If you’re thinking about spending Halloween, sit back on the couch for a Netflix marathon, but your friends will say, “Come, come with us, it’ll be fun! I swear!” . . . tell them no. Why? Because if he agrees to leave, there is the possibility that a masked assassin runs through the streets without being detected, due to the spooky vacations. At least, that’s essentially what happens in the next Hell Fest horror movie.
Amy Forsyth plays a member of a group of friends who get more than they expected when they arrive at the annual scare night of an amusement park and run into a serial killer. If that sounds like something you want to have nightmares about, watch our exclusive movie clip before it hits theaters on September 28!
One of the best things about the fall is when the amusement parks adopt spooky Halloween themes. But what if those haunted houses like the Halloween Horror Nights of Universal Studios were real? That’s the nightmare that the new movie slasher Hell Fest proposes to you. In the movie, on September 28, a masked assassin mixes with the horror theme park, making everyone believe that everything is part of the horror depicted. Natalie (Rise’s Amy Forsynth) visits her childhood friends just in time for Halloween, and the trio and their boyfriends head to the night of the Hell Fest amusement park, knowing of a legend behind a young woman becoming a true victim during a past Hell Fest event. But they limit it until they come face to face with the masked assassin and must find a way to escape.
In the exclusive clip of the movie below, the group of friends looks excited waiting to enter the Hell Fest, and Gavin (Roby Attal) gives them VIP bracelets. Once they enter, they are greeted by masked monsters who try to scare them as they approach a party area complete with a DJ disguised as a punk skeleton and a caged, sensual skeleton, who playfully whips Asher (Matt Mercury) as he works. box. It seems an incredibly fun moment, that is, until the masked assassin makes his first move of the night.
On Halloween night, three young women and their respective boyfriends head to the Hell Fest: a macabre itinerant card that presents a maze of attractions, games and labyrinths. Soon they will face a bloody night of terror when a masked serial killer turns the terror theme park into his own personal playground.
Initial release: September 28, 2018 (USA)
Director: Gregory Plotkin
Producers: Gale Anne Hurd, Tucker Tooley
Story by: Stephen Susco, Seth M. Sherwood, William Penick
Script: Akela Cooper, Blair Butler, Seth M. Sherwood