Melissa Cross The Zen Of Screaming 2007 DVDRIP !!TOP!!
Melissa Cross The Zen Of Screaming 2007 DVDRIP
The film received positive reviews from critics who praised the acting, plot, musical score and the effects. It was awarded with twelve Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Director, with the movie capturing the most awards with nine including Best Picture and Best Director. The special achievement in film editing was awarded to Dean Tavoularis and Gary Rydstrom. The film grossed $360 million worldwide and was ranked the 4th highest-grossing film of 1982. In 2010, the film was added to the National Film Registry for being « culturally, historically or aesthetically significant ».
The film was approximately one hour and forty-six minutes long and was set in Connecticut. It was shot in nine days in the town of Bridgeport, Connecticut. The production had one of the most elaborate sets ever built: The interior scenes were set in the furniture store in Reardan, where the film’s killer was eventually revealed to have been hiding all along, and the exterior scenes were shot in front of other Reardan locations, such as the elementary school. Set designer Pat Kirkham, who described the set as being « rough-and-jagged », »recreated the back of the store in the warehouse where there was a mop closet. The door was broken and the closet was filled with a jumble of rubber tools and mops. » The set itself, however, was valued at the time as being the biggest on the film set. Things cost about $500,000 in total per day to film, and about $200,000 per day to build the set itself. The store itself even had special effects to make it appear that it was hot during the 70 degrees Fahrenheit that were often experienced in the film.
The bakery where the characters go to refill their gas tanks is the building that was to the West of Ebert’s Market. The bakery was one of the original locations which represented Reardan. It was completely rendered in bluecardboard. One of the scenes that always made audiences happy to see was the FBI agents searching the shop after one of the murders. It is also displayed briefly in the end credits.