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Hell Fest is a movie starring Cynthea Mercado, Stephen Conroy, and Amy Forsyth. A masked serial killer turns a horror-themed amusement park into his own personal playground, terrorizing a group of friends while the rest of the...

Gregory Plotkin
Stephen Conroy, Cynthea Mercado, Bex Taylor-Klaus, Amy Forsyth

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Genres Horror
Director Gregory Plotkin
Writer Blair Butler, Seth M. Sherwood, Stephen Susco, Christopher Sey, William Penick, Akela Cooper
Stars Stephen Conroy, Cynthea Mercado, Bex Taylor-Klaus, Amy Forsyth
Country USA
Also Known As Horror Park, Парк ужаса, Mavokh ha'eima, Hell Fest - Parque dos Horrores, Hell Fest: Park hrůzy, Siaubo festas, Parque do Inferno, Park grozy, Elles parks, Cehennem Festivali, Hell Fest: Juegos diabólicos, Hell Fest. Parcul groazei, Hell Fest: juegos diabólicos
Runtime 1 h 29 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Hell Fest is introduced as a horror theme park which travels across the country during the Halloween season. A young girl from Cincinnati is shown to be separated from her group during one of the mazes. There she is confronted by a masked figure known as "The Other" (Stephen Conroy). She recognizes The Other as a man who had been following her and her group of friends the entire night. The Other attacks the girl, stabbing her in the gut before hanging her. The young girl's corpse appears to blend in with the other prop bodies as The Other leaves the scene. Natalie (Amy Forsyth) is shown to be arriving at her former apartment where her best friend, Brooke (Reign Edwards), still resides. She greets her old friend but is disappointed to learn that a former classmate, Taylor (Bex Taylor-Klaus), whom Natalie does not get along with is living with her. Though Natalie's visit was planned, Brooke is shown to have been uncertain that Natalie would actually arrive as she had been distant of late due to school and work. As such Brooke and Taylor arranged a visit to Hell Fest with Quinn (Christian James), Brooke's boyfriend, Taylor's boyfriend Asher (Matt Mercurio), and their respective friend Gavin (Roby Attal) who is attracted to Natalie..

Top reviews

Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020 16:48

I wasn't sure what to expect with a film called "Re-animator", but when I was able to sit down and watch it, I was glad that I did. There is so much to take in with this film, it is difficult to describe without giving away the whole thing. To start off with, the movie is definitely not for the faint-hearted. Not for the faint-hearted at all. The director uses some very graphic and horrific scenes of the creature breaking flesh and blood, but there is some humor in the movie as well. It is a very dark and violent film, but the humor comes with a nice throwback to the 80's horror flick. I thought the movie was very well done. There was a great mixture of the 80's slasher type elements and the new-wave film elements. I thought the film had a good amount of creativity in it and the special effects were just great. There was a lot of gore in the film, but I think it was more for the audience to enjoy the action. The movie had a very dark and violent edge to it, and I think it worked very well. I liked the fact that the film had a lot of blood and gore, and I think that it worked very well. The actors were very good. I liked the acting of Michael Rooker as well, but I thought the character was written a bit too loose in the film. I think that he had a few too many lines in the film and it made the movie a little too long. The character could have been written a little more tight and it could have been a better film. I also thought the character of the first victim was written a little too loose in the film. It was not very believable and it was hard to understand what the character was saying. Overall, I liked the film and it was definitely a good watch. The director really knew what he was doing, and I think the film is very original. The acting was very good, and the film is certainly worth seeing. It is not for everyone, but it is definitely worth a look for horror fans.
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 12:04

I'm not a gorehound, but I'll be damned if there is not a gratuitous amount of blood, guts, and gore in "The Feral" (not to mention a few great scenes of the whole house being attacked by the Hell Family). Most people who view this film will be astonished at the intensity and scope of what was accomplished. While not anything like "Necronomicon" or "Necronomicon II" (which, by the way, are two of my favorites, because they are more grounded in reality), the production values are just as much as anyone would expect from a low-budget horror film, with the best example being the outdoor set that was used for the set of the house. And even though it's obviously a low-budget production, it's well made and well-edited, so if you like your horror with some excitement, you'll be satisfied. However, as an aside, there is one scene with a "band" playing in the backyard that is so gory that I just had to watch it. There is a scene where the camera pans around a house to reveal an evil mutant sitting in a chair. He's being treated with a sedative. He is smiling at the camera and you can see a glimpse of a toothpick sticking out of his mouth. He was obviously dead and this scene alone, alone, alone made me want to see the film. It's one of the most gruesome things you'll ever see. For the fans of gore, there is some gore. There is a cut to a hand getting stuck in a fridge door. There is a shot of blood spraying out of the chest cavity of the Hell Family as they attack a woman. I highly recommend this film.

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