In Sickness and in Health - A young bride's life unravels when, on her wedding day, she receives a mysterious handwritten note that reads, "the person you are about to marry is a serial killer."
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Featured Projects - "Jeepers Creepers"
Bio - Victor Salva grew up just outside San Francisco and knew early on he wanted to make movies. He followed through with his dream by making a low-budget horror movie, "Something in the Basement," that was filmed in his very own backyard. Famed director Francis Ford Coppola caught wind of the project and helped Salva finance his first feature horror film, "Clownhouse."
It would be five years until Salva would work on another film. He made "The Nature of the Beast" in 1994, followed by the moderately successful film "Powder." Salva is probably most recognized in the film industry for his work on "Jeepers Creepers" and the sequel, "Jeepers Creepers II."
Featured Projects - "Animal House," "An American Werewolf in London," "Twilight Zone: The Movie," "Blues Brothers"
Bio - John Landis was born in Chicago but moved to LA with his family when he was only four months old. His career began as a teenager when he delivered the mail for 20th Century Fox Studios. From there, John worked diligently on his film career and soon created the breakthrough hit, "National Lampoon's Animal House."
One of his most personal projects was a movie he had dreamed about making since 1969, "An American Werewolf in London." The film was released in 1981 and it secured John's place in horror movie history. John also tried his hand in music, directing two of the most famous music videos in music television history, Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and "Black and White."