An amusement park reopens after a deadly accident fourteen years prior. But although the park is back in business, that doesn't mean it's safe, and when a young boy goes missing, a group of his friends set out to find him.
Yen's brother Alan has been missing for six days.Somehow, it is connected to an amusement park where a girl died 14 years ago in a ferris wheel accident. Their mother, who has the power to capture ghosts with a camera, believes he is dead, but Yen decides to go to the park to look for him. Along with friends Yen is chased out by a watchman. But they ignore his warnings and, one by one, they die. Written by
What a waste of time and money. I recently saw this film at the Philadelphia Film Festival and reduced my expectations so that I was only going to enjoy the 3-D effects. Not only was the film a complete mess of bad acting with a terrible screenplay, the 3-D effects were only used for about ten percent of the film, and the effects were barely noticeable, using old red/blue (anaglyph) 3-D technology. It seemed like the film wasn't even filmed to take advantage of the use of 3-D. This replaces Jaws 3-D and Amityville 3-D as the worst 3-D film I've ever seen. Next year at the festival, I'll have to avoid these gimmicky, low-end horror/action films. This film isn't even worth it for the curiosity factor. Stay away.
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