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  • the movies produced in the United States can be classified as satanic horror films. Cable television and the home VCR make all this material readily available
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  • that blue sky without seeing trailed across it a mirage of the long horror, a film picture of all the things that have been done by men to men. At last
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  • be noted that not every single film will have some underlying meaning in it. There are probably countless B-horror films whose only real theme would be
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  • The Dunwich Horror by H.P. Lovecraft 886The Dunwich HorrorH.P. Lovecraft The Dunwich Horror by H. P. LOVECRAFT Gorgons and Hydras, and Chimaeras—dire
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  • Herbert West: Reanimator (category Works adapted into films)
    III: Six Shots By Moonlight Part IV: The Scream of the Dead Part V: The Horror From the Shadows Part VI: The Tomb-Legions This work is in the
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  • The Call of Cthulhu (category Short stories adapted into films)
    kinds… —Algernon Blackwood Contents Read all chapters Chapter I: The Horror in Clay Chapter II: The Tale of Inspector Legrasse Chapter III: The Madness
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  • Frankenstein (category Horror novels)
    literature and popular culture and spawned a complete genre of horror stories and films. Many distinguished authors, such as Brian Aldiss, claim that it
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  • The Whisperer in Darkness (category Novels adapted into films)
    The Whisperer in Darkness  (1931)  by H.P. Lovecraft 8531The Whisperer in DarknessH.P. Lovecraft1931 The Whisperer in Darkness By H. P. LOVECRAFT
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  • The Lair of the White Worm (category Horror)
    published in 1911, the year before Stoker's death. It was adapted into a film in 1988 by Ken Russell. The plot focuses on Adam Salton, originally from
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  • — -208- With thee, in the Desert — -209- The thought beneath so slight a film — -210- Come slowly - Eden! -211- Least Rivers — docile to some sea. -212-
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  • Author:Robert Albert Bloch (category Horror authors)
    AlbertRobert Bloch with His Award.jpg19171994American writer, primarily of crime, horror and science fiction. The Feast in the Abbey (1935) The Secret in the Tomb
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  • The Lodger (category Novels adapted into films)
    five different times; the first movie version was Alfred Hitchcock's silent film The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1927), followed by Maurice Elvey's
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  • observation about Senator RUBIO’s question, when he compared ObamaCare to a horror film, I enjoyed that comparison. In fact, in my mind, I heard the music from
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  • The Film that Wasn't by Ram Loevy 589532The Film that Wasn'tRam Loevy In the early 1960s, I acted in the Student's Theater at the Hebrew
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  • Marksman — were forgotten -1152- Than Heaven more remote, -1436- That after Horror — that 'twas us — -286- That Distance was between Us -863- That first Day
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  • job; the dialogue was unusually smooth. Yet the film was obviously box-office, and not the sort of film I'd have liked to direct. After watching a reel
    435 bytes (6,458 words) - 22:30, 16 September 2012
  • instead of me, he saw what he spoke of. "For general uncanny ugliness and horror and pain." "Well then," I said, "just sit right down and begin." He turned
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  • this! One of his eyes resembled that of a vulture—a pale blue eye with a film over it. Whenever it fell upon me my blood ran cold, and so by degrees, very
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  • Filmer by H. G. Wells 67218FilmerH. G. Wells In truth the mastery of flying was the work of thousands of men-- this man a suggestion and that an
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  • mysteries anon. I rejoice to see you looking life-like and rational. The film of the shadow has already passed from off your eyes. Be of heart and fear
    890 bytes (2,039 words) - 21:32, 15 November 2012

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