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Blu-ray Review - Hide and Go Shriek


Slasher cinema arrives at one of its stranger settings in 1988's "Hide and Go Shriek," which details a murderous rampage inside a furniture showroom. The production wins points for originality, and commercial spaces are rarely utilized for the distribution of nightmare imagery, watching director Skip Schoolnik labor to transform a static location into a proper house of horror. The effort is noticeable, and "Hide and Go Shriek" manages to hit a few high points of suspense without completely falling apart, but sweat stains remain, often catching Schoolnik struggling to keep the picture on the move.  Read the rest at


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