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Late-night horror hosts in other broadcast markets typically portrayed themselves as mad scientists , vampires , or other horror film-themed stock characters. In contrast to this, Anderson's irreverent and influential host character was a hipster. Ghoulardi's costume was a long lab coat covered with "slogan" buttons, horn-rimmed sunglasses with a missing lens, a fake Van Dyke beard and moustache , and various messy, awkwardly-perched wigs.
Anderson agreed from the beginning to wear the Ghoulardi disguise on camera so that the notoriety of the character would not interfere with his conventional outside voiceover work.
Anderson's crew shone a key light on his face at an unusual angle to create a spooky effect, and they shot his face close up or extremely close up , which they often broadcast through an undulating oval. Ghoulardi's stage name and certain aspects of the character's appearance were devised by Cleveland restaurateur and amateur makeup artist Ralph Gulko, who was making a pun of the word " ghoul ," and his own similar last name, suffixed with a generic "ethnic" ending.
The station created a "write in" contest for fans after Gulko devised the name, and station management awarded prizes to several contestants who sent in ideas for names similar to the one they had already chosen. Anderson was later assisted by teenage intern Ron Sweed , who had boarded a bus to try to meet his idol at a live appearance at Euclid Beach Park , clad in a gorilla suit. During breaks in the movies, Ghoulardi addressed the TV-8 camera in a part- Beat , part-ethnic accented commentary, peppered with catchphrases: "Hey, group!
Anderson improvised because of his difficulty memorizing lines. He played novelty and offbeat or instrumental rock and roll tunes, plus jazz and rhythm and blues songs under his live performance. Ghoulardi frequently mocked the poor quality films he was hosting on TV "If you want to watch a movie, don't watch this one," or "This movie is so bad, you should just go to bed. In a scene involving a chase, for example, they integrated Ghoulardi into the film as if he was being pursued, or interacting with other characters.
When airing Attack of the 50 Foot Woman , Ghoulardi leaned his hand up on the wall of a cave in one scene. For three years, Detective Jude Fontaine was kept from the outside world. Held in an underground cell, her only contact was with her sadistic captor, and reading his face was her entire existence.
Learning his every line, every movement, and every flicker of thought is what kept her alive. After her experience with isolation and torture, she is left with a fierce desire for justice - and a heightened ability to interpret the body language of both the living and the dead. No one is more familiar with Savannah's dark side than homicide detective and native resident Elise Sandburg.
Homicide detective Elise Sandburg is traumatized after her run-in with a madman the press has dubbed "The Organ Thief". Homicide detective Elise Sandburg and her partner, profiler David Gould, are all too familiar with the terrible costs of chasing evil. Despite their wounded psyches, the detectives delve into the deranged killer's twisted mind, determined to unravel the clues in the taunts he leaves behind.
When his daughter becomes the killer's next victim, a grief-stricken mayor comes down hard on the police, demanding that they catch the psychopath - now. Feeling the pressure, department officials enlist the aid of both Elise's estranged father and an FBI profiler who has unresolved business with David. When a demolition crew uncovers several bodies inside the walls of a house where serial killer Frank J.
Remy once lived, the discovery sends shock waves through the Savannah Police Department. All of the bodies were hidden before Remy's imprisonment and subsequent death thirty-six years earlier - except for one belonging to a missing child. It's criminal profiler Ivy Dunlap's job to unravel the psyches of the most dangerous men alive. None haunt her dreams more than the killer who took her son's life sixteen years ago, then silently disappeared into the dark.
Now an urgent request for help from the Chicago police has reawakened Ivy's greatest nightmare. The Madonna Murderer has returned to fulfill his calling. This time Ivy understands the killer, and will face her greatest fear to stop him from killing again. It's shaking her to the core, and reviving dreadful memories.
Years ago, her best friend was murdered. Now the man convicted of the crime, Gavin Hitchcock, is free, and Mary's own sister Gillian, a local cop, has befriended him. As each clue leads them closer to Hitchcock, Mary and Gillian set themselves up as the perfect target - and the perfect trap.
In a residential Washington, D. The victim is identified as the daughter of a prominent D. FBI special agent Sayer Altair would rather conduct research on criminality than catch actual criminals. But when she's offered a promotion hinging on her next assignment, she reluctantly accepts the "Cage Killer" case. Senior Special Agent Sayer Altair studies the minds of psychopaths. But even she didn't expect to uncover a killer within the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Rooting him out and exposing internal corruption got her a bullet wound and six months of desk duty.
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