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Scream Park Official Trailer

The first official trailer for Scream Park! Featuring Kevin 'Ogre' Ogilvie (Nivek Ogre of Skinny Puppy and ohGr) and horror icon Doug Bradley! Read more

Razorblade Dolls Join Scream Park!

We're excited to announce that The Razorblade Dolls of Dallas, Texas will be contributing their music to the Scream Park soundtrack! Their music lends just the right touch of aggressiveness and horror to the film and we're stoked to have them aboard. Read more

The Scream Park Store is Open for Business!

NOW ON SALE!! Signed original mini-movie posters and new posters! Read more


Scream Park Pittsburgh Encore!

Our premiere went so well and the demand has been high to bring SCREAM PARK back to Pittsburgh for a second showing! On April 14th, we'll be screening the film at The Oaks theater in Oakmont, PA.  It's a great theater that supports local and independent film, as well as mainstream flicks.  Check out more about the theater here.  Tickets are currently on sale and are just $7 online preorder or $8 at the door.   You can preorder them here at Showclix.

We're also recording a special Director's Commentary that can be downloaded and listened to DURING the screening!  Download it on your iPod or iPhone and listen along in the theater (but please be courteous to those around you).  

We have no idea when or if the film will screen in Pittsburgh again, so if you missed it the first time (or just liked it so much), check out SCREAM PARK at The Oaks.




REVIEW: “Scream Park” Cuts in the Tradition of 80′s Slashers

Reviewer: Slasher

"...The deaths and effects are well done and my personal favorite is the deep fryer death. I do wish the the story had a bit more going on at the beginning, but the last half was better paced as the killers began to prey on the employees and chase after our final girl. If you like horror movies and theme parks then this is a film to check out..."


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REVIEW: Scared Stiff Reviews

Reviewer:  Scared Stiff Reviews

"..."Scream Park” is promoted as an 80s style horror movie. I saw that and said, “Sure, here we go again”. Just about every slasher-horror filmmaker says they are making a “throwback to the 70s” or “throwback to the 80s” film. I’ve seen dozens of indie films that say they are the one who will finally pull it off. It has become almost a standard pitch with people making horror films, and very few ever pull it off. Much to my surprise, and pleasantly so, the filmmakers of “Scream Park” have come as close to pulling off the elusive “throwback to the 80s” film I have seen yet! Yes, they did it, in my book. Sure, there are a few minor technical problems with the movie, and maybe a couple of novice actors, but this movie is as close to the movies from the eighties as I’ve seen yet..."

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REVIEW: (re)Search My Trash

Reviewer:  (re)Search My Trash

"...Scream Park is hardly high cinematic art, and it doesn't try to be. Instead it's a loving throw-back to 1980's slasher cinema - and as such, it can run with the best of them: This is no post-modernist reinterpretation of genre formulas, no in joke-filled homage or (worse) parody, no attempt to "update the formula" - no, it's a light-footed yet gore-soaked suspense piece..."

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