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Body Bag #1 - John Carpenter And Jim Lang - Body Bags (John Carpenter Presents)

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  1. John Carpenter presents "Body Bags", in which it reads true as he plays very-well looking coroner (well he might not be as what he seems) late at night fooling around in a morgue, while spitting out macabre jokes (visual and verbal) and then introducing us to three buoyant little stories.
  2. Aug 08,  · John Carpenter presents "Body Bags", in which it reads true as he plays very-well looking coroner (well he might not be as what he seems) late at night fooling around in a morgue, while spitting out macabre jokes (visual and verbal) and then introducing us to three buoyant little stories/10(K).
  3. Buy Body Bags soundtrack online. Your favorite soundtracks from movies, television and more! Composer John Carpenter (Halloween, The Fog) and composer Jim Lang (In The Mouth Of Madness) provide the scary tunes to accompany this TV movie.
  4. Jun 03,  · Hugo Stiglitz Makes Movies Home; Director Retrospectives. John Carpenter: John Carpenter would once again, this time after the disaster that was Memoirs of an Invisible Man, return to the and the final product turned into Body Bags — an extremely entertaining horror anthology in the vein of the EC Comics that inspired Carpenter as a.
  5. Even though most of my childhood was filled with an array of films from John Carpenter and Tobe Hooper, Body Bags isn’t a film that I was really all that familiar with. I had borrowed a VHS copy of it from a friend in early and the tape broke about minutes in, so when it came time to finally get myself fully-acquainted with it, I was game for anything, especially considering the.
  6. Body Bags soundtrack from , composed by John Carpenter, Jim Lang. Released by Varese Sarabande in (VSD ) containing music from Body Bags ().
  7. The final tale shows what it is like to see life through the eyes of a killer. Good writing and performances that revel in the wickedness of the material make BODY BAGS a cut above most horror anthologies. Carpenter and Hooper deliver the hair-raising goods with aplomb, exercising the talent for scary storytelling that has made them famous.

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