The cult shot-on-video label Visual Vengeance has unveiled their latest excavated obscurity – the 2002 slasher Scream Queen starring B-movie scream queen Linnea Quigley. Never before released widely, this resurrected rarity hits Blu-ray on November 28th.
In the film, Quigley plays an actress who dies under mysterious circumstances on the set of a microbudget horror flick. Soon, a masked killer starts picking off the cast and crew one by one in a quest for vengeance.
Originally shot in 1998 by indie stalwart Brad Sykes, Scream Queen languished unfinished for years. Now celebrating its first wide home video release, this blend of 90s shot-on-video style and giallo sensibilities should thrill genre devotees.
Fully restored from tape sources, Visual Vengeance’s Blu-ray presents Scream Queen with a slew of bonuses including:
- New interview with Linnea Quigley
- Director commentary and making-of documentary
- Producer’s cut of the film
- Reversible cover art
- Linnea Quigley mini poster
- VHS stickers and collectible rental card
As a rarity for fans of the iconic scream queen, Scream Queen finally emerges from obscurity to shine a light on a fascinating buried chapter of SOV horror history.
By unearthing and restoring forgotten cult curios like Scream Queen, the Visual Vengeance label fulfills its mission of sharing overlooked horror and preserving film history.
Don’t miss the chance to own this unearthed piece of Linnea Quigley’s career on Blu-ray when Scream Queen arrives November 28th.
It offers one final blood-soaked spotlight for an enduring video store and grindhouse legend.