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12 Reasons to Scream (Box Set) (2000)

Region: 2
UPC/Barcode: 5031932112016
Released: 25th October 2004
Release type: Deleted
No. of Discs: 3
Catalogue No: IPD11201
Category: Feature, Horror
Format: DVD / Box Set
12 Reasons to Scream (Box Set) (2000) (Box Set) (Deleted)

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Story: Box set of 12 violent horror films. 'Popcorn' (1991) sees a deranged serial killer, who makes masks from the skin of his victims, crash an all-night horror film marathon at a cinema after a film student discovers an old recording of a vicious murder. In Abel Ferrara's 'Driller Killer' (1979), struggling New York artist Reno (Ferrara) is very much down on his luck. His desperate attempts to complete a painting for sale are frustrated by the punk band next door rehearsing 24 hours a day and the activities of his girlfriend and her lesbian lover. Unable to face up to the situation, Reno goes on a murderous rampage, dispatching his victims with an electric drill. 'Cutting Moments' (1997) is an anthology collection of five horror shorts. 'The Amityville Curse' (1989) sees five people dared to spend the night in the cursed, abandoned house fall victim to a host of demons and spirits. In 'Servants of Twilight' (1991), based on the book by Dean R. Koontz, private detective Charlie Harrison (Bruce Greenwood) is hired to protect a young boy with a strange secret from a fanatical religious group. 'Soulkeeper' (2001) sees the unsettled souls of the afterlife rise up when two small time thieves steal an ancient relic, and unknowingly unleash an evil demon that preys upon lost souls. In 'Demon House' (1996), a group of teenage friends are out for laughs on Halloween night, but after a shooting incident, in which one of them is wounded and a cop is killed, they take refuge in the foreboding Hull House, rumoured to be the site of a case of demonic possession years before. When the teenagers meet the mysterious Angela and begin to turn against each other, it isn't long before they realise that the rumours are true. In 'Witchboard 3: The Possession' (1995), an old man's ouija board spells success for Brian Fields (David Nerman), an out of work commodity broker. But when the old man dies, Fields' fortunes take a turn for the worse. Returning to the ouija board for help, he unwittingly opens a portal to a parallel universe, reigned over by the evil demon Kral. In 'Mind Snatchers' (1972), Christopher Walken stars as a soldier experimented on by a sinister army doctor, who fits him with implants designed to make him more compliant. 'Drive In' (2000) follows a man who lives across the road from a drive-in movie theatre that only shows violent horror films. Driven insane, he escapes to go on a kill-crazy rampage. In 'Headhunter' (1990) Miami cop Pete Giullani (Wayne Crawford) discovers that his wife is having a lesbian affair and so starts an affair with his female partner. But when an African voodoo demon arrives in town and starts decapitating people and reanimating their bodies, Pete discovers that his estranged wife is one of the victims. Also includeed is 'The Sleepwalker Project'.

Starring: Rodney Rowland, Kevin Patrick Walls, Robert Davi, Brad Dourif, Karen Black, Deborah Gibson, Tom 'Tiny' Lister, Amelia Kinkade, Kris Holdenreid, Patricia Rodriguez, Stephanie Bauder, Tara Slone, Gregory Calpakis, Vlasta Vrana, Richard Zeman, Minor Mustain, Richard Jutras, Cecile Cristobal, David Nerman, Locky Lambert, Cedric Smith, Donna Sarrasin, Wayne Crawford, Kay Lenz, Steve Kanaly, June Chadwick, Jill Schoelen, Tom Villard, Jimmy Laine, Carolyn Marz, Babi Day, Bob De Frank, Peter Yellen, Abel Ferrara, Harry Schultz, Alan Wynroth, Maria Helhoski, James O'Hara, Richard Howorth, Louis Mascolo, Tommy Santora, Nicca Ray, Gary Betsworth, Kim Coates, Dawna Wightman, Helen Hughes, David Stein, Anthony Dean Rubes, Cassandra Gava, Jan Rubes, Dee Wallace-Stone, Derek Rydall, Malcolm Danare, Elliott Hurst, Ivette Soler, Freddie Simpson, Bruce Greenwood, Jarrett Lennon, Belinda Bauer, Grace Zabriskie, Richard Bradford, Carel Struycken, Jack Kehoe, Dale Dye, Christopher Walken, Ronny Cox, Joss Ackland, Marco St John, Susan Travers, Ralph Meeker, Brenton Earley, Deshja Driggs, Eric Jungmann, Rick Perkins, Scott Ford, Morgana Rae

Directed by: Abel Ferrara, Douglas Buck, Tom Berry, Darin James Ferriola, Jimmy Kaufman, Peter Svatek, Mark Herrier, Francis Schaeffer, Jeffrey Obrow, Dietmar Post, Craig Wallace, Tim Healy, Gina Pinera, Casey Kehoe, Bernard Girard, Chuck DeBus

Music by: Joe Delia, Paul J. Zaza, Kevin Saunders Hayes, Raymond C. Fabi, Jim Manzie, Christopher Dedrick, Dean Andre

Produced by: Rochelle Weisberg, Darin James Ferriola, Jeff Richie, Claudio Castravelli, Robin Spry, Bob Clark, Torben Johnke, Ashok Amritraj, George Goodman, Lee Friedlander

Written by: Nicholas St John, Mitchell Smith, Stephen Carpenter, Douglas Buck, Darin James Ferriola, Kevin S. Tenny, Alan Ormsby, John Ezrine, Jeffrey Obrow, Dennis Reardon, Ron Whyte, Chuck DeBus

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Studio/distributor: ILC

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