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The Dead Do What The Dead Do, Dude

George A. Romero had a way with zombies. His first three zombie films, the trilogy if you will, stand as a testament to the whole zombie genre of filmmaking in my eyes. 889 more words

Cinema

Level Talk. Ominous Development of the US Drone Program

In this 27-minute interview on Sputnik Radio International, host John Harrison, author Laurie Calhoun, and peace campaigner Russell Whiting discuss the recently proposed changes to the US drone program, including the request by the CIA to be given strike autonomy in Afghanistan, and modifications to the Obama administration’s Presidential Policy Guidance (PPG) in the forthcoming Trump administration’s Principles, Standards, and Procedures (PSP). 34 more words

Obama

Everybody Needs Good Neighbours

There you are in Leeds in the seventeenth century. As a prosperous chap, you’ve just built the good folk of the city a beautiful church, a row of almshouses, and a building for the grammar school. 243 more words

Articles

Genre stars Lesleh Donaldson and John Harrison to attend Toronto Horror-Rama

The fourth installment of the only deemed “stand alone” convention HORROR-RAMA returns to Toronto on November 4th and 5th. Recently it was announced that genre favorites Lesleh Donaldson and John Harrison are scheduled to appear. 366 more words

Horror Movies

Amey staff have to wait another 6-7 months for news .....

At the start of this year, the City Council announced they were set to terminate their waste contract with Amey in a bid to save £100,000 every year. 196 more words

City Council

“IF YOU WANT TO SPEAK TO EVERYONE, SPEAK TO SOMEONE.”

Brands are so afraid of turning any potential buyers off, they are increasingly making work that fails to turn anyone on. John Harrison, Managing Partner at BBH London, suggests 4 things we could do in order to create work that cuts through this morass of averageness. 917 more words

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Effects (USA, 1978)

‘Making movies can be murder’

Effects is a 1978 American horror film written and directed by Dusty Nelson (Necromancer), based on a novel by William H. 445 more words

Film