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Silver Scream (2003)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Horror, Musical | Video 20 March 2003
To keep itself from being torn down, a haunted theater pulls its owner and three teens into the classic horror films that have played on its screen for so many years.

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George DeMarco (as Justin Alvarez)
Andy Wentsel ...
Tobe Freeling
Kristen Hudson ...
Shelley Freeling
David R. Calhoun ...
Mr. Friedkin (as David Calhoun)
Jimmyo Burril ...
The Count
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Clamidia / Babysitter / Witch #1 / Dancer (as April Burril)
Nicolette le Faye ...
Clitorice / Lagoon Girl #1 / Babysitter
Lauren Stevenson ...
Chastity / Gore-Gore Girl
Jen Brill ...
Witch #2 / Lagoon Girl #2 / Dancer
Jennifer Hessler ...
Witch #3 / Popcorn Girl (as Jen Hessler)
Lanie Carlson ...
Gypsy Fortune Teller (as Lanie Carlson-Lim)
Tammy Crisp ...
Dancer
Katie Hutchinson ...
The Bride / Dancer
Walt DeBell ...
Slasher / Zombie
Belle Gaskin ...
Babysitter / Dancer
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Based on the stage musical, Silver Scream is a dark humored spoof of various horror films with musical production numbers. When a small town's movie theater, the Saeger Theater, is about to be closed down, the theater owner, Mr. Friedkin, holds a final gathering where him and three teenagers, George, his best friend Tobe, and Tobe's sister Shelley are magically sucked into the realm of the movie screen where the guys, George and Tobe, are recruited by the 'King of the Silver Scream' a Dracula-like vampire called The Count to save the theater and his realm from destruction in which the guys go in search for Shelley while evading the evil Mr. Friedkin as they pass from horror movie to horror movie to save Shelley and find a way to help the Count remain King of the Silver Scream, while he claims to make Shelley his latest bride. Written by Anonymous

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The Movie of the Musical about other Movies!

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Comedy | Horror | Musical

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Not Rated
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20 March 2003 (USA)  »

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$10,000 (estimated)
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Besides the different characters she portrays in the film, April Monique Burril can be glimpsed briefly as her character Chainsaw Sally in the theater audience. See more »

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References Carrie (1976) See more »

Soundtracks

Even a Man
Music and Lyrics by James M. Taylor
Sung by James M. Taylor
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