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Contest: Win The Garbage Pail Kids Movie Collector’s Edition on Blu-ray

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"Out of the garbage pail and into your heart!" The little troublemakers from outer space get the Blu-ray treatment from Scream Factory on Tuesday, and ahead of The Garbage Pail Kids Movie Collector's Edition high-definition release, we've been provided with three Blu-ray copies to give away to Daily Dead readers.

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Prize Details: (3) Winners will receive (1) Blu-ray copy of The Garbage Pail Kids Movie Collector's Edition.

How to Enter: For a chance to win, email contest@dailydead.com with the subject “Garbage Pail Kids Contest”. Be sure to include your name and mailing address.

Entry Details: The contest will end at 12:01am Est on December 11th. This contest is only open to those who are eighteen years of age or older that live in the United States. Only one entry per household will be accepted.

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The Garbage Pail Kids Movie Collector's Edition Blu-ray: "Based on the wildly popular trading cards,
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Blu-ray Clips: The Garbage Pail Kids Movie and Women’S Prison Massacre

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A trashcan from space that's brimming with troublemakers and a life-or-death jailbreak are both coming to Blu-ray next Tuesday from Scream Factory. Ahead of the December 8th Blu-ray releases of The Garbage Pail Kids Movie Collector's Edition and Women’s Prison Massacre, we have high-definition clips from each film.

The Garbage Pail Kids Movie Collector's Edition Blu-ray: "Based on the wildly popular trading cards, The Garbage Pail Kids® Movie stars singer/songwriter Anthony Newley (Doctor Dolittle), Mackenzie Astin (Iron Will, Wyatt Earp), Katie Barberi (The Bronx Zoo). This grossly entertaining cult classic features great makeup effects by John Carl Buechler (Troll, Dolls, Ghoulies).

The Garbage Pail Kids® Movie Collector’s Edition

Special Features:

New The Effects of the Garbage Pail Kids Movie – interviews with special makeup effects creator John Carl Buechler and makeup effects artist Gino Crognale New On the Set – an interview with first assistant director Thomas A. Irvine
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The Garbage Pail Kids Movie Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Release Details & Cover Art

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Collectors of the Garbage Pail Kids trading cards are in for a treat this winter when Scream Factory releases their Collector's Edition Blu-ray of Rod Amateau's The Garbage Pail Kids Movie. Ahead of the film's December 8th home media release, we have a look at the cover art and its full list of special features:

Press Release: This holiday season, your favorite grime bandits – Windy Winston, Messy Tessie, Foul Phil, Valerie Vomit and rest of the raucous crew come to life with outrageous personalities and irreverent humor when The Garbage Pail Kids® Movie Collector’s Edition arrives on home entertainment shelves on December 8, 2015 from Scream Factory™. Based on the wildly popular trading cards, The Garbage Pail Kids® Movie stars singer/songwriter Anthony Newley (Doctor Dolittle), Mackenzie Astin (Iron Will, Wyatt Earp), Katie Barberi (The Bronx Zoo). This grossly entertaining cult classic features great makeup effects by John Carl Buechler (Troll,
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Scream Factory Reveals The Garbage Pail Kids Movie Cover Art, Announces Zombie High Blu-ray & More

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Scream Factory continues to pack the home media release calendar, as they recently announced four more upcoming Blu-ray titles, including Zombie High and The Brain That Wouldn't Die. The diligent distributor has also stirred up some ’80s nostalgia with their new cover art for The Garbage Pail Kids Movie Collector's Edition Blu-ray.

Initially announced at San Diego Comic-Con, The Garbage Pail Kids Movie Collector's Edition Blu-ray is slated for a December 8th release. Special features are expected to be unveiled before Halloween, and we'll be sure to share the news with our readers as soon as it hits. In the meantime, we have official details and a look at the cover art, below:

From Scream Factory: "Your favorite grime bandits come to life with all the farts, snot and vomit you can take in this hilarious film full of gross-out humor. Based on the wildly popular and irreverent trading cards,
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The growing tidal wave of South Korean cinema

South Korea is a powerhouse of creative cinema, and as Sean explains, their films frequently display an emotional core as well as action…

While American cinema is currently filled with comic book films, remakes and sequels, things are not the same elsewhere around the world. As worldwide cinema is becoming less dominated by a constant saturation of American movies, I've noticed one country in particular making its mark in the world of film.

South Korea has seen a rise in its cinema over the past decade, producing movies that are both experimental and entertaining at the same time. It's not just pure movie fans that are recognising it, but Hollywood as well, as it's been trying to produce remakes for some of the most well known of the current generation of South Korean films.

South Korea, in case you didn't know, is the country that's on the southern portion of the Korean Peninsula.
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[DVD Review] Morning Light

The process of determining which sports will translate into great films has no real rhyme or reason. If you thought that only fast-paced sports like soccer or football could be made into sports (Goal!, Any Given Sunday), then you’d have a hard time explaining all the successful films based on baseball or golf (Field of Dreams, Caddyshack). What sports films of the past have taught us is that even films about running (Chariots of Fire) can be superb with the proper balance of plot, character and wit. Well, Disney certainly loves the promise that holds and has started cranking out sports movies as fast as possible. Up until this point however, most of them (Iron Will, The Greatest Game Ever Played, Remember the Titans) have been narrative based. For Morning Light Disney went ahead and made a Reality TV formatted film about sailing and, well, the results are mixed.
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Rear Window Writer Dies

Sad news to relate this morning as John Michael Hayes, the writer who worked on classic films such as Rear Window and Peyton Place, has died aged 89. The screenwriter, who also worked with Alfred Hitchcock on To Catch A Thief and The Trouble With Harry, continued writing up until 1994, with Iron Will. Born in Massachusetts, Hayes started his writing career on newspapers and radio and cracked Hollywood with a job on Lucille Ball’s radio show M Favourite Husband Universal The radio work led to a contract with Universal in the... .

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