Cara Jocelyn Delevingne (born 12 August 1992) is an English fashion model and actress. She signed with Storm Model Management after leaving school in 2009. Delevingne won the "Model of the Year" award at the British Fashion Awards in 2012 and 2014 and has appeared in shows for houses including Burberry, Mulberry, Dolce & Gabbana, and Jason Wu. She started her acting career with a minor role in the 2012 film adaptation of Anna Karenina. Delevingne played Margo Roth Spiegelman in the romantic mystery film Paper Towns (2015), Kath Talent in London Fields, and co-starred as the main antagonist Enchantress in the anti-hero film Suicide Squad (2016).
Monster is a 2003 crime drama film about serial killer Aileen Wuornos, a former prostitute who was executed in Florida in 2002 for killing six men (she was not tried for a seventh murder) in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Wuornos was played by Charlize Theron, and her fictionalized lover, Selby Wall (based on Wuornos' real-life girlfriend Tyria Moore), was played by Christina Ricci. Patty Jenkins wrote and directed the film.
"Monster" is the second single from the 2009 album Awake by the Christian rock band Skillet, and is the second track on the album. The single went on to become the band's breakthrough single charting at No. 4 on Mainstream rock charts and No. 1 on the Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Chart. A radio edit version can be found on the deluxe version, which does not include the growling part of the song. It is also the fifth single by Skillet to be released to physical media.
Christopher J. "Chris" Parks (born October 4, 1973), better known by his ring name Abyss, is an American professional wrestler signed with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA). Parks is the only man currently employed by TNA to have appeared on the first broadcast.
Humanoids from the Deep, also known as Monster in Europe and Japan, is a 1980 American science fiction monster movie starring Doug McClure, Ann Turkel, and Vic Morrow. Roger Corman served as the film's uncredited executive producer and his company New World Pictures distributed it. Humanoids from the Deep was directed by Barbara Peeters (also called Barbara Peters) and its musical score was composed by James Horner.
Frankenstein's monster (also called the monster, Frankenstein's creature, or Adam) is a fictional character that first appeared in Mary Shelley's 1818 novel Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus. In popular culture, the creature is often referred to as "Frankenstein" after his creator Victor Frankenstein, but in the novel the creature has no name. When speaking to Victor, he calls himself the "Adam of your labors"; whereas Victor refers to him as "creature", "fiend", "spectre", "the demon", "wretch", "devil", "thing", "being" and "ogre".
No Such Thing (previously titled Monster, Icelandic: Skrímsli) is a 2001 United States-Icelandic film directed by Hal Hartley. It tells the story of Beatrice (Sarah Polley), a tabloid journalist whose fiancé is killed by a monster in Iceland. The film, based very loosely on the Anglo-Saxon epic Beowulf, was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the May 2001 Cannes Film Festival.
"Monster" is a song by American recording artist Lady Gaga, from her third EP, The Fame Monster (2009). Inspired by her "Fear of Attachment Monster", the record was written by Gaga, RedOne and Space Cowboy, with RedOne producing the track. Gaga had explained that "Monster" describes her fear of sex and relationships, and described the lyrics as being in love with the bad boy all the time, but instead of running away, one keeps going back to the same person. She added that the fear in "Monster" erupted from her need to have a stable relationship. Incorporating the usage of heavy bass lines, descending keyboard lines and "massive" choruses, "Monster" contains zombie like metaphors, and a reference to Gaga's debut single "Just Dance".
"Monster" is a song by American recording artist Michael Jackson featuring 50 Cent, released on Jackson's first posthumous album Michael. The song was written by Michael Jackson, Eddie Cascio, James Porte, and its rap part was written by Curtis Jackson. Along with "Breaking News" and "Keep Your Head Up", the song was recorded in the Porte/Cascios' basement in 2007. These tracks have been controversial, with Jackson's fans and family members doubting their authenticity. "Monster" had minor chart success and entered the UK Singles chart two weeks after the album's release. Due to the controversy the scheduled single was cancelled.
I Don't Want to Be Born (U.S. The Devil Within Her; also known as The Monster) is a 1975 British horror film, directed by Peter Sasdy and starring Joan Collins, Ralph Bates, Eileen Atkins and Donald Pleasence, which tapped into the 1970s fad for devil-child horror films. The film was originally marketed as a straight-faced and serious product, and as such was comprehensively mauled by critics of the time. However it later gained a reputation as a cult film favourite due to its perceived shortcomings, absurdities and unintentional camp comedy appeal.
"Monster" is a song by the American rock band Paramore. It was released on June 7, 2011 for digital download. It is also the second single from the Transformers: Dark of the Moon OST, which was released on June 14, 2011. It is the first song to not feature former band members Josh and Zac Farro, who separated from the band in 2010.
Il mostro (The Monster) is a 1994 Italian-French comedy film. It starred Roberto Benigni as a man who is mistaken by police profilers for a serial killer due to a misunderstanding of the man's strange behavior. This film was, at the time it came out, the highest-grossing film in Italy, bested later by another Benigni film, Life is Beautiful.
Monster is the 20th studio album by American hard rock/heavy metal group Kiss, released on October 9, 2012. It was recorded at Conway Recording Studios in Hollywood, California and The Nook in Studio City, Los Angeles. Monster was produced by Paul Stanley and co-produced by Greg Collins, as was 2009's Sonic Boom. It is the second studio release of the current band lineup, with Eric Singer on drums and Tommy Thayer on lead guitar.
