Popcorn

Popcorn

Director: Mark Herrier Cast: Jill Schoelen, Tom Villard, Dee Wallace Stone

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Overview

In this off-beat horror outing, a band of film students decide to scare up some cash by holding a film festival celebrating horror films from the '50s. Its all great fun until they discover that the projectionist is a homicidal maniac. Gory violence ensues as audience members begin dying in horrible ways.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/12/2019
UPC: 0654930319499
Original Release: 1991
Source: Synapse Films
Region Code: ABC
Time: 1:31:00
Sales rank: 36,949

Special Features

Audio Commentary with Director Mark Herrier, Stars Jill Schoelen, Malcolm Danare, and Special Makeup Effects Artist Mat Falls; Midnight Madness: The Making of "Popcorn" (57 mins.): An all new documentary on the making of Popcorn, featuring interviews with Director Mark Herrier, Stars Jill Schoelen, Derek Rydall, Dee Wallace, Malcolm Danare, Ivette Soler, Elliott Hurst ; A fascinating behind-the-scenes document of the troubled film production, covering everything from the replacement of the original star and Director, to the post production issues with the MPAA; Electric Memories - An Interview with actor Bruce Glover; Original Theatrical Trailer, Television Trailer and TV Spots; Still Gallery ; Liner Notes and Cover Copy by Michael Gingold

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jill Schoelen Maggie
Tom Villard Toby
Dee Wallace Stone Suzanne
Derek Rydall Mark
Malcom Danare Bud
Elliott Hurst Leon
Freddie Simpson Tina
Kelly Minter Cheryl
Ray Walston Dr. Mnesyne
Tony Roberts Mr. Davis
Karen Witter Joy
Bruce Glover Vernon
Nico Bernuth 2nd Hood
Lori Creevay Marge
Mat Falls Lanyard Gates
Maki Fame Lab Technician
Wayne Farnes Student in Theater
Ray Garaza Student in Theater
Bobby Ghisays Judge
Giana Hanly Sarah Gates
April Harris Student in Theater
Rohan Henry 3rd Hood
Suzanne Hunt Dr. Latimer
Barry Jenner Lieutenant Bradley
Will Knickerbocker Landlord/"Electrified Man"
Dee Miller Actor
Fumito Naozaki 1st Miner
Adam Ormsby Student in Theater
Ethan Ormsby Two-Headed Guy
Ken Ryan Radio Announcer
Kimio Satoh Scientist
Mike Stephens Student in Theater
Cindy Tavares-Finson Gloria Gates
Lindenberg VonVon Student in Theater
Hikonori Washino 2nd Miner
Munair Zaza Doctor
George O 1st Hood
Thom Adcox Corky
Ed Amatrudo Boy Friend
Guy Christopher Student in Theater
Robert Dickman Skeeter
Ivette Soler Joanie
Ben Stotes Hatchethead
Scott Thomson Bearded Guy
Paul Zaza Conductor

Technical Credits
Mark Herrier Director
Ashok Amritraj Producer
Howard Baldwin Executive Producer
Bob Clark Producer
Stan Cole Editor
Giorgio Ferrari Special Effects
Gary Goch Producer
Tod Hackett Screenwriter
Karl Hendrickson Executive Producer
Howard Hurst Executive Producer
Sophie Hurst Co-producer
Torben Johnke Producer
Heidi Kaczenski Costumes/Costume Designer
Jan Kubicki Screenwriter
Peter Murton Production Designer
John Myhre Art Director
Alan Ormsby Screenwriter
Mitchell Smith Original Story
Ronnie Taylor Cinematographer
Paul Zaza Score Composer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Popcorn
255. Chapters
1. Nightmare [:05]
2. Theatre Fun [4:18]
3. Mysterious Film [7:42]
4. The Possessed [5:58]
5. Tonight's The Night [5:24]
6. Horrorthon Begins [2:58]
7. Deadly Mosquito [5:10]
8. Making Faces [5:15]
9. Electrified [6:49]
10. Deadly Ritual [10:33]
11. Who Are You? [8:08]
12. Lobby Fight [5:24]
13. Time To Kill [2:21]
14. Truth Revealed [5:25]
15. A Killer Encore [2:58]
16. End Titles [7:37]
17. Chapter 17 [4:19]
18. Chapter 18 [:02]
0. Chapters
1. Chapter 1 [:04]
2. Chapter 2 [14:08]
3. Chapter 3 [14:01]
4. Chapter 4 [11:08]
5. Chapter 5 [15:04]
6. Chapter 6 [2:40]

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Popcorn 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
"Popcorn" is an average horror movie, that becomes more silly then scary. "Popcorn" is about a group of film students and their teacher, who decide to hold a 50's midnight showing at a rundown theatre, where they will use real f/x effects. But once they begin, one of the film students, Maggie(Jill Scholeon), starts to have horrifying visions of a suicidal/homicidal man. Thinking it's nothing, she stays and finishes with the others, but when the film opens, so do her nightmares. For someone, or something, begins to stalk Maggie and the other film students, plunging them all into a hellish nightmare with no hope of waking up.