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Episode 9 of Student Short Films special horror episodes. Films included are "I Ran from a Zombie," "Panic Attack," and "The Wilds." Hosted by Lawrence Levesque. Happy Halloween! MATURE CONTENT WARNING: No student shorts are ever edited on this show. If airing this program on a cable access televison channel, please air after 10pm.

After his success in Tod Browning's "Dracula," Hungarian actor Bela Lugosi (1882-1956) refused the role of the monster in "Frankenstein" because he believed all the grunting required of him would be beneath his dignity as an actor. Ironically, however, Lugosi tended to accept any script offered to him in which there was plenty of dialog. The result was a string of low-grade Z pictures that were basically parodies of his great success as Count Dracula. "White Zombie," however, WAS an exception.

This movie was created initially for a challenge posed by freeculture.org. It uses clips from the film "Night of the living Dead", and "Amid the Dead". Both of these films were acquired from archive.org. This film is an amusing instructional video on how to survive a zombie epidemic. The majority of the footage is taken from the other films mentioned, but the witty voice-over narrative is what makes this video a must see. Who knows, the information in this film may just save your life...

The World's First LEGO® Video Nasty! I can't remember why we decided to make a LEGO horror movie, but some time in 1999 myself, (Tim Drage), and my friend and partner in brickfilm crime Tony Mines, did. I think we were inspired mainly by the aquisition of a LEGO skeleton figure and by the increasing levels of violence and evil in the supposedly war-toy-free LEGO range. So we customised some minifigs, built a rudimentary graveyard from plasticine and card, and using my trusty Super-8 Cine camera and some lovely monochrome stock I had recently purchased, began filming indiscriminitely.

Paul Naschy, Spain's superstar of horror, starred as a number of maniacal monsters during his most prolific period (1968-1973). He'd appear as a mummy, Count Dracula, a deranged hunchback, and his most famous role of Waldemar Daninsky, the doomed werewolf. After directing several successful "El Hombre Lobo" romps for Naschy, León Klimovsky was back on hand for this undead entry, known in Spain as LA REBELION DE LAS MUERTAS.

"With These Zombie Eyes he rendered her powerless - With This Zombie Grip he made her perform his every desire!" This is a slightly clearer print that the ones already available on the Internet Archive. Copyright Status: PUBLIC DOMAIN Registered for copyright in 1932 WHITE ZOMBIE. Presented by Amusement Securities Corporation. 1932. 8 reels. Credits: Producer, Edward Halperin; director, Victor Halperin; story and dialogue,Garnett Weston. © United Artists Corp.; 1Aug32; LP3357. NO RENEWALS FOUND

A young man turns to a witch doctor to lure the woman he loves away from her fiance, but instead turns her into a zombie slave.

This is the full 1080p Blu-Ray rip (m2ts) of "Night of the Living Dead" (IMDB) as well as other versions derived from it. The mkv's each have the DTS and AC3 soundtracks with the chapters info included. Please enjoy and let me know if there are problems with any of the files.

Some different prints of the all-time classic. 1. Raw untouched video master - how the film has been seen on late night TV and PD video's and DVDs for years. 2. A remastered version of the film presented in HD. 3. Rare international widescreen theatrical release print presented 16:9 enhanced. Copyright Status: PUBLIC DOMAIN Published without a valid Copyright Notice. Type of Work: Cancelled Registration Cancelled Registration Number: PA0000046101 PA reg. cancelled. Published pre ’78 without copyright notice. Title: Night of the living dead / an Image Ten production ; produced by Russell W.

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