Rebellious teen Amy (Elizabeth Berridge) defies her parents by going to a trashy carnival that has pulled into town. In tow are her boyfriend, Buzz (Cooper Huckabee), and their friends Liz (Largo Woodruff) and Richie (Miles Chapin). Thinking it would be fun to spend the night in the campy "Funhouse" horror ride, the teens witness a murder by a deformed worker wearing a mask. Locked in, Amy and her friends must evade the murderous carnival workers and escape before it leaves town the next day.
- Stars:Elizabeth Berridge, Shawn Carson, Jeanne Austin, Jack McDermott, Cooper Huckabee, Largo Woodruff, Miles Chapin, David Carson, Sonia Zomina, Ralph Morino, Kevin Conway, Herb Robins, Mona Agar, Wayne Doba, William Finley,
- Director:Tobe Hooper,
- Writer:Lawrence Block
Rebellious teen Amy defies her parents by going to a trashy carnival that has pulled into town. Together with three other friends, Amy spends the night in a carnival funhouse and is stalked by a deformed man in a Frankenstein mask. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Funhouse torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: This film is a disturbing masterpiece. It is an absolute travesty that it was neither nominated for Best Pictures, nor where it's 2 actors nominated. In addition, the sound design, cinematography, and editing are absolutely incredible.
(ag) wrote: No, it's script isn't original, but Stuck in Love is a pretty charming film thanks to its lead actors.
(gb) wrote: Just a bunch of British teenagers running around with a camera for 90% of the movie. I was wondering when I would actually get scared.
(mx) wrote: Saw this trash at Bonnaroo. It is worthless.
(ru) wrote: I saw this film last night at the MK2 on Bvd St Germain and was the only person in the theater. Batman was playing in the next theater and sold out. But we know there is something wrong with our social conscience. This film is one of those must sees, not necessarily because it is a brilliant film, but because it is polemical and untiring in its exposure of the genocide in Darfur. It's on the same bandwaggon as the outcry by stars such as Mia Farrow and George Clooney for the Chinese to do something - like impose sanctions - on the Sudanese govt. But my solitude in the movie theater last night is telling of how important the world thinks these people are. It's a harrowing film because it's a harrowing story ... see it, and be prepared to come out with a clenched fist in the air.
(mx) wrote: Alan Parker's "The Road to Wellville" isn't really about anything, but I thought it was quite fun. The script needed a bit more work, to be sure, but these performances (Hopkins especially wonderful as cornflake inventor and health nut Dr. John Kellogg) and this dialogue really work. It's very funny most of the time, but some of the attempts at humor do fall flat. The story? Well, I couldn't say. See it for yourself if you're curious. I enjoyed it very much, but this is the kind of film that evaporates by morning.
(ca) wrote: Fairly chill inducing TV movie that actually sticks quite close to the source novel for a change.
(it) wrote: The middle chapter of a trilogy can sometimes be the one that drags. It's not the fresh beginning and it's not the epic end. But as with Star Wars, the middle chapter of this trilogy is a masterpiece of cinema. The performances are both astounding and heart wrenching, with Bernard Hill as the noble King Theoden and Ian McKellan as the ever wonderful Gandalf as stand outs. The set pieces are wonderful and the special effects still stand up 13 years later. And the movie is all finished up with one of the greatest cinema battles ever put to film. Watch it now, and enjoy.
(br) wrote: Muppets in Space was a great movie for all. I was pleased to see familiar faces in this movie and I am always happy to see the swedish chef.Every muppet I saw reminded me of somebody I knew, which made this movie even more hilarious. I always believed that Gonzo would find his family, and now that he did, I can die a happy man.