1988's Scrooged may be more comedy than horror, but since we're all big fans of its source material here at Dread Central, we wanted to let you know about a special 25th Anniversary print that's available Today!
From the Press Release:
Prepare to get Scrooged!
As their final fan art print of 2013, Strange Kids Club celebrates yet another cinematic milestone... the 25th Anniversary of Scrooged, originally released on November 23, 1988. Featuring brand new artwork by digital painter Vlad Rodriguez, each digital print measures 18"x24" and comes with a commemorative top hat with holly - similar to the one worn by Frank Cross (Bill Murray) in the film (limited to 50 copies)! They cost $35.
"We can hardly describe our excitement that this particular film is the focus of our final print this year," says Rondal Scott III, founder of Strange Kids Club. "As a darkly satiric Christmas classic, Scrooged represents one of the »
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