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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 Adds Bands to Soundtrack

We're pleased to announce to addition of two more bands to the film's soundtrack.  The first is local Pittsburgh metal/thrash band Invader.  Their songs "Plow City USA" and "500.600" are used for diagetic music.  More info can be found about the band here.  Big thank you to Innervenus Music for helping us out with this.  

The other band is the newly-formed New York City group Mount Sharp.  An indie rock band who's song "Cold Hands" opens the film with it's punchy, upbeat melody.  The song plays over establishing shots of the park while still open.  The sound contrasts what eventually (and inevitably) becomes a darker, moodier film.  

These bands join the Razorblade Dolls on the film's soundtrack.  The Razorblade Dolls feature two songs, "Fucking Beautiful" and "The Wrists."  


Scream Park Project Update #5: Merch and Screenings

Hello fans!

Thank you all for bearing with us while we wrap up Scream Park!  The footage has been color corrected and I'll be sending it over to the sound guy for a final mix/sync.  The goal is to have the final cut sent off to DVD duplication in the next 7-10 days.  From there, it's just waiting to get the disks back from the company (I'm looking into the availability of having a rush job done to get the disk out for Christmas).  When it goes off to be duplicated, we're going to make the digital copy available to all of our Kickstarter friends for immediate viewing.  

The T shirts are also on order.  The good people from our local Pittsburgh company Clockwise Tees have provided a final proof of the shirt and are silkscreening them as I write this.  I've included the submitted artwork in this update.  So we should have shirts soon.

The Ogre signed stuff is collected and ready.  The signed posters are good to go.  So it's just a wait for the DVDs to get back to me and out goes the swag!

We're also beginning to book venues for the film.  Our hometown premiere is on January 6th at the Hollywood Theater in Pittsburgh.  It's a great, retro theater that's perfect for an 80s styled film! We're currently also exploring options like and film festivals to reach the widest possible audience.  Our world premiere on Halloween went overwhelmingly well and we want to make Scream Park as available as possible. 

Thank you all again!

Cary Hill, Producer


Scream Park Hometown Premiere: Pittsburgh Jan 6th, 2013 | Indie Horror Movie starring Nivek Ogre

I'm pleased to announce we'll be holding our home town premiere in Pittsburgh just after New Years.  The film was based out of Pittsburgh, and so many Pittsburgh-based resources have helped support Scream Park that it's exciting to finally screen it for the city.  I couldn't be more pleased that we're also able to screen it at the Hollywood Theater in Dormont, which is just an awesome retro-style theater that's been recently renovated.  It's a great venue and I can't wait to see the film up on the marquee.  

Tickets are officially now on sale for the Jan 6th screening.  They're available through ShowClix here.  

You can find the Hollywood Theater here:

1449 Potomac Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15216

Doors open at 7:30pm and the event begins at 8pm.  Hope to see you there! 


Cary Hill, Producer





Scream Park Premiere: Meadville PA Oct 31, 2012

A very special thanks to all those who came out and supported us on our big night!  Scream Park premiered on Halloween night at the Movies in Meadville, just a few miles down the road from Conneaut Lake Park where most of the movie was filmed.  We had a great turn out of around 200 people -- including cast, crew, and members of the Conneaut Lake Park Board of Trustees.   The film was complimented with an all-out applause  when the credits finished. 

It was an awesome experience to finally screen the film (even at 95% completed), and was great to do so in front of the park management and Ghost Lake employees all of whom happily contributed to Scream Park.  When it was over, I happily answered questions about the making of the film, logistics, and introduced the attending cast and crew.  I'm very grateful to all those who turned out -- especially in cold, lousy weather -- to make our premiere memorable and enjoy the screening. 

Moving forward, we're spending the remainder of November to complete the film.  We're still cleaning up the footage, leveling out colors, and completing the small remainder of compositing.  As the director, I'm the biggest stickler of all for detail and want the film to be sparking for our DVD release and future screenings.  For all who contributed or pre-ordered the DVD, I want to make sure they get the best product possible. 

Lastly, more venues are interested in screening the film in the coming months.  As we book them, I'd like to put up a schedule on the website for anyone interested in attending a theatrical showing. 

Cary Hill, Producer and Director