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If you missed it here is your chance to watch and own this
amazing Biography Special ... Scream: the Inside
Excited for A&E's BIO Channel's production of "Scream: The
Inside Story" from director Dan Farrands (
Never Sleep Again)? You should be as it's guaranteed to be
the finest look back at the first film we're ever likely to see.
That being said ... How about a taste of the goodies to come?

"Scream: The Inside Story" airs on Wednesday, April 6th, with
repeats later that night and during the early morning hours on
Thursday, April 7th. Check your local listings for the exact

In 1996 director Wes Craven unleashed Scream, a slasher flick
that shattered box-office records for horror films and turned
Craven and some hot young actors (Neve Campbell, Skeet Ulrich, and
Rose McGowan) into overnight stars. In this two-hour special, we go
inside the Scream story with all-new, exclusive interviews with
cast and crew. Viewers will learn that Craven originally didn't
want to direct the film, the production had to survive delays and
objections to its violent content, and industry analysts predicted
it would be bomb at the box office. But Scream

Wikipedia: on Scream
is a 1996 American

horror film
directed by

Wes Craven
from a screenplay by

Kevin Williamson
. It was released by

Dimension Films
. Filmed mostly in

Santa Rosa, California
, the film tells the story of the

fictional town
Woodsboro, California being terrorized by a masked killer who
enjoys tormenting his victims with phone calls and movie
references. The killer's main target is Sidney Prescott (

Neve Campbell
), a teenage girl whose mother, Maureen, fell victim to a
brutal murder one year earlier. The film takes the form of a "

" mystery, with many of her friends and townspeople being
fellow targets and suspects.
Released in the

United States
on December 20, 1996
Scream was a box office success, grossing $173,046,663
internationally and received very positive reviews from critics as
the review aggregation website

Rotten Tomatoes
awarded the film an 81% 'fresh' rating, based on 53

Scream revitalized the

slasher film
genre in the late 1990s, similar to the impact

(1978) had on late

1970s film
, by using a standard concept with a

approach that combined straightforward scares with dialogue
that satirized slasher film conventions. Following the film's
success, two sequels were released in


respectively, and

another sequel
is scheduled for release April 15, 2011.

Great quality on dvdr 90 mins long with all
commercials removed
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