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Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Watch SCARY MOVIE (1991) Full Film, Screencaps, Trailers, Posters and VHS/Blu-ray Covers

Blu-ray Description:

From the American Genre Film Archive (AGFA), a non-profit dedicated to preserving the legacy of genre films through collection, conservation, and distribution. A new 2K preservation of the unreleased Halloween horror-blast released on Blu-ray/DVD October 15, 2019 at AGFA's website.

Never legitimately distributed until this very moment, SCARY MOVIE is a joyous horror triumph starring Academy Award© nominee John Hawkes. On Halloween night, big-time nerd Warren (Hawkes, channeling a mix of Buster Keaton and Crispin Glover) attends a spookhouse in a small Texas town. But is the haunted house as harmless as it seems, or has a psychotic mental patient found a new stomping ground?

Shot in Austin, Texas, SCARY MOVIE combines Argento-esque neon, Freddy Krueger dreamscapes, and slapstick inspired by EVIL DEAD 2 to forge a valentine to Halloween, rubber monster masks, and chopped-off limbs. From the songs by Roky Erickson and Butthole Surfers to the surrealistic mood, this is a true discovery for adventurous horror-heads.

I watched the film years ago when a bootleg version was uploaded to Youtube and I wrote about it at Rare Halloween Videos. Check out the Blu-ray cover art above and the synopsis, original and new trailers, original posters, stills, Blu-ray review, and/or watch the full film for free with ads at the TubiTV link below.

IMDb SYNOPSIS: A paranoid young man gradually comes to believe that an escaped lunatic may be hiding in the neighborhood Halloween house of horrors.

Original 1991 Trailer:

AGFA 2019 Trailer:


Blu Review - Scary Movie (AGFA) | Horror Society

Reviews Director - Daniel Erickson (Mr. Pumpkin, Eve's Necklace) Starring - John Hawkes (Eastbound and Down, The X-Files), Suzanne Aldrich, and Ev Lunning (Texas Justice, Redboy 13) Release Date - 1991 Rating - 3.5/5 Blu Release - 4/5 Tagline - "Fear is a state of mind" Over the years I've found several movie labels that I can't live without.

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AGFA Blu-ray front cover:

USA AGFA Blu-ray full covers front and reverse:

UK 101 Films Blu-ray full covers front and reverse + disc scan from cultsploitation.com:

Original Posters:

VHS cover from vhscollector.com:

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  1. I forgot to ask this last month but what'd you think about this year's Halloween playlist?

    1. I listened up too song #9 last month, I just finished listening to the rest now. I love the first half of punk songs. My three favorite songs, Season Of The Witch by The Kobanes, Devil's Day by The Casket Creatures, and Pumpkineater by Coffin Spell. My favorites from the metal half, Black No. 1 by Type O Negative and Halloween Shindig's version of Devil's Son by D.C. Lacroix and Helloween's song Halloween with Conal Cochran's speech.

  2. Glad you liked it. While i'm at it i'll give you the heads up that I remade my first Halloween playlist and my first Christmas one. The Christmas one I didn't change that much (I just shifted some songs around and added a few more) but I replaced half the songs in my first Halloween one.

    I just thought i'd mention this in case you decided to listen to them again and wondered why they were different from the time you listened to them last year.