Monster is an album by Steppenwolf. Released in 1969, it was their first LP with new lead guitarist, Larry Byrom instead of Michael Monarch. The album was Steppenwolf's most political one, making references to important issues at the time, such as the Vietnam War.
Creature from the Haunted Sea is a 1961 comedy horror film directed by Roger Corman. Written by Charles B. Griffith, the film is a parody of spy, gangster, and monster movies (mostly The Creature from the Black Lagoon), concerning a secret agent, XK150 (played by Robert Towne under the pseudonym "Edward Wain"), who goes under the code name "Sparks Moran" in order to infiltrate a criminal gang led by Renzo Capetto (Antony Carbone), who is trying to transport a colonel, a group of exiled Cuban nationals, and a large portion of the Cuban treasury out of the country.
The Monster is a 1925 silent comedy horror directed by Roland West, based on the play by Crane Wilbur, and starring Lon Chaney and Johnny Arthur, and is remembered as an antecedental Old Dark House movie, as well as a precedent to many subgenre of horror films. The film has been shown on TCM network with an alternate, uncredited musical score.
Monstroid is a 1980 American film directed by Kenneth Hartford. It was originally titled Monster when the film was first announced in 1975 and again in 1977, and suffered numerous cast changes (most notably Keenan Wynn who was still billed on some early video releases). The film was eventually released in 1980 as Monstroid, and is also known as Monstroid: It Came from the Lake (American DVD box title) and The Toxic Horror (American alternative title). A novelization written by Peter Crowcroft was released concurrently with the film.
Monster Monsuta) is a seinen manga written and illustrated by Naoki Urasawa, published by Shogakukan in Big Comic Original between 1994 and 2001, and reprinted in 18 tankobon volumes. It was adapted by Madhouse as a 74-episode anime TV series, which aired on NTV from April 7, 2004 to September 28, 2005. It was directed by Masayuki Kojima, written by Tatsuhiko Urahata and featured character designs by Kitaro Kosaka. The manga and anime have both been licensed by Viz Media for an English release. Urasawa later wrote and illustrated the novel Another Monster, a supplement story detailing the events of the manga from an investigative reporter's point of view, published by Shogakukan in 2002.
Mahakaal (also known as The Monster and Time of Death) is a 1993 Indian horror film. It is directed by Shyam Ramsay and Tulsi Ramsay and is based on the American horror film franchise A Nightmare on Elm Street. It was released on DVD in the US by distributor Mondo Macabro in 2009. The film soundtrack was composed by Anand–Milind, and the background score was composed by K. J. Sing and Vishal.
Monster is the twenty-ninth album by pianist Herbie Hancock. As a follow-up to the "Feets" album, it avoided jazz and funk in favor of disco songs only. The track "Stars In Your Eyes" was issued as an extended (11:20) 12" single.
Monster is the ninth studio album by the American alternative rock band R.E.M., released in 1994 on Warner Bros. Records. Co-produced by the band and Scott Litt, Monster was an intentional stylistic shift from the group's preceding albums, Out of Time (1991) and Automatic for the People (1992), consisting of loud, distorted guitar tones and simple song arrangements. Singer Michael Stipe's lyrics dealt with the nature of celebrity, which he sang while assuming various characters. Led by the single "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?", Monster debuted at number one in the United States. The band promoted the record with its first concert tour since 1989.
Richard Raymond Radatz (April 2, 1937 – March 16, 2005) was an American relief pitcher in Major League Baseball. Nicknamed "The Monster," the 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m), 230 lb (100 kg) right-hander had a scorching but short-lived period of dominance for the Boston Red Sox in the early sixties. He got his nickname by striking out several New York Yankees in a row at a game in Fenway Park in 1963. Mickey Mantle, who had a tough time facing Radatz, was heard calling him “that monster,” and the name stuck.
Monster, Wen Shang-Yi (Chinese: 溫尚翊; pinyin: Wēn Shàngyì; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Un Siōng-e̍k) born on 28 November 1976, in Hsinchu, Taiwan, is one of the two guitarists and leader of the Taiwanese rock band, Mayday. Monster became interested in music and the guitar while studying at the Affiliated Senior High School of National Taiwan Normal University where he also met three other Mayday members Ashin, Stone and Masa. He later became vice-president of the guitar society in high school and president of the Rock and Roll society at National Taiwan University during his university days.
"Monster" is the third official single from Kanye West's fifth studio album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. It features Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Justin Vernon of indie folk group Bon Iver, and Nicki Minaj. The song was first released as a free download through West's "GOOD Friday" initiative, in which the rapper showcases a new unreleased song for free every Friday until the album's release. It was officially released on iTunes on October 23, 2010, and was featured in the 2011 comedy film The Hangover Part II.
Monster is the tenth studio album by the German band Oomph!. The band held a contest for fans to create the cover art for the album, similar to the contest for Korn's album Issues. The winning artwork was chosen by the band and presented on Oomph!'s MySpace page on 23 July 2008.
Monster is the fifteenth album by Japanese hard rock band B'z, released on June 28, 2006. The catalogue code for this album is BMCV-8018. The album sold over 401,000 copies in its first week, an improvement from 2005's "The Circle". In total the album sold over 537,091 copies.