I've never seen "Death Takes a Holiday". I'll have to rent it, if I can't find it on cable.
One that stuck a cord with me was, "What Dreams May Come". I've gotten laughed at for saying so, but... I thought both the book, and the movie dealt well with the issue, even though it wasn't necessarily personified.
I saw "Final Destination" recently...the first scene is pretty swank, and I liked how Death came in so many different forms, as well as the fact that when it does come, there's no getting around it. The complete lack of spirituality, AND any remote acceptance was a turn off though.
Today's Morbid Fun Fact: Elyria, Ohio:
A man who frequently visited his parents' side-by-side graves was found dead, lying in between them, after an apparent heart attack.
O, not in cruelty, not in wrath,
The Reaper came that day;
'Twas an Angel visited the green earth,
And took the flowers away.
-- H.W. Longfellow