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At 19, I got taken on for a low-budget film - Liverpool writer Clive Barker's horror film, Nightbreed - which was great because a lot of the actors were from Liverpool.
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).
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.
Nightbreed will be based on the Hellraiser and Candyman writer's 1990 film of the same name, which was inspired by his 1988 novel Cabal.
Starred in a string of movies including Highlander and Nightbreed.