1983: A group of high school students are having a great time near Hollywood Hills at the weekend when they bump into the Loser from their school, Sam, who's just on his way home. Sam would do anything in order to get Jenny's attention, one of prettiest girls in school. Unfortunately she's also the girlfriend of the school's bully, Biff, the quarterback of the football team. Biff and his buddies are keen to take Sam to the old abandoned amusement park to make him prove his courage as part of their initiation ceremony. They involve Jenny in their cruel game as the grand prize of the competition. Sam accepts the challenge, but the girl wouldn't let him go in by himself; she follows him into the amusement park and a night they'll never forget.

Directed by Balázs Hatvani, the Hungarian horror stars Erin Hayes and Ashley Lloyd as high school students intruding in an old amusement park inhabited by monsters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Ian D (br) wrote: A great film that portrays the ultra orthodox Jewish community in an accessible albeit slightly glossy way. Using a family tragedy to ground the characters we see them mourn and move on in a way that we all can relate to.A very human film that left me feeling sad but optimistic. Life carries on but we never forget.

Adam D (jp) wrote: Thats right no starts. This movie advertises itself as a zombie movie, there is no zombies the only plus to this movie are to incredibly attractive starlets that are in it.

Tim A (nl) wrote: there are thousands of pee your pants hilarious lines from murphy's 80's movies & stand up...but "i wanna put my beef in your taco" from the professor to janet jackson alone makes this a 3 star instead of 1 :)

Dante D (kr) wrote: One of the greatest movies ever, go see it now

Kandis A (br) wrote: A pretty good story.....

Joe P (de) wrote: Really sad movie everyone.

Alaine B (de) wrote: Really really stupid. That said, I've watched it countless times. I can't explain it. Cindy Ann Thompson sparkles as the cavegirl. Do NOT expect much from this film.

Deadly K (fr) wrote: Oh dear. I get the idea but this is like a bad Breakfast at Tiffany's. I know, I know. It's a classic and all that but I didn't really like either of the main characters and I felt like it was trying too hard to be endearing, funny and kooky. Shame really. In fact I kind of wanted to give Fonda a bit of a slap and tell her to grow up a bit. I'm probably going to film hell now.

Zarinah H (ru) wrote: "The Skull" is a 1965 Amicus production that treats fans to the pairing of horror legends Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. Inspired by a story by Robert Bloch [who also wrote Psycho], "The Skull" stars Cushing as Dr Maitland, an occult collector, who likes to study arcane objects. His 'frenemy' is Sir Matthew Phillips [Christopher Lee], and the pair are portrayed as rivals for the acquisition of rare occult artifacts. One night, Marco, a dealer in such objects, sells Maitland a biography of the Marquis de Sade, which is unique as it is bound in human skin. Later, Marco tempts Maitland with the promise of the skull of the infamous sadist, believed to be cursed, and to possess supernatural powers. When Phillips [Lee] comes to know that Maitland is interested in the marquis' skull, he warns Maitland against acquiring it, telling him the skull is evil and will possess it's owner. The rest of the movie centers on what Maitland does and the consequences.Though the movie is carried by Cushing, who plays the lead role, Lee's role is not insignificant, though he only appears in a few scenes. The chemistry shared by these two legends is palpable, and I loved the way they interacted, portraying a friendly rivalry that has been seen again and again in other movies. The movie is also highly atmospheric, which is one reason I love horror movies of this period. Though the actual special effects are cheesy by today's standards, the atmosphere, setting, and especially acting elevate these movies to classic status. The DVD features are quite pitiful really, but I'd still say this is a must-have for fans of period horror, and classic horror.

Marcus W (gb) wrote: Very average. It works but there's nothing to get excited about.

Louise D (es) wrote: Unashamedly grand guignol; bonus Diana Rigg; very fun.