Music is the interpretation of emotion, “Somebody get me a loud guitar, so I can ease the pain*,” take that emotion and funnel it through 5 amazingly talented musicians and you get a larger-than-life, melodic rock n roll sound that is Lost Carnival.
Ingrid Pitt: Born November 21, 1937. Pitt died in a south London hospital on 23 November 2010, a few days after collapsing, and two days after her 73rd birthday. Ingrid Pitt was an actress best known for her work in horror films of the 1960s and 1970s.
Fans worked together quickly and soon uncovered the picture and we were revealed a very scary and nasty joker games. You can see the picture to your left (and additional links below).
We mingled with the general population of Gotham City for fifteen minutes and then strapped on our eye-masks in preparation for the spook house. “Remember last year when the Mummy jumped out of the sarcophagus and scared the hell out of us?” I said.
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This is the time when I look for a good film to watch or a good play to attend. Because my work usually involves me sitting in relative isolation listening to sound equipment making strange noises as it tries to tell me whats wrong with it, it leaves me devoid of any sense of knowing that there is an active and working world out there. A world with human beings and life. So the demands I place on a performance be it in film or theater are actually quite high.
This is it. The Grand-daddy of them all. It may not be the first super-hero movie but it is definitely the first movie that you think of when you think about a super hero movie. Where Chris Evans was convincing in the role of Steve Rogers/Captain America, Christopher Reeve IS Superman and at the same time he delivers the definitive portrayal of Clark Kent. Others have played the role before and after Reeve but none have worn the cape more convincingly or confidently. Christopher Reeve truly made me believe that if a man could fly it would be him.