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Jay Woelfel (written by)
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Welcome to the carnival of fear. See more »
Plot:
Trapped in a forgotten amusement park, a young woman (Kristy) finds herself terrorized by the living memories of the park. She must break free from the park's grasp before she becomes its next victim. | Full synopsis »
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A creepy & poetic ride See more (18 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Aimee Brooks ... Kristy
Damian Maffei ... James

Joe Unger ... The Carny
William Waters ... Dyrk
Alex Gabrielsen ... The Lake Monster
Mike Nugent ... Wackles - The Sad Clown
Bob Watson ... Hackles - The Happy Clown
Jim Grega ... Cackles - The Laughing Clown
Will Kinghorn ... Louie the Mobster
Russ Wisniewski ... Mobster #1
Stephanie Ann Rose ... Smoking Lady
Bob Duecker ... Bulldozer Driver
Marty Swiatkowski ... The Giant
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cameron Andrew Howell ... Young James
Mike Male ... Park Patron
Nancy Male ... Park Patron
Laurie Webb ... Park Patron
Tony Webb ... Park Patron

Directed by
Jay Woelfel 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jay Woelfel  written by

Produced by
Randy Baird .... executive producer
Richard Duecker .... associate producer
Gary Ellison .... associate producer
Jay Ellison .... producer
Gary Harris .... associate producer
Damian Maffei .... associate producer
John Rogers .... associate producer
Elizabeth Rypel .... co-producer
T.C. Rypel .... associate producer
Jon D. Wagner .... producer
Jerry Whitnable .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Jay Woelfel 
 
Cinematography by
Jose Cardenas (director of photography)
Jay Ellison (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Jay Ellison (co-editor)
Jay Woelfel 
 
Production Design by
Andrew M. LaMarche 
 
Art Direction by
Gary Harris (art direction)
 
Set Decoration by
Andrew M. LaMarche 
Allie Toman 
 
Costume Design by
Stephanie Ann Rose 
 
Makeup Department
Emmy Osicka .... key makeup artist
 
Art Department
Adam Ackerman .... props
Chris Bushman .... set dresser
Jack Mansor .... art department assistant
Marischa Slusarski .... production design: film sequences
 
Sound Department
K. Joshua Fernberg .... sound editor (as Josh Fernberg)
Seann Flynn .... sound designer
Saravoot Kaitkalang .... sound mixer
Eric Miller .... boom operator
 
Special Effects by
Richard Fike .... special effects pyrotechnics coordinator
Sara Fike .... special effects assistant: pyrotechnics
Tony Gardner .... creature designer and creator
John Kloock .... special effects assistant: pyrotechnics
 
Stunts
Richard Fike .... stunt coordinator
Sara Fike .... stunt safety
John Kloock .... assistant stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Chad Courtney .... first assistant camera
Scott Fairchild .... grip and electric swing
Matt Fredericks .... camera operator "b" camera: main unit
Dan Jarrell .... grip
John Jurko II .... assistant camera
Matt Kvasnicka .... grip
Taavi Lehtimaki .... lighting technician
Oleg Rasyaev .... key grip
Brent Walton .... assistant camera
William Waters .... gaffer
Ritch Yarber .... camera operator: pyrotechnic scene
 
Editorial Department
Ian W. Hanson .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Seann Flynn .... additional music arranger
 
Other crew
Krystal Clemente .... production assistant
Joe Cunningham .... production assistant
Tyler Deperro .... production assistant
Max Eberle .... production assistant: key set
Nora L. Ferris .... insurance broker
Joey Levy .... production assistant
Colleen Mleziva .... production assistant
Alan Piracha .... production assistant
Stephanie Ann Rose .... script supervisor
 

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114 min
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Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1)
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All of the people seen walking by the ferris wheel at the end of the movie were local residents of Chippewa and the surrounding towns. Hundreds of people showed up to be in the scene, where shooting was delayed for a few hours due to rain. When the rain stopped, everyone came back.See more »

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10 out of 17 people found the following review useful.
A creepy & poetic ride, 24 December 2011
Author: tdeladeriere from France

A girl wakes up into a dilapidated amusement park and seems to drift from nightmare to nightmare until she meets the caretaker of the park, who's willing to anchor her back to reality. But the nightmare doesn't end that easily and the newly-found couple are haunted and pursued by the ghosts of the park, including the Monster from the Lake, the Alligator and most of all, Carny, who holds the key to their escape.

The 1st five minutes firmly establish a dreamlike quality, an ethereal half-sleep that holds on until the very last reel. For once, the CGI helps more than hinder, giving the effects an old Hollywood magic. Still, the strength of "CFTS" is that it never drifts into complete absurdity, even at its most awkward. Each kooky segment leads to the final revelation, which of course is love.

There's enough humor, grue & thrills to keep the unprepared audience satisfied, and those that are willing to take the plunge will be taken for a creepy and poetic ride.

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