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Does the Dog Die? Save yourself the heartache...
The Wildest
Movies often tell us what stage of life we’re in — how our priorities may have shifted, what we can no longer tolerate onscreen. My doctor sister — a karate blackbelt unafraid to intubate someone or deliver their baby — found, after having her first kid, that she could not watch Finding Nemo, a G-rated Pixar adventure full of wholesome life lessons, which begins with the wholesale slaughter of a mom and nearly all of her children. She realized that kind of fare was off her menu. A similar change might visit those who adopt their first dog.
Does the Dog Die? Tracks Triggers in Movies So Couples Can Plan Lighthearted Dates
DatingNews.com
No one wants to end a date night by being upset with disturbing or sensitive content in a movie or TV show. Does the Dog Die? provides individuals and couples with peace of mind by tracking potentially triggering events in media — from animal deaths to bright, flashing lights. Couples planning in-home dates can visit the website before date night to avoid watching something with upsetting or offensive content.
Does the Dog Die? Offers Crowdsourced Movie Spoilers That Help People Avoid Triggers for Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence & Other Upsetting Topics
DatingAdvice.com
Nothing can ruin a movie like an uncomfortable or disturbing scene that takes you by surprise. Some may dislike seeing animals die on screen, while others might be reminded of their painful past by depictions of sexual assault, domestic violence, or infidelity. That’s why Does the Dog Die? was created to warn people about distressing scenes in movies, TV shows, video games, and other media. The alerts come from users who have watched or read that media and recorded the types of possibly disturbing content they found.
Be Warned About Unpleasant Scenes in Entertainment With ‘Does the Dog Die?’
LifeHacker
You’re excited for a new HBO show, but the trailers look pretty violent. You can stand some fighting, but you really hate torture scenes. Or you hate puke shots. Or you need to avoid strobe effects. Or your actual dog just died, and you’d rather not be reminded by a movie. Look up the title on Does the Dog Die?, a site that collects warnings about anxiety triggers and unpleasant elements in over 6,000 movies, TV, books, and video games.