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  The Fog and The Howling DVD releases
  Make your Halloween this year a scream with two frightfully good releases from Momentum Pictures’ horror crypt. The Fog and The Howling (both double disc Special Editions) are set for release and no self-respecting fan of horror should be caught dead without them!

Classics within their genre, The Fog (1980) and The Howling (1981) ooze with blood, guts, gore and plenty of screams! Directed by John Carpenter (Halloween, The Thing, They Live) and Joe Dante (Gremlins, Innerspace, Small Soldiers) respectively, they are almost considered as manuals on how to create modern movie terror. Witty dialogue, fast action and fiendish foes guarantee duvet-clutching, nail-biting and skin-jumping fun, just in time for a frighteningly good Halloween.

The Fog Special Edition and The Howling Special Edition will be avilable on DVD on 18 October 2004 for the very first time on DVD in the UK - RRP £19.99.
  Darren Jones [14 Sep 2004 at 14:33]

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