Scream Factory Delivers One of The Most Anticipated Slasher Films Ever With Their Upcoming Release of The Final Terror!

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Holy cats Creeps, I gotta tell ya, the ol’ Ouija Board Kid is as excited as Dracula in a Bloodmobile over the news he just received straight from the horrifying headquarters of Scream Factory about the upcoming release of long lost slasher flick The Final Terror! I’ve been dyin’ to check this terror tale our for years, and I can’t wait to do just that when the Blu-ray/DVD combo pack hits shelves on July 1st! Here’s what the good fiends at ol’ SF have to say about the rollickin’ release:

A group of young campers out for what they hope will be a fun-filled weekend find their plans spoiled by a disguised, merciless killer who stalks the forest in search of new victims. Soon they are caught in a terrifying web of bloodshed and murder. It is up to the remaining few to defend themselves and put an end to the terror-filled weekend.

This summer, one of the most sought-after and long-lost slasher films from the 80s is being unleashed on Blu-ray™ and DVD for the first time! Produced by Joe Roth (Snow White and the Hunts Man) and directed by Andrew Davis (The Fugitive, Under Siege), backwoods slasher cult classic THE FINAL TERROR features an all-star cast of John Friedrich (Baretta), Rachel Ward (The Thornbirds), Adrian Zmed (Bachlor Party), Mark Metcalf (Zero Dark Thrity), Daryl Hannah (Kill Bill, Blade Runner), Ernes Harden Jr. (White Men Can’t Jump ), Joe Pantoliano (The Matrix, The Fugitive) and Lewis Smith (Django Unchained). On July 1, 2014, SCREAM FACTORY™ will unleash THE FINAL TERROR Blu-ray+DVD combo pack, featuring insightful bonus content and new interviews with actors Adrian Zmed and Lewis Smith, audio commentary with director Andrew Davis and more. A must-have for loyal fans, movie collectors and horror enthusiasts to complete their entertainment library, THE FINAL TERROR Blu-ray+DVD combo pack is priced to own at $26.99 SRP.

And check out these frightful features:

– Interviews with actors Adrian Zmed and Lewis Smith, post production supervisor Allan Holzman and composer Susan Justin
– Audio commentary with director Andrew Davis
– Theatrical Trailer

Be sure to head here and pre-order today. Tell ’em XIII sent ya!

You’ll Die Laughing When The Clowns Bring Terror on Tour

Kiss? Never heard of 'em...

Kiss? Never heard of ’em…

I think the following clip will prove to all of you fiends just why 1980’s Terror on Tour has continued to entertain tens of people for generations. It’s recipe for success is right there on the screen; a band whose lead singer looks like Ben Cooper’s version of Gene Simmons and delivers death themed rhetoric in the manner of a boozy former pro-wrestler who know stars in matches held in high school gyms (or his mind), incidental music that was obviously borrowed from a more “adult” feature, and a drug dealin’ super-fox who upon being stabbed to death utters an “oh my god” that makes it appear that the homicide was a slight annoyance instead of the blood curdling, mortality ending event that it was meant to be.

Don’t Let Kristi Prevent You From Being a Cool Dude!

You know that volleyball scene in Top Gun? Do that, only make it worse...

You know that volleyball scene in Top Gun? Do that, only make it worse…

As I’m sure you can all attest, we all have our own personal Kristi; that thing that just refuses to “be real”, that thought that prevents us from reaching our full potential as both cool dude and regular ivy-league guy. To that negative influence I just scream “Stop givin’ me all of your jive!” then I raise my fist up high and proclaim “I’m a cool, rude dude!” as I spray my shirtless friends with beer, fart around for what seems like an eternity on a three wheeler and gently cry myself to sleep…

Oh and that girl at the end of the clip, she let her Kristi get the better of her and we all paid the price…

The ol’ Crystal Lake Boogie

Born to hand jive...and kill

Born to hand jive…and kill

Hey Creeps, what would you say is the most horrific element of legendary slasher series Friday the 13th? Would it be the the gruesome and gory death sequences? Or how about the suspense of seeing children in peril from the undead menace Jason Vorhees? Some may even say it’s Henry Manfredini’s iconic score, but all of you would be wrong. The most terrifying thing about the series is the dancing…

…the horrible, horrible dancing…

…and if Jason had just done this in the first place…

…he would be considered a hero more than a mass murdering psychopath.

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