Bound together by a desire to play "Mazes and Monsters," Robbie and his three college classmates decide to move the board game into the local legendary cavern. Robbie starts having visions for real, and the line between reality and fantasy fuse into a harrowing adventure.
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Danger lurks between fantasy and reality.
Did You Know?
This film is clearly a social commentary on the Dungeons & Dragons controversy occurring during this period. See more
It is unclear when this story actually takes place. During the opening sequence, Robbie Wheeling and his parents drive by a cinema playing 'The Empire Strikes Back' which would place the film in 1980 or 1981. At Jay Jay Brockway's "Brigitte Bardot" party, Jay Jay makes a remark regarding the bottle of wine he is given by Robbie as "1987". Throughout the film, there are numerous signs in the dorm that refer to the year 1982, yet the calendar in Kate Finch's dorm room shows November 1983. See more
The most frightening monsters are the ones that exist in our minds.
The print currently streaming through FilmRise not only appears to look like it was ripped from a VHS tape but is missing the entire end credits. After the final scene and the Executive Producer credit appears, a "THE END" title card is shown. See more
Referenced in Endgame: Fearful Symmetry
Friends in This World
Music: Hagood Hardy
Lyrics: Judith Lander
Performed by Judith Lander
and Cal Dodd
(as Cal Dodd) See more