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Film Review: Deadly Friend (1986)

SYNOPSIS: Loosely adapted from Diana Henstell’s novel Friend, “Deadly Friend” revolves around boy genius Paul (Matthew Laborteaux) who has moved to a new town with his mother his mother and his robot pal that he built himself named BB. Paul soon falls in love with pretty neighbor Sam (Kristy Swanson), who lives with her abusive father. Things soon go downhill …

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SCREAM 4 DVD Art

Anchor Bay will be bringing us the SCREAM 4 DVD which is kind of strange since LIONSGATE just gave us the Blu-rays of the first three but so goes the wacky world of DVD distribution. Anchor Bay always does a nice job on their discs so no problem there, it just greatly complicates ever putting out all the films as …

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Gorgeously Gruesome Posters Celebrating the Films of Wes Craven

Mondo proudly announced the films of Wes Craven as their next subject in their “Director’s Series” of posters. Artist Alex Pardee took on A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET and the SCREAM series with a ghoulish delight in the two new posters. Internal organs swirl and bloody sneakers drip to create the visage of the murderous Ghostface for the SCREAM poster. …

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An all out video assault from SCREAM 4!

The promotional assault for SCREAM 4 has officially kicked into high gear. DIMENSION has updated their press site with a bunch of video goodies and I’ll be making sure you get a load of all the fun. This morning I have a new trailer and three clips from the flick. Lets get started. Here’s the brand spanking new trailer: [dailymotion]http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xhrxxb_new-trailer-scream-4_shortfilms[/dailymotion] …

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Scream Trilogy BLU-ray New Release

Street Date: 3/29/11 Blu-ray Disc SRP: $19.99 each PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Celebrating 15 years in horror, the Scream franchise has a brand new film, Scream 4 – hitting theaters April 15th – as well as the Scream trilogy arriving on Blu-ray Disc for the first time ever! Horror fans will scream like never before as Lionsgate debuts Miramax’s Scream, Scream 2 …

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