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Evilspeak and Final Exam to Receive the Scream Factory Treatment

Chris Savage 3 Comments

Are you guys ready for another Scream Factory announcement? I know I am. So let’s get to it. The folks over at Scream Factory have just announced that they will be unleashing Evilspeak and Final Exam onto Blu-ray next year.

As per their Facebook page;

Fans of early 80s school-themed horror films are in luck with this news. 1981′s college campus slasher film FINAL EXAM and 1982′s satanic revenge epic EVILSPEAK (starring Clint Howard) will both be making their debuts on Blu-ray both for the first time this Summer!

These titles have been with Code Red – another long-time cult film home entertainment company – for some time and we are pleased that we were able to make a deal with them for these two guilty pleasures.

Expect the same extras that were on the prior Code Red DVD releases to be imported over. More details on street date and if any more extras are planned will be revealed in the new year.

Just a heads up. Evilspeak WILL be the uncut version.

So, will you guys be adding these to your growing horror collections?

Evilspeak and Final Exam to Receive the Scream Factory Treatment

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      1. Maxwell Dean December 13, 2013 at 8:59 pm

        Evil Speak is a pretty good film. Been waiting for it to come out on Blu-Ray for a while – good news.

        • John W December 15, 2013 at 10:40 pm

          Agree.

      2. Lucas December 15, 2013 at 3:33 am

        I live in Australia and import a lot of 80′s slasher movies that have never been released over here. Really wish scream factory would release their movies in an all region format like Code Red, Blue Underground and Scorpion Releasing do. these blu-rays can’t be viewed in other countries unless you have an all region blu-ray player which by the way are really expensive to buy :(