Death Screams

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Death Screams
Death Screams.jpg
Theatrical poster to Death Screams
Directed by David Nelson
Produced by Charles Ison
Ernest Bouskos
Written by Paul C. Elliott
Starring Susan Kiger
Larry Sprinkle
Andria Savio
David Lenthall
Music by Dee Barton
Cinematography Darrell Cathcart
Edited by Jerry Whittington
Distributed by United Film
Release date
May 1982 (US)
Running time
88 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Death Screams (also titled House of Death or Night Screams) is a 1982 horror film directed by David Nelson.


During the last night of the carnival, several locals, including newly in-love couples Bob and Kathy, and Walker and Sheila waitresses timid blonde Lily and comely, nubile Ramona, along with her lover Tom, plus prankster Diddle and his girlfriend Sandy, decide to spend the night down at the river, where a double homicide occurred some nights before. But among the fairgoers is the one responsible for the deaths. Troubled over a tragic past, the killer decides to take the frustrations out with a machete on those blamed for all the misfortunes previously in life. Following the group back to the riverside stomping grounds, the killer sets about ensuring no one leaves the area alive.


Critical reception[edit]

AllMovie called the film "bland early '80s slasher fare".[1]


  1. ^ Binion, Cavett. "Death Screams - Trailers, Reviews, Synopsis, Showtimes and Cast - AllMovie". AllMovie. Retrieved 24 July 2012. 

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