</p>
While AMC lets The Walking Dead gang take a short mid-season break, The National Post’s Andrew Barr and Richard Johnson look at a few of the key statistics of two-and-a-half season’s worth of undead mayhem. They find noteworthy – the gradual increase in the body count, the increasingly creative means of Zombie dispatch, and the fact that every character seems to have developed a clear enjoyment for putting the ambulatory cadavers down for good.
The Dead 2 (2013) -- Zombies take over India. A respectable sequel. Same feeling of hopeless desolation as the original & some noteworthy moments of tension. Continued with the awesome zombies & effects, good plot & okay acting. Although there were fewer moments of idiotic behavior by the characters than the original, there was one gaping plot hole that bugged me. Still, worth watching. GO Zombies! Mina Tepes Rating: 3 Fangs.
Arnold and Son CTB Chronograph ‘Central True Beat’ Watch Hands-On - by Ariel Adams - "The hand that indicates the seconds for the time "ticks" (even though the watch is purely mechanical) because it is a dead beat ("True Beat," as Arnold & Son likes to call it) seconds hand. This is carried over from traditional regulator clocks which were highly precise instruments used for regulating other clocks. The central chronograph hand sweeps normally... Having them work together is interesting..."