Dee Snider

At first glance, you'd think a title like "We Are Twisted F***ing Sister" would be enough of an indication as to what this film is about. But director Andrew Horn's vision was a film for everyone, not just fans, one which would impart a deeper understanding of and respect for the men who lived it.
Julie Rhodes is a new Americana/soul voice out of Boston. Her debut album Bound To Meet The Devil features guest spots from
The Elgin and Winter Theatres are Toronto's most unique performance spaces in the city. This Double-Decker venue was built in 1913 and originally known as Loew's Yonge Street Theatre. The Winter Garden closed in 1928 and remained vacant for half-a-century, while the Elgin remained open as the Imperial 6 movie theatre.
While those years in the spotlight brought the band fans and fame, the one thing they couldn’t get was the respect of their
"Oprah: Where Are They Now?" moves to Saturday nights at 9 p.m. ET beginning April 25 on OWN. Snider says the band's image
Here's a fun video from the folks at Reason.tv looking at 30 years of censorial congressional buffoonery on music, movies
Snopes did some digging and discovered that the firearm advocate did have a student deferment, but he was ultimately rejected
After endless months of being mired in gloom and doom, we now find ourselves just a few weeks away from Christmas, struggling to latch onto that spirit of joy, excitement, innocence, magic and hope we had as children.
The band received much welcomed attention by playing a few covers, including "Best Of You" by the Foo Fighters, but it was
Gibson pointed to Aubrey O'Day, who's quickly become this season's most controversial contestant. "If it was just about the
But then O'Day decided she wanted to quit. E! Online says she should have been fired, while EW says it's all a fakeout to
WATCH: If there's one thing we've learned from watching celebs play games on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" it's that when
This week on "Celebrity Wife Swap" (Tue., 9 p.m. EST on ABC) Flava Flav and Dee Snider flipped their wives, or in Flava's
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Clay Aiken, Lou Ferrigno and George Takei, of "Star Trek" fame, are among those going head-to-head for $250,000 for charity