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Crimson Carnage: The Making of 'Truth or Dare: A Critical Madness' (2009)

Not Rated | | Documentary | Video 1 January 2009
The making of an independent slasher film in the mid-80's when it was all-new and the markets were just burgeoning.

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Terence Andreucci ...
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Jere Beery ...
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Raymond Carbone ...
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Mary Fanaro ...
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Tim Ritter is just a teenaged horror fanatic in 1985 and seizes the unusual opportunity right out of high school to write and direct a $250,000.00 feature film. That movie is TRUTH OR DARE- A CRITICAL MADNESS, which goes on to worldwide cult success over the years and is among the first of the made-for-video slasher movies, helping to pioneer a niche market and business plan that is still being used today. This documentary chronicles the trials, tribulations, ups, and downs that it took to make TRUTH OR DARE back in 1986, including on-the-set documentation of the gore effects and pyrotechnic stunts. Written by Steve McNaughton

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Go behind the scenes on one of the first direct to video slasher movies ever made!

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1 January 2009 (USA)  »

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$200,000 (estimated)
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TRUTH OR DARE inspired two video sequels, WICKED GAMES (1994) and SCREAMING FOR SANITY (1997). There was also an "unofficial" sequel released by an unscrupulous distributor called WRITER'S BLOCK- TRUTH OR DARE 2. It featured unauthorized clips from WICKED GAMES. See more »

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Features Truth or Dare?: A Critical Madness (1986) See more »

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