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Scream Factory’s THE CURSE & CURSE II Double Feature Blu-ray Hits February 23rd!

Curse-Curse IIOn February 23rd, get ready for a double dose of ‘80s horror with the release of The Curseand   Curse II from Scream Factory! Available on Blu-ray for  the first time, fans can pre-order their copies of this double feature by visiting ShoutFactory.com.

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A double dose of ‘80s horror!

The Curse / Curse II

Available February 23rd, 2016 from Scream Factory

Curse-Curse II MEDTHE CURSE

Life on the family dairy farm is difficult for young Zach Hayes (Wil Wheaton,Stand by Me): hard work, long hours and the normal family squabbles. But after an ice-blue meteor plunges through the midnight sky and lands on their property, it gets worse. Zach and the local doctor discover that something inside the meteor is infecting the local water on their farm. Fruits, which look perfect on the outside, are teeming with worms… and Zach’s family is beginning to change… hideously! This shocker is directed by actor David Keith (Firestarter,White of the Eye) and co-stars Claude Akins (Tentacles), Malcolm Danare (Christine), Cooper Huckabee (The Funhouse) and John Schneider (Smallville). The original theatrical trailer is included as a bonus feature.

CURSE II: THE BITE 

Two young lovers, Clark (J. Eddie Peck, Kyle XY) and Lisa (Jill Schoelen, The Stepfather), traveling through the desert unwittingly pass through an abandoned nuclear test site which has become a breeding ground for deadly mutant killer snakes. When Clark is bitten, he undergoes a grotesque transformation into a hideous snake monster! This chiller filled with slithering horror also stars Jamie Farr (M*A*S*H), Shiri Appleby (Roswell) and Bo Svenson (Walking Tall Part II).

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