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Something to Scream About & Shock Cinema (1991-2004)

Cast: Brinke Stevens, Judith O'Dea, Debra A. Deliso, more...
Director: Jason Paul Collum
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Tempe DVD
Genre: Documentary, Biographies, Film
Languages: English
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This title is currently out of print.

Synopses
Shock Cinema (1991)
Actress Brinke Stevens hosts this compilation of interviews with 11 low-budget filmmakers, mostly in the horror genre. Among the directors profiled are Jeff Burr, Fred Olen Ray, Charles Band, Scott Spiegel, J.R. Bookwalter and David DeCoteau (who also happens to be this film's executive producer). ~ Brian Gusse, All Movie Guide

Something to Scream About/ Shock Cinema (Disc 1 of 2) (2003)
The documentary Something to Scream About features Brinke Stevens interviewing nine other women who have made their living being scream queens in low-budget horror movies. The women discuss their careers, the personal sacrifices they have made, and various hazards of the profession. The interview subjects include Debbie Rochon, Lilith Stabs, and Julie Strain. ~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide

Something to Scream About/ Shock Cinema (Disc 1 of 2) (2004)

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Shock Cinema (1991)
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An excellent way to spend a nap by JHernandez1 December 8, 2004 - 5:55 AM PST
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Dull, dry documentary about the otherwise fun subject of how modern b-movies get made. All we get are talking heads. No movie clips, no narration, and only a vague sense of progression from beginning to end. Fred Olen Ray comes off as an interesting guy, but if these other fellas have much to say that we haven't heard before, it's not evident here. The "scream queens" interview documentary, SOMETHING TO SCREAM ABOUT that Tempe Video released over a decade later is an improvement.

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