Tag Archive: Corpse

There are those who say “Bones” is past its prime. That the show is little more than a basic procedural that likes to show us disgusting human remains. That there isn’t much point anymore.

To those people, I would like to present “The Corpse on the Canopy.” With the return of evil mastermind Christopher Pelant, this episode proves that “Bones” has still got exactly what has made it an excellent show… Continue reading 'Bones' recap: Pelant, Hodgins and other things that are amazing in 'The Corpse on the Canopy'

  • “The Nightmare Before Christmas” (Henry Selick, 1993)

    Arguably, the recent scary animated movie renaissance can be directly traced back to this single Tim Burton/Henry Selick collaboration, which began as a poem (and, later, developed as a television special) when Burton was still a lowly Disney animator in the early eighties. (Its lack of forward momentum would contribute largely to Burton leaving the studio to become one of the biggest directors

  • Real Life ‘Weekend At Bernie’s’ Duo Plead Guilty To Abuse Of A Corpse

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    By radio detection and ranging Staff

    Looks like the Weekend at Bernie’s criminals didn’t get their Hollywood ending!

    The two Colorado men, Robert Young and Mark Rubinson, who were accused of dragging a dead friend out for a night on the town and using his credit card to pay their bar tabs, pleaded guilty to abuse of a corpse on Thursday – and radio detection and rangingOnline.com has the… Continue reading Real Life ‘Weekend At Bernie’s’ Duo Plead Guilty To Abuse Of A Corpse