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Popcorn is a 1991 American horror film, directed by Mark Herrier and written by Alan Ormsby.
A group of film students plan an all-night horror film festival in order to raise funds for their cinema club. They decide to show a number of (fictional) horror films from the 1950s that rely on gimmicks such as 3-D, Odorama, and electrical “buzzers” in seats. Unbeknownst to the group, a homicidal maniac is stalking the theater where the festival is being held. A filmmaker named Lanyard Gates, who murdered his family during a screening of his only film in the 1970s, supplies the decoy killer character, since young Maggie (Jill Schoelen) may or may not be his missing daughter.
St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 1311, f.14. The travel diary (“Reisebuch”) of Alsatian world traveler Georg Franz Müller. 1669-1682.
“Müller was employed by the East India-Holland Company between 1669 and 1682 as a soldier in the Indonesian archipelago. In the “Reisebuch” he sketched people, animals and plants that he encountered during his voyage (via South Africa) to Indonesia and his travels in Indonesia. He also composed simple, sometimes rough verses, about all these people, animals and plants, and wrote them out in his idiosyncratic, difficult to read script.”