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Brian Austin Green,
Ten years after he brutally murdered two girls, a killer escapes from a mental institution and returns to his turf, the theme park attraction called Dark Ride. About to crash his path are a group of college kids on a road trip who stumble across the park.Written by
"Dark ride" is an old term used in the carnival business to describe rides that involve getting in a cart or buggy and traversing a dark, enclosed building designed to have characters or props appear at intervals, designed to surprise or entertain. See more »
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Written by Chris Grace
Performed by Chris Grace
Produced by Chris Grace
Engineered by Joe West
Mastered by Ted Jenson at Sterling Sound
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Just finished seeing all 3 Horrorfest Movies for Friday......
I'd have to say today was extremely disappointing. Reincarnation was all over the place and certainly not on par with other Japanese horror movies. Unrest starts out extremely strong and completely falls apart in the 2nd half of the film. Dark Ride is just plain horrible from beginning to end. To the point that I didn't care who lived or died. The one twist from it you could see coming about 10 minutes into the movie.
Not being vague on purpose just not a big fan of spoiling movies for others. However if you do want details post something here and I'll figure out a way to get them to you. Luckily my local theater had a cool manager who offered to let anyone see all 3 movies if they purchased admission to just 1. So even though I wasn't satisfied, I can't really complain about paying $6 to see 3 movies.
I hope Saturday and Sunday's batch of movies are better or I'm really going to wonder about the state of current independent horror films.
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