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, known primarily for award-winning experimental films, his microbudget feature ''Expiration'', and most recent work as a producer in the horror genre. Served as a Co-Producer and Editor on 2011 Horror Anthology Chillerama, Associate Producer on the psychothriller "Cut Print" (2011) and Producer on Stephen King's Salem's Lot sequel "One For the Road". Heffernan is also an accomplished timelapse photographer, with a popular channel on Vimeo and featured press pieces in The Huffington Post, The Atlantic, Sierra Club Magazine, and Universe Today, to name a few. related Ford Escort (Ford Escort (North America)) Ford EXP Ford Tempo Mercury LN7 Mercury Topaz assembly Wayne, Michigan Edison, New Jersey Oakville, Ontario, Canada Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico engine 1.6 L ''CVH (Ford CVH engine)'' I4 (straight-4) 1.9 L ''CVH (Ford CVH engine)'' I4 (straight-4) 2.0 L Mazda ''RF (Mazda Diesel engine)'' diesel (Diesel engine) I4 (straight-4) successor Ford Contour assembly Claycomo, Missouri, United States An Oakville (w:Oakville, Ontario), Ontario woman married a man on New Zealand radio station ''The Edge (w:The Edge)'' after winning reality show ''Three Strangers and a Wedding (w:Three Strangers and a Wedding)''.


Weimar Republic

era and slightly earlier, would significantly influence later films, not only those in the horror genre. Paul Wegener's ''The Golem (The Golem: How He Came into the World)'' (1920) and Robert Wiene's ''The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920 film))'' (also 1920) had a particular impact. The first vampire-themed movie was made during this time: F. W. Murnau's ''Nosferatu'' (1922), an unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker's ''Dracula''. ref>


Hamburg

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Toronto

assignments eventually led to a continuing position with entertainment periodical ''eye Weekly'' (www.eye.net), where she gained local repute as an insightful commentator on the horror genre, independent films and Canadian cinema (Film). She was listed by Cameron Bailey of ''NOW Magazine'' as one of the Top 10 Coolest People In Canadian Cinema for 1996. She has also written reviews for www.film.com and for the Canadian horror magazine ''Rue Morgue''. In 1924, Maritime Life wrote its first


Argentina

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Mexico

;mortician" Taylor-Compton explained about her father's profession, " I grew up in that whole horror genre and visiting my dad at the mortuary. I have no problem with that stuff. ... whether it was a coffin or my dad bringing his work home." She has 3 tattoos


United States

; is the superficial pectoral). For food service use, they are IMPS 120A and 120B, respectively. '''Peter Francis Straub''' (born March 2, 1943) is an American (United States) author and poet, most famous for his work in the horror (horror fiction) genre. His horror fiction has received numerous literary honors such as the Bram Stoker Award, World Fantasy Award, and International Horror Guild Award, placing him among the most-honored horror authors in recent history

, and other pests that could cause great damage to American agriculture. Individuals cannot bring mangoes into the United States in luggage or ship them by mail. '''Mary Lambert''' (born October 13, 1951) is an American (United States) film director. She has directed music videos, television episodes, and feature films, mainly in the horror genre. '''William Andrew Loomis''' (1892–1959), better known simply as '''Andrew Loomis''', was an American (United States) illustrator, author

, the airline was a prime contractor (air charter) for the Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation System. '''William Browning Spencer''' (born 1946) is an award-winning American (United States) novelist and short story writer living in Austin, Texas. His science fiction and horror (genre


Italy

''', born in Rome, Italy in 1944, is an Italian screenwriter best-known for his work in the horror (horror film) genre. New York Times nonUS yes '''Franco Bonvicini''', also known as '''Bonvi''', (March 31, 1941 - December 10, 1995) was an Italian (Italy) comic book artist, creator of ''Sturmtruppen'' and ''Nick Carter (Nick Carter (comics))'' strips. Background Malta's


Japan

; Throughout the 1980s, the company expanded its operations internationally. By 1982, sales reached 1 million pairs of shoes annually. In order to accommodate the increasing demand additional production was established in Portugal, and under license in Japan and Cyprus. '''''Dark Seed''''' is a computer game in the horror (horror (genre)) adventure game genre. It was developed and published by Cyberdreams in 1992. It exhibits a normal world and a dark world counterpart


Canada

Summer Olympics . '''Gavin Heffernan''' (born April 2, 1980 in Oakville, Ontario) is an AFI grad and Canadian (Canada) independent filmmaker, known primarily for award-winning experimental films, his microbudget feature ''Expiration'', and most recent work as a producer in the horror genre. Served as a Co-Producer and Editor on 2011 Horror Anthology Chillerama, Associate Producer on the psychothriller "Cut Print" (2011) and Producer on Stephen King's Salem's Lot


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