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NB stands for Nightbreed (The Clan)

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Monstrou Studio Singapore announces USD$5 million animation co-production deal with Spanish production house Sweatbox and Televisio de Catalunya * In what is the first international co-production between Singapore and Spanish animation companies, Singapore's Monstrou Studio, award-winning Spanish company Sweatbox and Catalan TV network Televisio de Catalunya will co-produce Nightbreeds , a 26-episode 3D action-adventure cartoon series targeted at children aged 9 - 12.
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).
Hyde July 22, 1889 James Whale: director of Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein, and The Invisible Man August 6, 1938 Paul Bartel: writer-director of Eating Raoul and Death Race 2000 October 5, 1952 Clive Barker: artist, novelist, and creator of the Hellraiser and Candyman franchises, as well as Nightbreed and Lord of Illusions January 5, 1962 David DeCoteau: director of over 50 horror movies, including Voodoo Academy January 25, 1963 Don Mancini: creator of the Child's Play and Chucky movie series March 14, 1965 Kevin Williamson: created a horror-film renaissance with screenplays for the Scream franchise.
He appeared as Julius Caesar and Macbeth for the Royal Shakespeare Company, turned his hand to medical acting in TV series Surgical Spirit and Medics, and starred in a string of films including Highlander and Nightbreed.