February Releases From Scream! Factory: Prison, Terrorvision, The Video Dead

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February Releases From Scream! Factory: Prison, Terrorvision, The Video Dead
Scream! Factory has announced a couple of collector's editions DVDs for die-hard horror fans this February.

First up is Prison, about a man executed for a crime he didn't commit whose ghost returns to to haunt the prison and seek revenge on an especially brutal guard. Extras include an audio commentary track with director Renny Harlin, an all-new "Making Of" featurette, and a Pdf of the first draft script.

Then we have a double feature of Terrorvision and The Video DeadTerrorvision is about a man whose satellite dish picks up a "signal" from a distant world, causing monsters to indescriminately pop up on his TV. In the same vein, The Video Dead is about an old, haunted TV set that only plays one old zombie movie - and seems to be bringing said zombies into real life. Terrorvision includes an all-new "Making Of" featurette and commentary tracks with writer/director Ted Nicolaou,
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Colorado Shooting Victims Remembered

Colorado Shooting Victims Remembered
Aurora, Colo. -- A U.S. Navy veteran who served three tours of duty in the Middle East. A 6-year-old girl excited about her swimming classes. A Target employee who shielded his girlfriend and her brother with his own body. They and nine others were killed in the shooting rampage during a midnight showing of "The Dark Knight Rises" in a Denver suburb. Here are their stories:


Jonathan Blunk had high hopes for the future, with plans to re-enlist in the Navy and the goal of becoming a Navy Seal.

The 26-year-old served three tours in the Persian Gulf and North Arabian Sea between 2004 and 2009, said close friend James Gill of Brighton, Colo.

"It was guts or glory for him," Gill told The Associated Press. "It always surprised me that he didn't serve in a situation more on the front line. He wanted to be a first responder on the front line.
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Authorities Identify The 12 Victims Killed In Theater Shooting

Aurora, Colo. -- Ashley Moser drifted in and out of consciousness in the ICU, a bullet lodged in her throat and a gunshot wound to her abdomen. In her waking moments, she called for her 6-year-old daughter Veronica.

Nobody had the heart to tell the 25-year-old mother that Veronica was already dead, the youngest victim killed at a Colorado movie theater in one of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history.

"All she's asking about, of course, is her daughter," said Annie Dalton, who is Ashley Moser's aunt.

Dalton said Veronica was "a vibrant 6-year-old. She was excited, she'd just learned how to swim. She was a great little girl, excited about life – she should be at 6 years old."

The little girl was among those who died when a gunman barged into a crowded theater in a Denver suburb, set off gas canisters and opened fire, killing 12 people and wounding 58 others.
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Police: Suspect Planned Colorado Shooting For Months

Police: Suspect Planned Colorado Shooting For Months
By Mead Gruver and Thomas Peipert, Associated Press

Aurora, Colo. (AP) — The shooting suspect who went on a deadly rampage inside a Colorado theater planned the attack with "calculation and deliberation," police said Saturday, receiving deliveries for months which authorities believe armed him for battle and were used to rig his apartment with dozens of bombs.

Authorities on Saturday removed dangerous explosive materials from inside James Holmes' suburban Denver apartment a day after police said he opened fire and set off gas canisters in a suburban theater minutes into the premiere of the Batman film "The Dark Knight Rises." The attack left 12 people dead and 58 injured.

His apartment was rigged with jars of liquids, explosives and chemicals that were booby trapped to kill "whoever entered it," Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates said, noting it would have likely been one of his officers.

All hazards have been removed from the Holmes'
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Names Of Victims Emerge In Batman Shooting

Aurora, Colo. — A sports blogger who recently wrote about surviving a shooting in Canada. A man preparing to celebrate his first wedding anniversary. A young woman whose death announcement brought heartbreak, yet closure, to her family.

They were among the 12 people killed when a gunman barged into a crowded Colorado theater, set off gas canisters and opened fire as spectators dove for cover. Dozens of others were injured, including 11 in critical condition.

For Alex Sullivan, it was to be a weekend of fun: He planned to ring in his 27th birthday with friends at a special midnight showing of "The Dark Knight Rises" and then celebrate his first wedding anniversary on Sunday.

Late Friday, Sullivan's family confirmed that police told them he was among those killed.

"He was a very, very good young man," said Sullivan's uncle, Joe Loewenguth. "He always had a smile, always made you laugh. He had
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