scream


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I shall have a hunch on my back and then I shall die," and he began to writhe again and turned on his face and sobbed and wailed but he didn't scream.
As she listened to the sobbing screams she did not wonder that people were so frightened that they gave him his own way in everything rather than hear them.
She flew along the corridor and the nearer she got to the screams the higher her temper mounted.
Filmmakers use chaotic, unpredictable sounds to evoke particular emotions, a team assessing screams and outbursts from more than 100 movies reports online May 25 in Biology Letters.
Last time I saw Primal Scream their party-loving guitarist Mani had spent the night in a police cell after being caught in an intimate liaison with a fan.
Of course still you have to yell and scream but it's not bad for your voice, at least as bad as you would imagine.
The year 2000 has also seen Primal Scream legitimately assume the mantle of rock 'n' roll icons they had always claimed as their birthright, in spite of substantial evidence to the contrary.
Courteney's a big screen hit in the slasher horror movie, Scream, about a nutty knifeman.
It is always a reasonable inference in such cases that the scream cannot be the artist's own, for the mere fact that the representation is clear enough to be recognized as of a scream is inconsistent with that.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indy Scream Park,one of the largest haunted houses in the Indianapolis, Ind.
The Village Butcher A familiar character at Scream Factory and a resident of the 'village'.
Fear Overload Scream Park is open on most nights from September 28th through November 2nd from 7pm to late.