The Japanese movie, Parasyte: Part 2, is an action and horror movie which is the sequel to the 2014 movie, Parasyte: Part 1. The creators of this movie are Hitoshi Iwaaki, Ryôta Kosawa, Sean Whitley, Takashi Yamazaki. The music composer for the movie is Naoki Satô. Genki Kawamura produced the movie, Keiichiro Moriya and Takahiro Satô with Akihiro Yamauchi, Seiji Okuda and Shuji Abe as the executive producers.
It also included Minami Ichikawa and Yoshio Nakayama as the chief executive producer, Takaaki Kabuto as the co-executive producer, Takeshi Satô as the coordinating producer and Hidehara Yamashita as the line producer. Shôichi Atô is the cinematographer of the movie while Jon’nosoke Hogaki did the editing.
Here are some testimonies JLH instructed The Huffington Post about the horror flick:
The famous scene where Hewitt yells in the road was notion up by using a fan who were given to tell the actors what to do.
According to Hewitt, a fan who loved horror movies got the threat to come back to the set and pick a second in that movie for any person to do.
Hewitt said that it was never supposed to be her line and him or she wasn’t speculated to do the iconic scene originally. In her recollection, the fan stated.
The American dark fantasy series has been on since 2005. Eric Kripke created the series along with a host of other writers. Jay Gruska and Christopher Lennertz are the music composers for the series. The series, Supernatural, has a long list of producers that include Eric Kripke, Robert Singer, David Nutter, Kim Manners, John Shiban, Phil Sgriccia, Sera Gamble, Ben Edlund, Jeremy Carver, Jim Michaels, Todd Aronauer, Adam Glass, Andrew Dabb, Brad Buckner and Eugenie Ross-Leming.
The series is filmed with a Single-camera setup. Serge Ladouceur is the cinematographer of the series. The movie is edited by Don Koch, Nicole Baer, James Pickel, Tom McQuade, Anthony Pinker and John Fitzpatrick. The series was first broadcasted on the 13th of September, 2005. The series has since then recorded 15 seasons and 320 episodes. The series, Supernatural, is produced under the Kripke Enterprises, Warner Bros. Television, Wonderland Sound and Vision and Supernatural Films.
An American television series, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is the horror and the supernatural genre series.
It is based on the novel named Chilling Adventures of Sabrina written by Archie Comics.
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is the developer of the series Adam Taylor is the composer of the series.
Ryan Lindenberg, Craig Forrest, and Matthew Barry are the producers of the series with Jon Goldwater, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Lee Toland Krieger, Sarah Schechter, and Greg Berlanti are the executive producers of the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina series.
The American movie, Satanic Panic, is a comedy and horror genre movie. Grady Hendrix and Ted Geoghegan are the brains behind the story of this movie. The Wolfmen of Mars is the music composer for the film.
Satanic Panic was produced by Adam Goldworm, Amanda Presmyk, and Dallas Sonnier. It also included Danielle Cox, Tom DeFeo, Adam Donaghey, Charlie Dorfman, David Gilbery, Grady Hendrix, and Phil Nobile Jr. as executive producers. Johnathan Brownlee, Clay Neigher, and Jessica Safavimehr also co-executive producers.
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Taking his cue from such Seventies horror classics as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) and The Hills Have Eyes, animated rocker Rob Zombie goes celluloid with the throwback shocker House of one thousand Corpses. Running low on gasoline as they journey the highways of America in search of the last roadside attraction, a collection of young adults pull into Captain Spaulding’s museum of oddities which also offers fried hen and gasoline only to become passionate about uncovering the mystery of a legendary nearby maniac known only as Dr. Satan. When an attractive and mysterious hitchhiker eventually offers to offer the thrill seekers a personal excursion of Dr. Satan’s vintage stabbing grounds, a breakdown forces them to take shelter with a group of menacing oddballs as a fearsome typhoon rages outside.
Rita and Dennis return from vacation to their lakeside home that they had been renting out in their absence. However, something isn’t quite right. The house lies empty and the renter’s bags remain. As the couple tries unsuccessfully to contact their tenant, they find more and more evidence that something mysterious and disturbing took place there. As they discuss the strange events from the dock, they detect a man with an axe over his shoulder slipping into the back of their home. Frightened for their lives, the couple prepares for the worst, but they could not have anticipated what was about to come next.
Action, horror and dark humor, those are the best words to describe this American thriller. Directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, Ready or Not tells the story of a newlywed bride whose weeding night didn’t go the conventional way. The movie was created from a screenplay written by Guy Busick and R. Christopher Murphy. The music of the movie was composed by Brain Tyler.
Ready or Not was produced by Bradley J. Fisher, William Sherak, James Vanderbilt and Tripp Vinson. The executive producers of the movie include Daniel Bekerman, Tara Farney, Tracey Nyberg, and Chad Viella. The movie was filmed in Ontario, Canada by director of photography, Brett Jutkiewicz. The film was edited by Terel Gibson.