Marvel Zombies (comic)



Marvel Zombies was initially a five-issue limited series published from December 2005 to April 2006 by Marvel Comics. The series was written by Robert Kirkman (creator of The Walking Dead) with art by Sean Phillips and covers by Arthur Suydam. The story is set in an alternate universe where the world’s superhero population has been infected with a virus which turned them into zombies. The series was spun out of events of the “Crossover” story-arc of Ultimate Fantastic Four, where the zombie Reed Richards tricked his Ultimate counterpart into opening a portal to the zombie universe.


The series of titles begins with two Ultimate Fantastic Four story arcs, “Crossover” (2005) and “Frightful” (2006), by Mark Millar and Greg Land. The story arcs were followed by a Marvel Zombies limited series by Robert Kirkman and Sean Phillips, who also created the prequel Marvel Zombies: Dead Days and sequel Marvel Zombies…

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Filth to Ashes, Flesh to Dust



Filth to Ashes, Flesh to Dust is a 2011 American horror film directed by Paul Morrell (Texas Chainsaw Musical – short) from a screenplay by Derrick Bishop (who also stars). It stars Meredith Laine, Linda Bella, Allison Ochmanek, Anton Troy, Teodorico Paul Sajor, Diana Quezada, Bianca Lemaire, Eric Lewis, Nicholas J. Leinbach, Christina Iannuzzi,



Filth To Ashes Flesh To Dust. That was the motto the serial killer known as “Purge” lived by. A schizophrenic, driven by voices to delete the unworthy, the unpure from the human landscape. But if no one is perfect, and we all have flaws, virtually no one is safe.  A group of college bound friends find that out the hard way as a trip to the presumed dead killer’s lair turns into a nightmare: Purge is alive and well. Trapped beneath the ground where no one can hear or help, the six teenagers must face…

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Elisabeth Lutyens (composer)



(Agnes) Elisabeth Lutyens (9 July 1906 – 14 April 1983) was an English composer of classical music but is best known for her contribution for scores to horror films throughout the 1960’s.

Born in London, one of five children of the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens and his wife Emily, Elisabeth studied composition at the École Normale de Musique de Paris, before accompanying her mother to India in 1923. On her return she studied with John Foulds and subsequently continued her musical education from 1926 to 1930 at the Royal College of Music in London as a pupil of Harold Darke. 

Lutyens is credited with bringing the Schoenbergian serial technique to the world of film scores, not always employing or limiting herself to 12-note series; some works use a self-created 14-note progression. Schoenberg’s exploration of tonal and atonal music was a huge influence on Hammer’s early sound, the gloomy expressionism first evident in Benjamin Frankel’s 1960 score for The Curse of the Werewolf

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Demonic Toys



Demonic Toys is a 1992 American comedy horror film produced by Charles Band’s Full Moon Entertainment. The film features small, killer toys similar to those seen in Puppet Master, a film which Band produced in 1989. Like many other Full Moon releases, Demonic Toys never had a theatrical release and went straight-to-video. In the USA the film was given an “R” rating for violence, language, and brief nudity.

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Poltergeist (1982)


Poltergeist is a 1982 American horror film, directed by Tobe Hooper and co-written and produced by Steven Spielberg. It is the first and most successful film of the Poltergeist film trilogy. Set in a California suburb, the plot focuses on a family whose home is invaded by malevolent ghosts that abduct the family’s youngest daughter.

The film was ranked as #80 on Bravo’s 100 Scariest Movie Moments and the Chicago Film Critics Association named it the 20th scariest film ever made. The film also appeared at #84 on American Film Institute’s 100 Years… 100 Thrills, a list of America’s most heart-pounding movies. Poltergeist was also nominated for three Academy Awards.

Steven and Diane Freeling live a quiet life in a California planned community called Cuesta Verde, where Steven is a successful realtor and Diane is a housewife who cares for their children Dana, Robbie, and Carol Anne. Carol Anne awakens one night and begins conversing with the family’s…

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Gingerclown 3D



Gingerclown 3D – also known as Gingerclown – is a 2013 horror comedy written and directed by Balázs Hatvani. It stars Ashley Lloyd, Erin Hayes, Tim Curry (The Rocky Horror Picture Show; Stephen King’s It), Lance Henriksen, Sean Young and Brad Dourif. The film was shot in Hungary.


1983: A group of high school students are having a great time near Hollywood Hills at the weekend when they bump into the Loser from their school, Sam, who’s just on his way home. Sam would do anything in order to get Jenny’s attention, one of prettiest girls in school. Unfortunately she’s also the girlfriend of the school’s bully, Biff, the quarterback of the football team.

Biff and his buddies are keen to take Sam to the old abandoned amusement park to make him prove his courage as part of their initiation ceremony. They involve Jenny in their cruel game as…

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Clownhouse is a 1989 American horror film written and directed by Victor Salva. It was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize in the dramatic category at the 1989 Sundance Film Festival. Clownhouse was the film debut of actor Sam Rockwell.

Just before Halloween, three young brothers alone in a big house are menaced by three escaped mental patients who have murdered some traveling circus clowns and taken their identities.


Salva was charged with the sexual abuse of Nathan Forrest Winters, the lead actor who played Casey, during the making of this film. Salva served 15 months of a 3-year-prison term, and was released on parole. Winters came forward in 1996, when Salva’s film Powder was released.

Salva became noticeable again in the film industry in 2001 with the release of his sleeper hit Jeepers Creepers, followed by its 2003 sequel Jeepers Creepers II.


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