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    The next morning, Miles was sick to his stomach as he waited for Bass and Charlie to emerge. Vincent eyeing him with some amusement as Gene and Rachel sorted through Gene’s dwindling first aid supplies. When they finally emerged, Miles went from nauseous to faint when he saw what his daughter was wearing. Black leather pants and sleeveless jacket with fur adorning the collar, joined a deep v-neck shirt along with a holster wrapped round her hips. Her hair was hanging loose with small braids throughout

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    of the Dead By Brearna Sandri Shaun of the Dead In this close viewing I will be using the films Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, directed by Edgar Wright, to show significant aspects/techniques of different scenes used in both films. I will be focusing on the features of sound effects, dialogue and comparing near same scenes within two different films and the aspects that Edgar Wright was trying to cover. Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz both have fence jumping scenes. In Shaun of the Dead, the scene

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    Danny Hicks has played the iconic character Jake from "The Evil Dead II" , as well as many other films such as Darkman, Maniac Cop, Intruder. Danny Hicks is also in band right now called "The Tim-O And Danny Hicks Brain Invasion" which we will be discussing. Having a great career we here at Reviews From Beyond are excited to have the time to talk with Mr. Hicks. Billy - Hello Danny Hicks, how you are you doing today? Before we begin I would just like to take the time to thank you for doing a interview

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    achieve, a supernatural ability. The Shining revolves around five year old Danny Torrance. Danny’s father, Jack, receives a job at the overlook hotel as caretaker. After moving into the hotel and residing there for five months Danny’s supernatural ability advises Danny of a tragic event that is soon to occur in the hotel. After Danny’s father is taken over by the spirits and goes insane trying to kill his wife and son. Danny uses his supernatural ability to destroy the spirits of and his father who

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    "Well this looks.. pleasent" said Danny. John took out a hankerchief and lifted the corpses head and said "We're looking for a broad chested man, about 6'4 and 250 pounds" "How could you possibley know that?" said Danny John said in a low voice "I had a dream" "Funny. Were you in the area?" said Danny "Yea I was." replied John "I tried to stop him but he threw him down and drove off before I could do anything." said John "And you didn't report it?" said Danny "I was going to today but we got the

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    When Danny made the decision to tell their parents, Jazz supported him every step of the way. The two siblings had planned it out, and even memorized back up plans if the conversation didn't seem like it was going their way. She did everything in her power to guarantee that Danny was mentally prepared for his secret to finally be out in the open, however, it wasn't him that she should've made sure was ready. Instead, she should've spent more time examining their parents. That was her crucial mistake

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    brother's face. Instinctively, the halfa shot up and stood up in a defensive stance. Realizing it was not a ghost, he relaxed. "Danny, come on! Aunt Molly wants us both up and downstairs for breakfast now," said Jazz. "Be glad I bolted the door before we went to bed. Ron forgot and he woke up to the sound of the house elf here named Kreacher." She threw another pillow at Danny. He groaned and tossed the pillows to the side. "All right! All right! I surrender!" Danny's gazed down at the ground, recalling

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    Danny Deever

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    In the poem “Danny Deever” by Rudyard Kipling, the two main characters, Files-on Parade and the Colour-Sergeant face hardships in their responsibilities. Files faces the hanging of him close friend Danny Deever, while the Colour Sergeant has to face the fact that he disagrees with the army’s protocol, but can not be vocal about it. Both Files-on-Parade and Colour-Sergeant face the issue of the hanging of Danny Deever. Files-on-Parade was a good friend of Danny Deever and had not been used to the

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    “The cylinder whirled, whirled, and then stopped. Slowly Danny put the gun to his head.” A short story “The Last Spin” by Ed Mcbain is about two club members Tigo and Danny, who are picked to settle differences between two clubs fate in a game called Russian Roulette. Danny is an overall motivated guy, however his thoughts could overtake the way he feels about a situation. He is motivated to do whatever it takes to win the game, because he feels determined, but since he has thoughts that make him

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    now, and the students at the college are advised to stay inside,” the reporter says. The TV is suddenly shut off. Alex looks over at his terrified roommate, Danny, and rolls his eyes. “Danny, you have to stop watching the news at night! If you have nightmares, I’m not letting you sleep in my bed again. I’m tired of you scaring yourself.” Danny frantically turns the TV back on, his frame shaking. On the screen, a policeman holding the camera walks down the alley ways, sweeping the camera side to side

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