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  • Myth No. 1: THE COMMUNIST PARTY IS A MONOLITH. No, the financial crisis is splitting the party, pitting the rural populists against the urban growth-firsters.

    Everything You Know About China Is Wrong

  • Overlooked in this election cycle is the "MONOLITH OF POWER" that is the faculty union that is the POWER of the Los Angeles Community College District.

    Mayor Sam's Hotsheet for Monday

  • Movies like THE DEADLY MANTIS, THE LAND UNKNOWN, THE MONOLITH MONSTERS, and especially THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN showed Carter to be particularly capable of working well with special effects units and integrating spfx photography and his straightforward technique to potent, convincing effect.

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  • MAMMOTH MONOLITH - Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock, is reportedly the largest monolith in the world and a sacred site for Australian Aborigines.

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  • Dutch extreme metallers THE MONOLITH DEATHCULT have posted two new tracks -

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  • We were fortunate enough to play SXSW and MONOLITH, Passion Pit bought me a shot of tequila with hot sauce, and CMJ where I took an afternoon taxi to Beth Israel hospital to have my lip stitched after an on stage collision with a rusty cymbal.

    Pop Headwound

  • MONOLITH from Bill Willingham's ELEMENTALS from early 1980's ComiCo.

    BADROCK #1 Image Comics, 1995

  • Among Carter's credits: THE MOLE PEOPLE, THE DEADLY MANTIS, THE LAND UNKNOWN, THE MONOLITH MONSTERS, CURSE OF THE UNKNOWN, THE LEECH WOMAN, and the first movie I ever saw projected on a theater screen: THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN.

    Under the Lens of Ellis W. Carter

  • THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN recently made its American DVD debut as part of Universal's THE CLASSIC SCI-FI ULTIMATE COLLECTION, a Best Buy exclusive box set, which also includes TARANTULA, MONSTER ON THE CAMPUS, and two other films shot by Carter, THE MOLE PEOPLE and THE MONOLITH MONSTERS.

    Under the Lens of Ellis W. Carter

  • THE MONOLITH DEATHCULT's DEKKER Says PETER STEELE's Death Is 'A Great Loss '

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