Last year, AMC released the first series of The Walking Dead webisodes. Directed by Greg Nicotero, they focused on the backstory of the popular "Bicycle Girl" zombie and were a big hit with fans of property. The new series of webisodes, titled Cold Storage, has just been released and we have all four episodes for you to watch.

“Cold Storage” tells the story of a young man, Chase (played by Josh Stewart), trying to reach his sister in the early days of the zombie apocalypse. He finds temporary shelter in a storage facility run by a former employee named BJ (played Daniel Roebuck); however, things are not what they appear.

In addition to Stewart (The Dark Knight Rises) and Roebuck (Lost), the cast of “Cold Storage” includes Cerina Vincent (Cabin Fever) as Kelly and Chris Nelson (Kill Bill) as Harris."

The Walking Dead: Cold Storage was developed, produced and directed by Greg Nicotero.

**Note: AMC videos are region locked and we'll provide additional video links when they become available.

Webisode 1 The Walking Dead, Cold Storage: Hide and Seek

Chase seeks refuge from a horde of walkers in an abandoned storage facility. However, he may not be the only survivor left there.

Webisode 2 The Walking Dead, Cold Storage: Keys to the Kingdom  

B.J. gives Chase a tour of the storage facility. But despite his affable demeanor, B.J. may be hiding a dark secret.

Webisode 3 The Walking Dead, Cold Storage: The Chosen Ones

In order to keep the electricity flowing, Chase must venture into the darkness to help B.J. reset the generators.

Webisode 4 The Walking Dead, Cold Storage: Parting Shots

Chase discovers B.J.’s dark secret. While attempting to escape, Chase is confronted by B.J. and the two engage in a final standoff.

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Source: AMC

7 responses to “The Walking Dead: Cold Storage Webisodes Released”

  1. Bill Kasper says:

    Meh. Started out great. Continued fine. Concluded sub-par.

  2. Starr Oceana says:

    You Tube links are no good. They were removed due to copyright infringement :(

  3. dailydead says:

    Last year, AMC had a deal with Machinima and the videos were available to everyone at the same time. I’m not sure if this is related to international partners like FX doing their own separate webisode release, but I’ll keep an eye out for a region free release from AMC.

  4. TheWalker says:

    Good stuff, although I thought they should have continued in the tradition of a ‘zombie origin’ story. Like the well zombie would have been cool.

  5. Vincent Ward says:

    Meh. Started off fantastic. Continuing great. Determined
    sub-par. And i also adored the 1st webisode established.

  6. Kiwi Walker says:

    Thank you.

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