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At 19, he was taken on for a low-budget film - Nightbreed - directed by Liverpoolborn horror master Clive Barker, before moving to London in 1990.
1.) The screening of the director's cut of the Clive Barker movie "Nightbreed'' -- which fans of such things tell us was muddied by studio interference -- was evidently a big hit with the movie's fans.
Hanich here comments on a broad selection of horror films and thrillers, including Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (McNaughton, 1986); Nightbreed (Barker, 1990); House of 1000 Corpses (Zombie, 2003); Unbreakable (Shyamalan, 2000); Angel Heart (Parker, 1987); Alien 3 (Fincher, 1992); Jacob's Ladder (Lyne, 1990); New Nightmare (Craven, 1994); Alien (Scott, 1979); Psycho (Hitchcock, 1960); Dressed to Kill (De Palma, 1980); The Silence of the Lambs (Demme, 1991); Halloween (Carpenter, 1978); Scream (Craven, 1996); and Alien: Resurrection (Jeunet, 1997).Yet Hanich limits his analysis of each to a series of bullet points containing little more than plot summary.
Topping off the mix, Nightbreed & Sparfunk inject the filth with Arachnophobia while T.C.
Having found cult fame in the movies Nightbreed, Highlander and Star Wars: Episode One, the dashing Ghana-born star helped boost the ratings with his presence alone.
The score for Nightbreed, a stylish if narratively weak film directed by horror writer Clive Barker, is in a similar mode, though flavored with impressionistic touches such as exotic percussion and a wordless female chorus.
His work has included major advertising campaigns, movie posters for films including John Carpenter's The Thing and Clive Barker's Nightbreed.
October 5, 1952 Clive Barker: artist, novelist, and creator of the Hellraiser and Candyman franchises, as well as Nightbreed and Lord of Illusions
Martinelli had just produced Clive Barker's Nightbreed, in which Cronenberg had a significant part as an actor.
Isla Blair and Jan Ravens also feature.(ITV1, 8.30pm)FILM CHOICE Nightbreed: A disturbed young man seeks refuge in a remote cemetery inhabited by an almost extinct race of grotesque creatures.
So when Barker, now based in Los Angeles (as befits his emergence as a director with such films as Hellraiser and Nightbreed), was approached by Chicago's Organic Theater Company about the rights to his work, he proved strikingly sympathetic to the interests, working methods and financial limitations of the nonprofit, experimentally oriented collective.
Nicholas Burman-Vince is an actor who appeared in the Hellraiser and Nightbreed films and continues to appear in horror flicks today.