Narciso Ibanez-Serrador's The House That Screamed (1970) is coming to Blu-ray courtesy of Scream Factory on December 20th! While special features have yet to be revealed, we have a look at the cover art and initial details on the upcoming release.

From Scream Factory: "We are now taking pre-orders for our upcoming release of the long-lost film AIP film THE HOUSE THAT SCREAMED which makes its Blu-ray format debut!

This chilling 1970 horror film by Directed by Narciso Ibáñez-Serrador (Who Could Kill A Child?) has been cited as an influence on Dario Argento's classic SUSPIRIA. At a 19th-century French boarding school for troubled girls, run by the sinister head mistress Madame Fourneau (Lilli Palmer, The Boys From Brazil), students begin to disappear shortly after the latest student's arrival (Cristina Galbó, The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue). Could a mysterious killer be loose within the school's dark corridors or have some of the girl's escaped the tight grip of the stern Fourneau?

More details and specs will be announced sometime in October. Pre-order now @"

Cover art courtesy of Facebook:

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