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Scream Park -- The Fright Land amusement park is on the verge of closing its doors forever. But the park's owner, Hyde (Hellraiser's Doug Bradley), has one last plan to sell more tickets... murder. Hiring two backwoods maniacs to break into the park and hack and slash all his employees, Hyde thinks these killings will create a media sensation, but he has just unleashed a horror that no one can survive.


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Death is the new attraction.
A failed amusement park owner devises a plan to commit gruesome murders in the park as a publicity stunt to sell tickets. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Wendy Wygant ... Jennifer

Steve Rudzinski ... Marty
Nivek Ogre ... Iggy
Alicia Marie Marcucci ... Allison

Doug Bradley ... Mr. Hyde

Nicole Beattie ... Missi
Tyler Kale ... Rhodie
Ian Lemmon ... Ogre
Kyle Riordan ... Roy
Dean Jacobs ... Tony
Kailey Marie Harris ... Carlee

Carrie Lee Martz ... Attendant

Directed by
Cary Hill 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Cary Hill  writer

Produced by
Nathan W. Fullerton .... co-producer
Cary Hill .... producer
Scott Lewis .... co-producer
Cinematography by
Nathan W. Fullerton 
Film Editing by
Scott Lewis 
Art Direction by
Rhonda Libbey 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Andrew Standiford .... first assistant director
Sound Department
Scott Lewis .... sound editor
Liz Rishel .... sound editor
Kelleigh Miller .... stunt player
Camera and Electrical Department
Edwin Huang .... assistant camera (as Ed Huang)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Liz Rishel .... wardrobe
Music Department
Christian Kriegeskotte .... composer: theme music
Scott Lewis .... composer: additional music
Liz Rishel .... musician
Other crew
Justin Cook .... publicist
Cathy Rescher .... production assistant
Scott Geiter .... grateful thanks

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85 min

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In the scene where Tony says "I'll be right back", he is standing in the very spot where Viggo Mortensen was struck with an arrow in The Road (2009/I). Both films were shot in Conneaut Lake Park, Pennsylvania.See more »
Continuity: The level of lighting in the sky changes throughout the film from full darkness to twilight to darkness again.See more »
Mr. Hyde:What we need is something big. Something novel. Almost like... an accident.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Hellraiser (1987)See more »
Plow City, USASee more »


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Fun B movie, 13 January 2015
Author: mlnordinmn from Minnesota

I picked up this movie at Best Buy on a lark...

It was obviously made by non-Hollywood types who really love 80s horror movies.

I think they nailed just about every trope of the 80s slasher spot-on (prepare your checklist). They even had an awesome cameo by Doug Bradley in there! (how did they score that?!?!)

The production values are definitely not top notch and the acting ran from non-existent to totally over-the-top. But that's what made this movie fun!

Have some beers, bring your film-school friends and have fun imagining that it was you and your friends making a movie in really scary-looking run-down amusement park. I enjoyed the occasional glimmers of awesome amid the not-great sound (but great sound track!) and the sometimes slow pacing gave me time to make wise cracks.

Just don't sit down and seriously expect that this $9 DVD (made for $40K total according to IMDb) is the next Citizen Kane. It's just fun. :-)

Bonus fun: Do a shot every time someone asks about Blake. :-) You won't be disappointed!

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