Twenty years ago a deadly accident forced Eddie Burber from his home. Since Eddie was younger he wanted to be part of the family business "The Burber Haunted House." A note is placed on the... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kurt (as Brian Blakely)
Blake Pickett ...
Brad Hanks ...
Leslee Lacey ...
Ethan Adler ...
Big Eddie Burber
Bently Tittle ...
Bentley (as Bentley Tittle)
Tim Hubbard ...
Franklin Martin ...
Farris (as Frank Martin)
Dan McNamara ...
Angela Scanlan ...
Brian Sosby ...
Fraternity Barker
Craig Bitterling ...
Little Eddie Burber
Lori Rae Nally ...
Nancy Hauskins ...
Frat Girl


Twenty years ago a deadly accident forced Eddie Burber from his home. Since Eddie was younger he wanted to be part of the family business "The Burber Haunted House." A note is placed on the local Fraternity giving permission to use the old house as a fund-raiser. While the students prepare the house, they soon are hunted down and placed in the Haunted House for amusement. One thing is for sure. Nobody knows it really happening - People are dying, and people are laughing. Written by TravisBond

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Film debut of Blake Pickett. See more »


Brien Blakely's named is spelled "Brien Blakly" in the opening credits and "Brian Blakely" in the closing credits. See more »


Kurt: Man, I get the feeling some really scary shit went on here at one time.
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Cheesy concoction of stupidity

By far the worst horror movie I have ever seen. It has the potential of a bad Pauly Shore movie with the filmmaking of Ernest Goes to School. The music sounds like something I would hear playing Duke Nukem on the computer. The story is very cheesy and driven by God knows what, the acting is even more cheesy. I though Meateater was bad, but this one defiantly takes the cake. At least Meateater lacked only acting, this movie lacks everything. I understand where the story came from, but is so stupid I can't see why someone actually put it on paper. Let's bash the cinematography shall we. There is no color in this movie. I love the old horror movie film quality (not necessarily vintage type film), but in order to set a mood you must have that quality, whether it's in lighting, filters, gels, etc. This movie lacked all of that and was so bad I could barely sit through the whole thing. That's why I kept my hand on the fast forward button. I have seen bad horror movies, but they are usually bad because of acting, or they have unrealistic situations, or poorly driven story line. I don't know what drives a person to make crap like this, but I really hope the pathetic actors choose to leave this off their resumes.

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