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SHOUT! invades San Diego Comic Con

SHOUT! goes to Comic Con!

SHOUT! goes to Comic Con!

If you like delightfully obscure and very underappreciated genre fare, you already know that Scream Factory, a branch purveyor of Shout! Factory, specializes in classic cult releases on Blu-ray and DVD with elegant art covers, to boot. Well, fans, Shout! Factory is coming to San Diego Comic-Con International 2013.

Their ten-year anniversary, the event will offer five special film screenings, exclusive prizes, star appearances, fan interactive activities, and a special panel event, moderated by Sean Clark, with SCREAM FACTORY IN THE BLOODY FLESH! Fan-favorite icons will include ’80s sex symbol and scream queen Adrienne Barbeau (The Fog, Swamp Thing), DC Comics’ “Swamp Thing” writer and editor Len Wein, and superhero-themed ska-rock band The Aquabats.

The line-up of the five film screenings includes Luc Besson’s The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec, Matthias Hoene’s zombie-apocalypse-comedy Cockneys vs. Zombies, the quintessential cult fave Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie, L.Q. Jones’ sci-fier A Boy and His Dog, and the pre-Chris Evans superhero feature Captain America with Matt Salinger. And if you just like giveaways, your offers include My Little Pony Equestria Girls, Power Rangers Seasons 4-7, Beetlejuice: The Complete Series, Marvel Knights Animation: Wolverine Origins, Mystery Science Theater 3000 XXVII,Scream Factory Presents The Fog: Collector’s Edition, Swamp Thing: Collector’s Edition, and The Incredible Melting Man. No doubt, with all these goodies, this year’s Comic-Con will leave movie geeks satiated.

For more updates on activities and news, follow on Twitter @ShoutFactory (#SDCC13) and the studio’s Facebook page.

– By Jeremy Kibler

Jeremy Kibler is a freelance writer who never stops watching movies and writing about them. An alumnus of Pennsylvania State University, he has been a fan of the horror genre since he was a kid, renting every Friday the 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street from the video store. For more of Jeremy’s reviews, go to https://kibsreviews.blogspot.com/ or follow him on Twitter @jeremykibler25.

About Jeremy Kibler

Jeremy Kibler is an Online Film Critics Society member and freelance writer who never stops watching movies and writing about them. An alumnus of Pennsylvania State University, he has been a fan of the horror genre since he was a kid, renting every Friday the 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street from the video store. For more of Jeremy’s reviews, go to https://kibsreviews.blogspot.com/ or follow him on Twitter @jeremykibler25.

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