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Scream Factory (digital production company)

Scream Factory (digital production company)

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Scream Factory is an American digital production company dedicated to releasing horror and science-fiction films with a cult following; it is an imprint of Shout! Factory. Scream Factory has released a slate of fan-favourites from the 1970s, 80s and 90s, many of which have never been available on Blu-ray before.

Each title is presented in anamorphic widescreen, and most are released in a…

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Hand-chopping in Italian fumetti Lucifera

Hand-chopping in Italian fumetti Lucifera

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If you go down the woods today… Explorers Into Infinity by Ray Cummings, April 1927

If you go down the woods today… Explorers Into Infinity by Ray Cummings, April 1927

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Captive Wild Woman

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‘Born of horror to live in terror!’

Captive Wild Woman (1943) is a sci-fi horror film, starring John Carradine, Milburn Stone, Evelyn Ankers, and “introducing” Acquanetta. It was released by Universal Pictures and was directed by Edward Dmytryk (The Devil Commands; Bluebeard) who was tasked with re-editing footage from a 1933 circus movie The Big Cage. Jack P. Piercehandled the beastly makeup…

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Conjure Wife (novel)

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Conjure Wife
(1943) is a supernatural horror novel by Fritz Leiber. Its premise is that witchcraft flourishes as an open secret among women. The story is told from the point of view of a small-town college professor who discovers that his wife is a witch.

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This novel was the first by Fritz Leiber. It has been the inspiration for at least three films: Weird Woman (1944), Night of the Eagle (aka B…

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A poster for the 1982 Czech horror film “Ferat Vampire”.

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A poster for the 1982 Czech horror film “Ferat Vampire”.

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Lucifer Rising (1972)

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Lucifer Rising (1972)

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Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)

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Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)

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