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Episode 78 of Pop Culture Case Study - The Crow and Loss of A Spouse




In this episode, due to a lack of quality new releases, Dave watches a classic (?), The Crow.  Britt joins him to defend the quality of the film and discuss whether this one should be remade.  Then, Dave talks about the effects of losing a spouse, including physical health, how to recover, and whether or not meaning is important in bereavement.  Finally, Neil from Dark Angels and Pretty Freaks joins him to talk about hair extensions, accents, and knife wielding maniacs!
Fangirl Fixation: 0:06:20
Loss of A Spouse: 0:20:27
The Crow with Neil: 0:28:50
Direction: 0:34:14
Acting: 0:38:40
Production Value: 0:52:50
Writing: 0:53:40
Spoilers: 0: 55:25
Connection to Theme: 1:02:25

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