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Double Feature | Year 4 (2012)
An 80s horror show! Is the Double Feature studio haunted? A definitive answer. The longstanding released version of My Bloody Valentine vs the legendary uncut version. Non-franchise 80s slasher films. Valentine’s day as an exploitable holiday for horror films. Slow tracking shots. Harry Warden. The infrequently used “mining town” setting. Pre-genre slasher. Music and canadians. Eyeline matching. The shame once associated with creating a slasher film. Eric steals an accidentally post apocalyptic scene from Poltergeist. The Steven Spielberg vs Toby Hooper debate. Toby Hooper’s style. Conspiracy. Strobe light television and eye shine. Diane and Steve, world’s most undetected adolescent parents. A vertigo shot. The oldest rolling reverse delay? Ghost hunters are kind of terrible human beings. How ghost hunters con people. Zelda Rubinstein! The curse of Poltergeist.
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My Bloody Valentine
Released: February 11, 1981
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Director: George Mihalka
Writer: Stephen A. Miller, John Beaird
Starring: Paul Kelman, Lori Hallier, Neil Affleck, Keith Knight
A decades old folk tale surrounding a deranged murderer killing those who celebrate Valentine's Day, turns out to be true to legend when a group defies the killer's order and people start turning up dead.
Released: June 4, 1982
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Director: Tobe Hooper
Writer: Steven Spielberg, Michael Grais, Mark Victor
Starring: JoBeth Williams, Heather O'Rourke, Craig T. Nelson, Beatrice Straight
A family's home is haunted by a host of ghosts.