Opening Tuesday, December 8 at San Francisco Opera is the U.S. premiere of a double-bill of Gothic horror - two versions of Edgar Allan Poe's classic ...
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I always thought vampires were the stuff of legend, but after doing a little digging through the scientific literature, now I'm not so sure. If you yo...
When TLC's 'Strange Sex' found a 34-year-old man who breastfeeds from his wife to help his ED problem, the show latched on like a newborn.
It's like this episode was delivered directly to my heart. It's like Alan Ball and company looked at an X-ray of my desires and said, "Oh, okay. Let's give Mark everything he wants.
Welcome to Sucker Punch, the only blog post that ranks the gaudiest moments in this week's episode of True Blood.
This week we actually see what we only heard about last week: The moment when Antonia forces the vampire clergy into the sun, causing them to burn as she is burning.
The grand theme of this season might be Owning Yourself (or Someone Else). This week, every storyline touches on that idea.
Compared to Russell's de-spining of a television news anchor, every other moment in this season of True Blood may seem tame by comparison. Instead of focusing on the gory or the baroque, they episode thrives on what isn't said.
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