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  • [[Category:2009 films]] [[Category:German films]]
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  • {{notability|Films|date=February 2014}} [[Category:2014 films]]
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  • ...n angry FishyKiller than continues to grab a knife to stab Paytas while he films. He continues to cut and smell her long, blonde hair while standing in fron [[Category:American short films]]
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  • ...his film portrayal of a small-town Communist mayor in the [[Don Camillo]] films ...2), actor and dubber, known for his powerful leads in [[Lina Wertmüller]] films, controversial tragicomedies that deal with sex and politics
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  • [[Category:2017 films]] [[Category:2017 horror films]]
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  • {{Article for deletion/dated|page=List of 88 Films releases|timestamp=20161010130643|year=2016|month=October|day=10|substed=ye ...sion is closed, please place on talk page: {{Old AfD multi|page=List of 88 Films releases|date=10 October 2016|result='''keep'''}} -->
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  • ...n [[Van Nuys, California]]. She has appeared in well over twenty different films and television programs. She was a regular and prominent cast member of [[L ...n Bean]] and Natasha Kautsky.<ref>vpro cinema - [http://www.vpro.nl/cinema/films/film~1740864~smart-alec~.html Smart Alec, 1986, Jim Wilson, , credits]</ref
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  • ...]] known for his roles in [[Horror film|horror films]]. He played roles in films by Joan Clark and horror film director Ted Berry.<ref>{{cite web|url=https: | Splatter Motel
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  • ...ge&q=%22susanne%20benton%22%20%22catch-22%22&f=false|title=Military Comedy Films: A Critical Survey and Filmography of Hollywood Releases Since 1918|last=Er ...%22last%20horror%20film%22&f=false|title=The Gorehound's Guide to Splatter Films of the 1980s|last=Stine|first=Scott Aaron|date=2003-07-08|publisher=McFarla
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  • ...akes Manhattan]]''<ref>{{cite book|title=The Gorehound's Guide to Splatter Films of the 1980s|first=Scott Aaron|last=Stine|p=129|publisher=McFarland|year=20
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  • ==In films== ...lodes, sending a shrapnel into the cabin that causes an enormous [[blood]] splatter to splash onto a cabin wall. A wall of fire roars into the cabin, incinerat
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  • ...|thriller]] genre, with undertones of [[black comedy]]. It was inspired by films such as ''[[Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992 film)|Bram Stoker's Dracula]]'' and ...ress.com/category/fantastic-horror-film-festival/ | title = THE FINAL FIVE FILMS FOR THE FESTIVAL CHOSEN AS OFFICIAL SELECTION FOR FHFF’s 2015 SEASON| pub
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  • ...itten warnings. The arrows were constructed specifically as props for both films and do not function as they are portrayed. ...st in gameplay; such as Water Arrows (to extinguish torches or clean blood splatter), Moss Arrows (to create a "carpet" for silent walking), Rope Arrows (to at
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  • ...American actress, best known for her work in low budget erotic and horror films and her [[Marilyn Monroe]] impersonation ...d subway catcaller|url=https://www.pix11.com/2015/08/20/see-it-nyc-actress-films-her-perfect-response-to-alleged-subway-catcaller|access-date=2020-06-28|web
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