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Something to Scream About -- Scream Queen Brinke Stevens (WITCHOUSE 3: DEMON FIRE) is your host for this engaging look at the careers of nine actresses, from their first break to their journey inside an industry where they are often viewed as little more than window dressing - or worse yet, with no dressing at all!


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16 March 2004 (USA) See more »
Actresses best known for the power of their lungs in horror classics and cult favorites discuss what it's like to work within the B-movie industry and have a career based in horror. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Brinke Stevens ... Herself / Hostess

Julie Strain ... Herself

Debra De Liso ... Herself (as Debra DeLiso)
Denice Duff ... Herself

Judith O'Dea ... Herself

Debbie Rochon ... Herself
Brandi Burkett ... Herself

Felissa Rose ... Herself

Lilith Stabs ... Herself
Ariauna Albright ... Herself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Marilyn Burns ... Herself

Jason Paul Collum ... Himself

George A. Romero ... Himself (archive footage)

John A. Russo ... Himself (archive footage)
Lizzy Strain ... Herself
Russell Streiner ... Himself (archive footage)

Directed by
Jason Paul Collum 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jason Paul Collum 

Produced by
J.R. Bookwalter .... executive producer
Jason Paul Collum .... producer
Brinke Stevens .... producer
Original Music by
Jon Greathouse 
Cinematography by
Danny Draven 
Film Editing by
J.R. Bookwalter 
Makeup Department
Crystal Blair .... makeup artist
Danielle Lyn Saunders .... makeup artist
Josephine Wong .... key makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sean O'Bannon .... assistant director
Art Department
John Treacy .... graphic designer
Sound Department
Yolanda Squatpump .... re-recording mixer (as Yolonda Squatpump)
Visual Effects by
Jeff Sisson .... grip/electric
Camera and Electrical Department
Kelley Sweet .... still photographer
Editorial Department
J.R. Bookwalter .... on-line editor (as Lance Randas)
Location Management
P.J. Lown .... location supervisor
Other crew
Jeff Sisson .... production assistant (as Jeffrey Sisson)
Johnny Smith .... production assistant
Kathleen Campeau .... thanks
Lawrence Campeau .... thanks
Vinnie Campeau .... thanks
Lisa Coduto .... thanks
Kevin Eastman .... thanks
Jill Ensley .... thanks
Michael Gingold .... thanks
Jeff Dylan Graham .... thanks
Sam Irvin .... thanks
Cassandra Peterson .... thanks
Mark Pierson .... thanks
Pamela Susan Shoop .... thanks (as Pamela Susan Shoop-Sweeney)
Dennis Smart .... thanks
Julie Strain .... thanks
Lizzy Strain .... thanks
Anthony Timpone .... thanks
Lisa Wilcox .... thanks

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USA:65 min

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14 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
A documentary, not a fluff piece., 16 June 2004
Author: Allen Richrards from

Jason Paul Collum got it right with this one, a documentary probing the scream queen phenomenon that tackles real topics instead of going the easy route with hot tubs and lingering cheesecake shots.

Collum reveals all the actresses interviewed to be intelligent and sensible, something that goes against the popular ideology of the scream queen since the 1980's. Fans should be pleased to see that the public will learn that there's more to their favorite actresses then just good looks - brains too.

Topics range from public perception of their respective personas to enjoyment of the genre that made them famous. Some of the ladies look back on their time with fondness while others seem to have some disdain for where the industry is headed.

Well worth tracking down.

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