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The Funhouse (1981) Tobe Hooper

The Funhouse (1981)
Genre: Horror | Slasher
Country: USA | Director: Tobe Hooper
Language: English | Subtitles: English (Optional, embedded in mkv file)
Aspect ratio: Cinemascope 2.35:1 | Length: 95mn
Bdrip H264 Mkv - 1280x720 - 23.976fps - 2.22gb
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082427/

Audio 2: Commentary with author Calum Waddell
and Justin Kerswell, author of Teenage Wasteland
and host of the slasher cinema website Hysteria Lives

Audio 3: Commentary with The Funhouse S/FX wizard Craig Reardon
and Jeffrey Reddick (Creator of The Final Destination series)

Audio 3: Commentary with Producer Derek Power
and genre scholar Howard S. Bergman

Two young couples on a double date go to a mysterious carnival. As a prank they decide to spend the night in the funhouse. When they witness a brutal murder, they suddenly find themselves in horrific danger.

"The Funhouse" is based on a screenplay by Larry Block and Dean Koontz's "The Funhouse" novel was written and released as a tie-in with Tobe Hooper's movie,under the pseudonym of Owen West. The story moves around a group of teenagers who decide to break into a carnival funhouse and spend the night there for a bit of fun. Soon they're stalked by a ghastly freak from the carnival. "The Funhouse" is no "Texas Chain Saw Massacre"(1974) or even "Eaten Alive"(1976), but Tobe Hooper really creates some thrills and a good deal of suspense. The film probably ended up on a video nasties list by mistake,as it may have been confused with "Last House on Dead End Street"(1977) which was also known as "The Fun House". So if you like horror genre-check out this quite sleazy and occasionally very scary film.

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