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"After Death" is an 1989 Italian zombie movie. Released in the United States under the title Zombie 4: After Death and in the United Kingdom as Zombie Flesh Eaters 3, the movie has no connections to the other official or unofficial Zombi films. It was directed by frequent zombie writer/director Claudio Fragasso under the pseudonym Clyde Anderson. The film is also notable for starring Jeff Stryker in one of his few non-pornography roles.
- also known as Revenge of the Zombies
- countries: Italy, United States of America, Philippines
- language: Italian Language
- producer: Franco Gaudenzi
- executive producer: Bruno Mattei
- art direction by Mimmo Scavia
- written by Rossella Drudi
- cinematography by Luigi Ciccarese
- edited by Maurizio Baglivo
- music by Al Festa
- set decoration by Jun Carlos & Don Reganit
- genres: Horror, Drama
- released on (26 years ago)
- "After Death" is a book by Paschal Beverly Randolph.
- also known as "After death, the disembodiment of man: the world of spirits, its location, extent, appearance: the route thither, inhabitants, customs, societies: also sex and its uses there, etc. etc.: with much matter pertinent to the question of human immortality"
- genre: Inspirational
- subjects: Spiritualism, Philosophy, Parapsychology, Spirituality, Religion
- "After Death" is a book by Darryl Reanney.
- also known as "After death: a new future for human consciousness"
- "After death" is a book by Herbert Luckock.
- also known as "After death: an examination of the testimony of primitive times respecting the state of the faithful dead, and their relationship to the living"
After Death is a musical group.
- album: "Retronomicon"
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Rethinking Retirement (2009)
Finishing Life for the Glory of Christ by John Piper
Eternal rest and joy after death is an irrelevant consideration. When you don't believe in heaven to come and you are not content in the glory of Christ now, you will seek the kind of retirement that the world seeks. But what a strange reward for ...
Flights of Fancy (1989)
The Great Fantasy Films by Kenneth Von Gunden
One role of popular culture is to explain and defend popular values, especially establishment values, and life after death is a pillar of both mass culture and Christian theology. Heaven is not mentioned directly in the film — though Marion calls ...
by A. Bennett
' Life after death is a fiction. It imagines a world other than our own: a dream or a nightmare, taking place in unmappable landscapes peopled by unfamiliar beings. It is an object of speculation and imagination, but ...
by Ernest L. Abel
To qualify as a judgment myth, some kind of moral evaluation must take place after death, based on how well an individual conformed to some code of conduct. Souls that pass the test go to Heaven, those that fail go to Hell. The basic idea of ...
Opinions and experiences from eminent sources by John Reynolds Francis
A few hours after death, generally from seven to ten, a rigidity takes possession of the body. This rigidity, which 'physicians call rigor mortis, is not confined to the muscles, but is manifested in the blood-vessels and heart. The rigidity may be ...
Under the Codes and Practice Acts, at Common Law, in Equity and in Criminal Cases
denying application for reargument after death of a party. Texas. — The statute provides that " If any party to the record, in any cause now pending in or hereafter taken to the Supreme Court or Court of Civil Appeals by appeal or writ ...
by Michael Shermer
Reactions to these claims ranged from the popular view that these experiences must be evidence for life after death to outright rejection of the experiences as, at best, drug-induced hallucinations or, at worse, pure invention. The State of the ...
However, within Irish communities especially, it is traditional to exhibit the body after death before the funeral. Therefore, particular thought should be taken if the next of kin consent to organ donation or autopsies (Toropov and Buckles, 2011).
by Chris Brooker
posthumous adj occurring after death. posthumous birth 1.
postmortem adj after death, usually implying dissection of the body.
by Jean-Charles Seigneuret
The individual's approach is either an essentially religious one, which we will define as any attitude that presumes some kind of ongoing personal existence after death, or a practical one. The practical approach we will define as any attitude ...
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- The After Death
Photo credit: Pedro Corrêa
- Living after death
Photo credit: Pedro Nuno Caetano
- Light After Death
Photo credit: Jess & Kate
- Christmas after death
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- Famous after death
at Cimitero Acattolico (Cemetery for Non-Catholics) in Rome.
Photo credit: uitdragerij
- Data after Death
Arcadia seminar at Wolfson
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Personally, I would be delighted if there were a life after death, especially if it permitted me to continue to learn about this world and others, if it gave me a chance to discover how history turns out. (Carl Sagan)
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