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Satan's Playground (2006)

Not Rated | | Horror | 22 August 2006 (USA)
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Satan's Playground is a chiller with a vacationing family lost in the woods and the Jersey Devil lurking in the Pine Barrens.

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Dante Tomaselli

Writer:

Dante Tomaselli
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Felissa Rose ... Donna Bruno
Salvatore Paul Piro Salvatore Paul Piro ... Frank Bruno (as Salvatore Piro)
Danny Lopes ... Sean Bruno
Ellen Sandweiss ... Paula
Marco Rose Marco Rose ... Baby Anthony (as Marco Peter Ordyk)
Irma St. Paule ... Mrs. Leeds
Edwin Neal ... Leeds Boy
Christie Sanford ... Judy Leeds
Ron Millkie ... Officer Peters
Robert Zappalorti Robert Zappalorti ... Cop / Camper (as Robert T. Zappalorti)
Chris Farabaugh Chris Farabaugh ... Stoner
Raine Brown ... Prostitute
Garth Johnson Garth Johnson ... Red Hooded Man
Jessy Hodges ... Lost Teen
Maureen Tomaselli Maureen Tomaselli ... Reporter
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SATAN'S PLAYGROUND is a supernatural shocker chronicling a family's spine-tingling odyssey in New Jersey's legendary Pine Barrens region. En route to a wilderness camping retreat, their car inexplicably breaks down. As darkness falls, panic sets in. Then the marooned family stumbles upon an ancient and seemingly abandoned house. And it is here that they meet the bizarre Mrs. Leeds who lives there with her equally unhinged children. Offering no assistance, she warns of a violent, unseen force lurking in the forbidding countryside. Soon, the family will encounter a supernatural evil older than the woods themselves. SATAN'S PLAYGROUND...a place where deadly myth becomes gruesome reality. Written by LDmediacorp@aol.com

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Horror

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Ellen Sandweiss' first film since The Evil Dead (1981). See more »

Crazy Credits

The cast credits are preceded by the quote "Acting is a way of living out one's insanity" by Isabelle Huppert. See more »

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Featured in One for the Road (2017) See more »

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18 February 2007 | by mikidutza_the_bestSee all my reviews

Well I must say this movie is a complete cinematic disaster.The characters act like some cartoons characters.Even Tom and Jerry would keep me more interested...The author of the movie inspired from a lot of other movies...like "The Texas chainsaw massacre" ,"Running scared".It's ingenuity isn't shown at all.I started watching this movie with great interest,fooled by the captivating title.This movie is lame,not horror at all...And when the creature cuts a boy,from his throat runs so much blood like it was a comedy or something.It's not making any sense regarding to the title.Maybe I am used to real horror movies and criticize too much but I think this movie wouldn't scare anyone who has seen at least one real horror movie.If I may compare this to "The Texas chainsaw massacre" I can say this is just a lame copy of the script put on screen with some second category characters.It's not worth seeing.Better try the original!


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 August 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Песочница Сатаны See more »

Filming Locations:

New Jersey, USA See more »

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Budget:

$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Em and Me Productions See more »
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Dolby Digital (2.0 Stereo)| Dolby Digital (5.1 Surround Sound)

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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