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Here's day three in our countdown of the top Christmas TV episodes of all time: entries 60 to 41...
Read entries 100 - 81 here and entries 80 - 61 here.
Since the medium’s infancy, viewers have enjoyed sharing holidays with their favourite television characters. We grow invested in our friends on screen over the years; spending Christmas with them is a rite of passage, a chance for us to share tradition from our world with the fictional ones we see on screen. Some shows embrace the season wholeheartedly, characters in good spirits and enjoying the trappings of the season; others skew a little darker, bringing the more oppressive, burdensome side of the holidays to life. Either way, Christmas episodes tend to demonstrate the strengths of our favourite series, and it’s long been a festive ritual of mine to wheel out old DVD sets and settle back for a few favourites during December. »
Like beer and pizza, quite possibly the other greatest pairing of all time are horror and metal. It’s a perfect marriage, and both go together gloriously. Why, you may ask? Obvious reasons aside, a new documentary titled The History Of Horror And Metal, is nearing the finish line that delves into why gore and head-banging are united as an unholy union!
From interviews with genre legends such as Tom Savini, Dick Warlock, Sid Haig, and many more, to rock gods Alice Cooper, John 5, and Kirk Hammett! Director Mike Schiff and his team have always wanted to explore why the two go hand-in-hand, they just need a little push to get the doc completed. Check out their campaign video, and if you dig it, head over to their Indiegogo page to help these guys keep on rockin’ and gorein’!
- Justin Edwards
2 items from 2015
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