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Shrieker (film)

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Shrieker (film)

Directed by David DeCoteau
Produced by Charles Band (executive producer)
Kirk Edward Hansen
Written by Benjamin Carr
Starring Tanya Dempsey
Parry Shen
Jenya Lano
Jason-Shane Scott
Jamie Gannon
Alison Cuffe
Roger Crowe
Chris Boyd
Brannon Gould
Rick Buono
Distributed by Full Moon Entertainment
Multicom Entertainment Group Inc.
Release dates
Running time
84 minutes
Language English

Shrieker is a 1998 horror movie directed by David DeCoteau.


Clark (Tanya Dempsey), a young Mathematics major at a University, thinks she's found the best deal for student housing: a group of squatters who live in an abandoned hospital secretly. The quirky residents let her into their community provided she follow the rules, including not telling anyone about her living arrangements. All seems wonderful, until she discovers that the reason that the hospital was abandoned was a series of murders in the 1940s by a strange "shrieking killer" who was never captured - and the discovery that someone who's living in the hospital is using occult means to bring back the demonic "Shrieker".


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