Director Gregory Plotkin’s slasher film revolves around a masked serial killer terrorizing a group of college students during Halloween night at a horror-themed amusement park. The three college friends (Amy Forsyth, Bex Taylor-Klaus, and Reign Edwards) and their boyfriends eventually realize that the murders occurring in front of them are real, but everyone else is convinced that it just a part of the spectacle.~Augustine Chay
Really fun, colorful, and even genuinely unsettling slasher movie. I hope more people discover this gem because it didn’t deserve the lukewarm-to-negative reception it got. It has a perfect atmosphere for October viewing as well.
The 4K transfer is gorgeous too. Crazy clarity and eye-popping colors. Can’t recommend this release enough!
This isn't going to be a classic film on any AFI lists anytime soon, but if you're in the mood for an old school slasher, that has great atmosphere because of it's inspired location, this will be a fun ride.
The location and way it's shot make this an a 4K title that has some of the most fun HDR on the market. So many colors and highlights popping through and invading the screen while at the same time in very dark and shadowy locations.
A fun dark comedy/horror movie. Nothing super original but better than the Blumhouse garbage that’s being cranked out on the regular.
Picked up at this year’s Black Friday sale, so it made for an especially great deal for a Blu-ray.
This slasher could not be any more mediocre... and that is exactly what the genre needs. This was the Funhouse but so much better, a true throwback to the 90s era slashers. I am calling it now, Bex might become the next Linnea Quigley. Her run on Scream and now this treats her as the hipster punk that is just waiting to get diced. Good cinematography especially for a movie that is supposed to primarily take place in the dark. My major criticism is the lack of staying power for the slasher. He (or she) was just meh. I hope we get a lot of releases like this in the coming years. Again, nothing special, but that’s what makes it special.