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Details drive in from the Scream Factory release of The Car

10.21.2015by: Brennan Klein
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Between DUEL and CHRISTINE, there was another deadly vehicle hellbent on running hapless drivers off the road: THE CAR! The underrated 1977 classic stars James Brolin and is currently on its way direct from Scream! Factory. The full special feature details for their release have been revealed to rev your engine:

  •  NEW Mystery of the Car – an interview with producer/director Elliot Silverstein
  • NEW The Navajo Connection – an interview with actress Geraldine Keams
  • NEW Just Like Riding a Bike - an interview with actress Melody Thomas Scott
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • TV Spot
  • Radio Spots
  • Still Gallery

In THE CAR:

The peaceful tranquility of a small Western town is disturbed when a murderous car wreaks havoc by viciously mowing down innocent victims. The new sheriff, Wade Parent (James Brolin), may be the only one who can stop this menace in its tracks.  But what Wade Parent doesn't realize is that the driver of this indestructible vehicle is far more dangerous than any man... because it is driven by pure evil.

You can pre-order THE CAR, out December 15, 2015, right here!

Extra Tidbit: When's the last time you've seen THE CAR?

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6:53PM on 10/21/2015

(Not so) fond memories

"The Car" was filmed here in Utah, and I had several college friends cast in bit parts (including Geraldine Keams, the deputy who says "There was no driver in the car . . .", which line we tortured her with for years afterward.) The movie premiered here, and we thought it sucked royally when we saw it in the theater. I don't think it's really aged into the "so bad it's good" category.
"The Car" was filmed here in Utah, and I had several college friends cast in bit parts (including Geraldine Keams, the deputy who says "There was no driver in the car . . .", which line we tortured her with for years afterward.) The movie premiered here, and we thought it sucked royally when we saw it in the theater. I don't think it's really aged into the "so bad it's good" category.
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