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ghoul

(in Muslim legend) an evil demon thought to eat human bodies, either stolen corpses or children
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Adventure-style gameplay involves capturing and outrunning monsters, searching for clues, hilarious costume changes and puzzle-solving in five creepy environments such as an abandoned movie set, the ghoulish Wild West, a dank bayou, and a monster-infested laboratory.
Players navigate through ghoulish game environments based on both the attraction and the movie.
GHOULISH GLOW: ILLUME brings us fun decorative lanterns that glow when burned in low light with Image Glow, its new line of candles.
It was believed to have included ghoulish video footage made by Gloucester builder Fred West himself.
So the fact that these paintings will go from artist's studio to gallery to collector's wall is not a ghoulish scenario: it ensures that they will not be trapped into slavishly reinforcing the role of art as empty decoration.
carries the latest in ghoulish novelty items and the Supply Sergeant (6664 Hollywood Blvd.
Along with the obvious (though smartly updated from ``Dawn,'' and drolly Anglicized) comparisons of oblivious workaday life to ghoulish monomania, ``Shaun'' proposes that the average bloke, when he finally realizes there's a zombie invasion, is still going to have to deal with the same petty annoyances that girls, boobish buddies and parents always create.
Their ghoulish trail sends them on an adventure which takes them to different Halloweens all around the world.
The psychological thriller features a unique camera-combat system that can now be upgraded, a more disturbing atmosphere and setting, and a terrifying assembly of ghoulish apparitions.
As its outsider and first couple respectively, Kidman, Christopher Walken and Glenn Close play their ghoulish roles to the absolute hilt.
Casper stars Christina Ricci as Kat and Bill Pullman as her ghost-therapist father, Dr James Harvey, who has been hired by Carrigan Crittenden to rid a mansion of its ghoulish residents - Casper the ghost and his dastardly uncles Stretch, Stinkie and Fatso.
For example, Halloween decorating has shifted from the ghostly and ghoulish to life-affirming harvest-home themes, which also extends the decorating season right through Thanksgiving.