Great Deals Abound in Shout! Factory’s Summer of Fear Sale
Now is the time to stock up on some classic horror titles you’ve been holding out on.
By Jay Gervais
The fine folks over at Shout! Factory, through their Scream Factory brand, are celebrating summer with another sale event on many great horror titles that will make you open up your wallets and show them the money. If you’ve been waiting to pick up some of the retailer's releases, there is no time like the present to add them to your shopping cart right now. Have a look below for the sale's official description.
Summer is here and while the temperatures are rising, Scream Factory prices are dropping! This is the time for you to add old favorites and hidden gems to your collection, at a new low price. There are some real classics here like The Amityville Trilogy, The Howling, Escape From New York, Pumpkinhead, The Fog, and more! With films on sale from Carpenter, Craven, Romero, and other devilish directors, you won't want to miss out! So go ahead and jump in to this year’s Summer of Fear sale, but fair warning: the discounts are deep.
In addition to the titles mentioned in the press release, you can also snag some great gems like Army of Darkness, Child’s Play, 2004’s Dawn of the Dead, Misery, all three Sleepaway Camp films, and Tales From the Hood, just to name a few.
So, what are you waiting for? This sale event ends next week on Friday, July 19th, so head on over to Shout! Factory’s dedicated page and get your orders in before the waves overtake you.
We’d love to hear what titles you plan on adding to your collection in the comments below or on any of our social media accounts. Stay tuned to Dead Entertainment for all the latest releases coming from Shout! Factory and so much more!
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