Tag: death

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Melvins, “A Walk With Love and Death”

You’ve got to give it to Melvins: these guys keep you on your toes. The trio, now featuring Redd Kross’ Steve McDonald on bass, has a...

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Television, TV Reviews

TV Review: “Family Guy” and the Death of Brian

“I have a message. Lieutenant Colonel Henry Blake’s plane was shot down over the Sea of Japan. It spun in. There were no...

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Popdose Lists, Television

The Show Must Go On: 10 TV Series That Dealt With Death

When Fox’s Glee returns to the air for its fifth season tomorrow, it will do so with the weight of tragedy behind it. Cast member...


Death by Power Ballad, Music, Power Ballads

Death by Power Ballad: Warrant, “Heaven”

This week's "Death by Power Ballad" pays tribute to ex-Warrant front man Jani Lane and his greatest power ballad, "Heaven."...


False Metal, Dead!, Music

False Metal, Dead! 300 Headbangers, Part 27

We're up to the top 40 metal albums of all time according to our resident metal guru, Dave Steed. Headbang into your weekend with some...


Theatre, Theatre Is Easy

Theatre Is Easy: “The Bereaved”

How does a family cope when one of them is about to die? Molly Marinik explores their absurdly inappropriate methods in her review of the...


DVD Reviews, Film

DVD Review: “The Uninvited”

The Uninvited has recently come out on DVD, and if you choose to watch it, several other words with an “un-” prefix may wander...


DVD Reviews

DVD Review: “No Country for Old Men”

At times, the world runs on our differences more than our similarities. Everyone has their favorite directors, and of course there are...


Book Reviews, Books

Book Review: John West, “The Last Goodnights: Assisting My Parents with Their Suicides”

John West – The Last Goodnights: Assisting My Parents with Their Suicides (2009, Counterpoint) purchase this book (Amazon) As a...


Film Reviews

Film Review: “Gran Torino”

Gran Torino finally opened to wide release this weekend, and rapidly earned the number one spot at the box office. It deserves every single...


Film Reviews

Film Review: “The Day The Earth Stood Still”

Before we begin, allow me to state for the record that I hate remakes. With very rare exceptions, they tend to be lifeless, pale imitations...