SLASH To Discuss 'The Walking Dead' On AMC TV's 'Talking Dead'

SLASH To Discuss 'The Walking Dead' On AMC TV's 'Talking Dead'

Tune in this Sunday, October 26 at 10/9c to AMC TV's live "The Walking Dead" after-show "Talking Dead" to watch iconic, Grammy-winning artist Slash join host Chris Hardwick, along with a "Walking Dead" cast member and guest Mary Lynn Rajskub. They will discuss "The Walking Dead"'s new episode "Four Walls And A Roof" (Season 5, Episode 3).

Fans can submit questions during the live broadcast at this location. Questions will be broadcast and discussed by Chris and Slash on the show.

On Monday, October 27 visit TalkingDead.com to check out exclusive video and photos from the episode.

"Talking Dead" airs this Sunday at 10/9c immediately following "The Walking Dead" at 9/8c on AMC.

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Slash is a massive fan of horror movies and told The Pulse Of Radio that he thinks the genre as it stands now needs to shake things up. "It's just like anything else," he said. 'You go through these periods where the money issue becomes 'Okay, we can just keep making franchises because it's a guaranteed sell.' But there's still movies in the background that are still really good, they're just fewer and farther between during this whole period. So it takes something to sort of give it a kickstart and change the genre a little bit, if only for a minute."

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