Because the zombie is essentially an empty vessel into which meaning can readily be poured, the genre is surprisingly alive. Here are five key moments in the evolution of the undead.
Because the zombie is essentially an empty vessel into which meaning can readily be poured, the genre is surprisingly alive.
MOTIVATION Tyree (Warner) Much has been made of the six-year gap since Tyree’s Now or Neve, during which time the South Auckland rapper has lost and re-found his muse, been part of Smashproof’s record-breaking chart-topping run with Brother and had a daughter.
The Walking Dead is back! Here is a list of a few things (5 to be exact) about the new season. The List 1. Fight the Dead, Fear the Living: We wish we could take credit for that clever tagline, but it wasn’t us. The third season will focus mainly on the evil […]
The Holocaust is a crime that never seems to quit.
When the Vatican issued a letter on Monday ordering bishops across the world to draw up tough guidelines for dealing with priests who rape or molest children, it addressed only half the scandal that has been rocking the Catholic Church. To be sure, when it comes to the abusive clerics, the Vatican’s new edict takes a firm stand, obliging local bishops to cooperate with local law enforcement in reporting sex crimes and recommending that policies be put in place to exclude accused priests from public ministry if they pose a continued danger to minors or could be a “cause of scandal for the community.” But what Monday’s letter fails to do is put in place any sanctions on the bishops who oversee those clerics, should they fail to follow through with the recommendations
Did NATO pilots allow 62 Africans fleeing Libya to perish on the high seas because their mission did not include saving desperate migrants or because NATO’s tangled bureaucracy had failed? That’s the allegation roiling Europe after some of the handful of survivors, who drifted for weeks after a harrowing escape from Tripoli, told of having been spotted and then ignored by Western forces
When a plane crashes or the earth shakes, we tend to view the survivors as the lucky ones. Had they been in the next seat or the apartment across the street, they would have perished.
A fellow at New York City’s Weill Cornell Medical Center, Dr. Sam Parnia is one of the world’s leading experts on the scientific study of death
The best way to grasp the depth of the devastation on Japan’s northeast coast is to go for a drive. The mess of crumpled cars, mangled houses, and a seemingly endless swirl of worldly possessions stretches on, block after block, town after torn up town.