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REVIEW: Independent Flicks

Reviewer:  Independent Flicks

"...The camerawork and editing is good and there are some really cool and inventive imagery on display here (really would like to mention specific scenes but can´t due to spoilers). The park is a nice location, it has been used earlier so for slasher fans it is a familiar setting. The soundtrack is nice. The pacing is good with a slow build up where all the characters are introduced, if you´re familiar with the slasher genre you´ll recognize them from many other flicks. It´s quite evident that the makers are fond of the 1980s slashers and their love is showing on screen..."

Review features poster artwork by art director Rhonda Libbey and Rough Ride Creations.

 

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Media: Halloween Night Screening for Local Slasher Film "Scream Park"

Halloween night screening for local slasher film

By Konstantine Fekos Meadville Tribune

"The Blue Streak could get blood-streaked as a murderous plot to boost ticket sales unfolds in Fright Land Amusement Park, or as local residents know it, Conneaut Lake Park.

The difference is, this scene will debut in the world premiere of the locally shot, indie slasher film “Scream Park,” saving the park’s Board of Trustees the trouble of hiring killers to dispatch park employees in a grisly publicity stunt, as occurs in the film.

We assume the park directors wouldn’t resort to hack and slash anyhow, given Board President Jack Moyers’ observation of the crew as “very professional and accommodating.”

Nevertheless, what better time and place to probe such a notoriously interesting concept, asks Juanita Hampton, Crawford County Convention & Visitors Bureau executive director.

“Anything that brings notoriety to our area is fabulous,” she said. “People like to go where movies are filmed and screenings could reach out to Erie and Pittsburgh. It’s a wonderful venture for the park.”...

 

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Scream Park Production Update: DVD Pre-Orders, Donations & More

Hey Fans!

I'm sure everyone wants to know WHEN CAN I SEE THIS THING? We've been working hard for a year and half to bring this project to light. Looking back, it's hard to believe it's been that long! Now I'm happy to announce to all of our faithful followers that the film will be completed in SIX WEEKS.

The rough cut is almost done and we've got some quick shoots left but we're almost there. We're currently in the process of booking some theatrical showings as well as getting this out on DVD ASAP. And keep your eyes peeled for a new trailer coming soon!

We're also making some updates to our website this week:

  • Our shopping cart will be up soon, and you'll be able to pre-order the DVD of the film.
  • Fans have expressed interest in donating funds and continuing to support the film financially above and beyond the Kickstarter and IndieGoGo campaigns. We'll be adding a link to do so.
  • Updated graphics throughout site.

Thank you to everyone who has been supporting us and spreading the word about our film. We couldn't do this without you!

Cary Hill, Director

Explore updated production and cast pics (Nivek Ogre, Doug Bradley, cast and crew), videos, posters, graphics here:

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