3 items from 2011
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The Living Corpse: “Marshal Hilton Co-Stars in Shoreline Entertainment’s 3D Animated Action-Horror-Thriller Feature Film ‘The Living Corpse’. Directed By Justin Paul Ritter, and based on the Original Comic Book graphic novel ‘The Living Corpse’ created Buzz Hasson and Ken Haeser, Marshal performs the voice of ‘Asteroth’, a 3,000 year old Gargoyle whose role is that of ‘Guide, Mentor and Spiritual advisor to its newest, unwitting and confused visitor ‘the Corpse’, to the land of the ‘Undead’.”
For more information, visit the official website for The Living Corpse at: http://corpsecomic.com/
Dracula vs. Robin Hood vs. Jekyll & Hyde: Publisher Mohawk Media has released the first issue of its digital comic book series, Dracula vs. Robin Hood vs. Jekyll & Hyde:
“Legendary characters Dracula, Robin Hood, »
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A clip has come in from The Living Corpse , directed by Justin Paul Ritter and based on the comic book of the same name by Buzz Hasson and Ken Haeser. In this snippet, you'll find the titular character kicking some ghoulish ass. Michael Villar voices the Living Corpse. Another contributing actors include Maria Olsen, recently seen in Paranormal Activity 3 , and Marshal Hilton who plays "Asteroth," a 3,000 year old Gargoyle whose role is that of .Guide, Mentor and Spiritual advisor to its newest, unwitting and confused visitor "The Corpse," to the land of the Undead. Coming soon from Shoreline, The Living Corpse follows a guilt-ridden Corpse who takes on a heavy burden when he agrees to help a Fallen Angel keep the other undead in their graves, and the »
It's been a few months since we've heard anything from Shoreline Entertainment regarding its 3D animated feature film based on the underground hit graphic novel by Ken Haeser and Buz Hasson, The Living Corpse, but that's about to change as today we have a look at the flick's trailer and poster art.
A guilt-ridden Corpse takes on a heavy burden when he agrees to help a Fallen Angel keep the other undead in their graves and the powers of evil from corrupting our world.
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3 items from 2011
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