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The kids decide to throw a party, locked inside the park, although they can climb the fence. One by one the folks disappear by guys in masks. Doug Bradly makes a cameo appearance one hour into the film to supply a motive.
The film lacked the horror build up. The killings were okay and at times bloody, but just didn't have that 80's slasher feel it was attempting to achieve. Will do fine as a Redbox rental. The DVD cover claims 96 minutes. The film is 84 minutes. Blooper reel 6 minutes.
Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, nudity (Kailey Marie Harris) $9.96 Walmart
If u are a slasher fan check it out but not buy it. just rent it.
there are worse movies for sure.
the villains were laughable but the chicks were hot and the plot ..... NEVERMIND THE PLOT.
If u like those cheesy films then check out for titles like.....
SORORITY HOUSE MASSACRE
This movie did have some interesting aspects. The theme park was pretty cool, for the 10 minutes that was shown of rides operating. It reminded me of one that I visited as a child. Also some of the cast members were very easy on the eyes, with one young lady in particular that we get to see in the flesh for a quick moment ;)
Overall this movie did not have very much action. It seemed to run long even at its measly 1:25 running length. This is the type of movie that will probably end up in a $5 horror movie pack at Wal-Mart in not too short of time.
In conclusion this movie was mildly entertaining, had some hot chicks, but did not deliver the full package of Gore and action. Decent low budget flick, but had the possibility for more.
This film doesn't offer anything new. Its a standard low budget film. The acting from some of the victims range from okay to could've been a lot better. But no one was painfully awful.
I watched this with a group of friends and most seemed to enjoy it. the film was well paced and the setting made the film. I wish more films would have such sets.
Isn’t that really all you’re looking for?
(NOTE: The following review will contain minor spoilers necessary solely for the discussion of plot and/or characters. If you’re the type of reader who prefers a review entirely spoiler-free, then I’d encourage you to skip down to the last three paragraphs for my final assessment. If, however, you’re accepting of a few modest hints at ‘things to come,’ then read on …)
From the product packaging: “The Fright Land amusement park is on the verge of closing down for good. But the park’s owner, Hyde (Hellraiser’s Doug Bradley), has one last plan to sell more tickets … murder. Hiring two backwoods maniacs to break into the park and hack and slash all his employees, Hyde thinks these killings will create a media sensation, but he has just unleashed a horror that no one can survive. A slasher in the 80’s tradition that also stars Nivek Ogre from Skinny Puppy fame.”
I’ve made the point in debates with fellow film freaks that horror at some point simply got too big for its britches.Read more ›
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Loved it! The Park is a place I grew up in...worked at and still love. SCREAMPARK met all my expectations of a good old fashioned horror film! Good job.Published 15 months ago by sandra
I love horror movies but this might be the worst. Thought this movie had potential but this was a disappointment. The acting is very unconvincing. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Caleb
This film wasn't as bad as some people say although it certainty isn't great either.I liked the old school feel and the amusement park setting. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Dayna Newman Slasher Diva
Weak story, weak cast, no reason to buy, or rent this "movie"
It was a waste of my time and money...look for something else.
I'm really not certain how many stars to give this. I picked this up with points because my friend's previous band (RBD) is featured in the film, so it's a neat piece of their... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Joshua Harris
It is good to see a film that pays homage to the slasher genre that is so close to my heart. I'm also a huge fan of Conneaut Lake Park where this was filmes. Read morePublished on July 9, 2014 by Daniel E. Kilbane