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David Seltzer (born 1940) is an American screenwriter, novelist, producer and director, perhaps best known for writing The Omen (1976), and Bird on a Wire (1990). As writer-director, Seltzer's credits include the 1986 teen tragi-comedy Lucas starring Corey Haim, Charlie Sheen and Winona Ryder, the 1988 comedy Punchline starring Sally Field and Tom Hanks, and 1992's Shining Through starring Melanie Griffith and Michael Douglas.
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A young boy is actually the antichrist in this classic tale, now updated and ready for the modern retelling on screen. Get ready for a thrilling and terrifying adventure with this iconic story.
A chemical neurotoxin in Japan wiped out 100,000 people decades ago, and now, in Maine, biological changes are occurring. People are sick, confused, and children are being born deformed or dead. A family of campers has been brutally killed, fulfilling a horrific prophecy.
A timeless story of an evil child who emerges as the antichrist, this screenplay has recently been updated to coincide with the production of a modern remake of the classic 1976 film. Starring top actors, the film hits theaters soon. Don't miss out on the original tale that started it all.
A Vietnam War veteran returns home to East Chicago where he lands a job as a debt collector for a ruthless loan shark. As he carries out his duties, he starts to empathize with the people he encounters and confronts the sorrow within himself.
Discover the historic and cultural gems of Philadelphia with this unique and engaging book. From the charming tree-lined Parisian Parkway to the bustling Society Hill, explore a diverse range of neighborhoods through the eyes of the author. Walk along the beaten track, explore hidden corners, and delve into Philly's fascinating history. With insightful commentary and beautiful illustrations, this book is a must-read for any curious reader or traveler.
This book features powerful, thought-provoking photographs by David Seltzer that delve into the themes of love, lust, God, art, and the human soul. Through unique techniques, including layering and etching, Seltzer delivers personal and graphic images that will leave readers pondering the depths of these complex subjects.
Great Horror Film Stories, The Omen, Rosemary's Baby, Salem's Lot
Various - 1984-01-01