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The mid-1980s were a great time to be a horror fan: the films by and large became enormous, ridiculous, omnipresent gore-and-creature factories. Even some of the sillier flicks out there were getting some good effects, good casts, and good direction. One of the few that holds up, in that gloriously dopey ’80s way, was 1984’s C. H. U. D. , a word that would come to be shorthand to monster hounds everywhere, but that audiences at the time would have to learn meant “Cannibalistic Humanoid... The initial concept for C. H. U. D. , as I understand it, was to be that homeless undesirables living under New York City are exposed to illegally-dumped toxic waste and turn into zombie-like creatures, given the government acronym “C. H. U. D. ”... the movie was rife with turmoil, with director Douglas Cheek and credited story writer Shepard Abbott trying to make the film listed above, but producer Andrew Bonime and second writer Parnell Hall turning it into a monster movie. Evidently, 50% of Hall’s script was re-written by two of the actors to include new characters and storylines, and the result feels a bit all over the place. On the face of it, the original story idea remains true: some underground monsters are picking off homeless people and hapless New Yorkers during a particularly dingy summer. The movie opens with a woman walking her dog and getting pulled into the sewer by one of these beasts. They soon discover an offshoot of the EPA is dumping chemicals in the sewers, assuming no one will care if a few bums die as a result, but have actually created glowing-eyed monsters. Elsewhere, in scenes that for a long while feel like they aren’t even in the same movie, a fashion photographer named George Cooper (John Heard) and his model wife Lauren (Kim Greist) live in a building near where all the people are going missing. He was nominated for a Pulitzer for photographing New York’s homeless population and he meets up with some of his earlier subjects, who tell him about the plight, which draws him into the fold as well. At all times, C. H. U. D. feels like it’s fighting against itself and whether it should be a serious look at New York’s pollution, homeless situation, government corruption, through the guise of a horror movie, or simply a silly, rubber-suited... Source: nerdist.com
Elsewhere, in scenes that for a long while feel like they aren't even in the same movie, a fashion photographer named George Cooper (John Heard) and his model wife Lauren (Kim Greist) live in a building near where all the people are going missing
Greist, who has owned a home in Stamford, turns 58 on Thursday. The actress was born May 12, 1958, in Stamford. She spent some of her late teenage years as a professional model in Europe. She then returned to the United States at age 20 and launched
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"Stephen Cannell's reluctant white knights--James Rockford, Black Sheep Squadron, Ralph Hinckley, A-Team, and Hunter--traversed the television landscape from the 1970s to the 1990s. This book discusses the programs and lists every episode of his award-winning productions from the early 1970s to the early '90s. The book features photos and descriptions of unsold pilots"--Provided by publisher.
Thinking they have been abandoned, the trio hit the road in a bid to find their way home. Adventure, featuring the voices of Michael J Fox, Sally Field and Don Ameche. Kim Greist, Robert Hays and Benj Thall take the human roles.
Thinking they have been abandoned, the trio hit the road in a bid to find their way home. Adventure, featuring the voices of Michael J Fox, Sally Field and Don Ameche. Kim Greist, Robert Hays and Benj Thall take the human roles
French police arrested 16 people in connection with the October theft of more than $10 million worth of jewelry from Kim Kardashian West. Paris police say the arrests began on Janauary 9 morning in several areas around Paris. The investigation is focused ...
Kim Greist, Actress: Manhunter. Connecticut native Kim Greist spent her late teen years in Europe as a professional model. She returned to the US at age 20 ...
Connecticut native Kim Greist spent her late teen years in Europe as a professional model. She returned to the US at age 20 and launched an acting ...
Kim Greist; Born: Kimberley Bret Greist (1958-05-12) May 12, 1958 (age 58) Stamford, Connecticut: Occupation: Actress: Years active: 1984–2002
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