Ever wonder how much a script changes between its original form and what we see on theater screens or DVD? Now, thanks to Cargo Cult Press and MODERNCINÉ’s Jack Ketchum’s The Girl Next Door: Movie Omnibus, you can see exactly what was different in Dan Farrands and Philip Nutman’s screenplay versus director Gregory Wilson’s cinematic version. And a whole lot more as well!
Here’s what you’ll find in the limited edition Jack Ketchum’s The Girl Next Door: Movie Omnibus:
The book, which will be signed by all contributors, includes:
* Blanch Baker (actress playing Ruth Chandler)
* Blythe Auffarth (actress playing Meg Loughlin)
* Producer Andrew van den Houten
* Director Gregory Wilson
* Score: Ryan Shore
* Producer and Cinematographer: William M. Miller
Inspired by true events, this thriller set in 1958 follows the harrowing story of two adolescent girls (Blythe Auffarth, Madeline Taylor), who upon losing their parents in an accident are sent to live with their Aunt Ruth (Blanche Baker), a sadistic psychopath. Unbeknownst to the residents of the small New Jersey suburb, the girls endure unthinkable punishment at the hands of their aunt and three cousins.
Jack Ketchum’s The Girl Next Door: Movie Omnibus is expected to ship October 31, 2010. Click here to pre-order your copy today.
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