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Plot: 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 patrons believe that it is all part of the show. Runtime: 89 min Release Date: 28 Sep 2018
GO SEE THIS. I did not expect it to be this good. an absolute fun, terrifying, and chilling ride and much more. It is AWESOME!
old but new, liked it a lot! (by Psy-Ko)
Just got home from seeing it. I love thursday night early showings! Got to see it without a crowd. I'm a seasoned horror fan so the fact this didn't scare me doesn't mean anything. Not much scares me. The fact that the suspense and tension were felt throughout and kept me wanting to see what happens next, thats a good accomplishment. I was pretty impressed with this flick.A great addition to the slasher genre, I hope there are sequels. I don't want to give anything away but will say it had a great 80s/90s slasher feel to it, I loved some of the tropes included, it made if fun. <more>
It does start off a little slow but once it takes off you're in for a hell of a ride!
Hell Fest is one hell of a slasher flick... (by drahulrajjsd)
Hell Fest is one hell of a slasher flick full of frights and fun, where a group of friends are being slashed one by one by a madman at a horror themed amusement park, and it's just a fun ride with chills and thrills, and it's like a tribute to old school psycho slasher films. Really love the looks of the psychopath especially his mask. Also, Horror legend Tony Todd has a small role. If you are a fan of slasher films then it's definitely a must see for you!
Can Horror Haters Stop Commenting On Horror? (by ramosrollie)
You don't see me writing a review for The English Patient! So please stop trying to ruin my horror!Today's "my opinion matters" generation is constantly trying to sway the masses by dropping cheap stabs pun intended at a film like this, saying it had bad acting and they didn't care about the characters. I'm not sure if anyone informed you, but this is a SLASHER film. You're supposed to turn off your brain and enjoy the ubsurdity of it, put yourself in their shoes and scream at them when they make poor decisions.If you're going to watch a horror movie, put <more>
down your cell phone, stop tweeting, shut the lights off and WATCH it. Not occasionally look up from your Instagram feed and decide "it's not scary enough." Hashtag till your heart's content AFTER the movie is over, dork.Hell Fest did it's job and did it's job damn well. Is it Casablanca? No. But it delivered on scares, atmosphere, a damn decent body count and definitely bent the normal slasher rules which was a welcome change.To hell with the horror haters. Well done, Hell Fest.
Best Slasher I've seen since SCREAM! (by Lizlynn_1111)
First off let me start by saying.. Eww the villains mask is creepy! And no it didn't get less creepy the more they showed it- good job on the mask! The killer is pretty scary. Creepy stalker, Michael Myers-ish vibes. His motivation is just enough to keep the movie going. Sometimes a simple plot is just better and it worked here. The acting is good, the heroine and her friends were all pretty likable. There wasn't anything tragic, that we just HAD to be made aware of, going on with any of the characters and everyone just came across as normal young adults out for a night of fun. The <more>
atmosphere was great: music, fog, shadows, bright lights, scary Halloween props. I'm a major horror fan and this one stands out as one of the better slasher's I've seen in a long time!
You'll expect jump scares and get a few, but you don't expect the genuine suspense (by bob_meg)
Theme park based horror films have been around for a while, and the only one I can recall being remotely creepy was Tobe Hooper's The FunHouse back in the '80s. It's a tough thing to pull off as the nature of the plot is already so saturated in fake frights that when then real ones come around, they seldom provide much shock value. Until Gregory Plotkin's "Hell Fest," that is.Plotkin, a seasoned cutter most notably for Jordan Peele's innovative if not completely fresh Get Out is no studio schlep. He understands suspense and how to build it effectively. Most of <more>
the standard schlock is turned on it's head here... odd and difficult to pull off considering it's basically a slasher film. It's Old School in ways most younger directors couldn't comprehend. Plot points are dashed around like bread crumbs and arc gracefully through the entire length of the film... not just relating to story but characters, as well.Another anomaly for the genre... you actually like and root for these characters, yet that's not accomplished through brilliant dialogue, but by the naturalistic, flawed, vulnerable aspects these actors embody so genuinely most notably Amy Forsyth, who brings nearly as much heft to what should be a Damsel in Distress role as Jamie Lee Curtis did in Halloween '78 . You can actually picture these kids having lives outside of the world of Hell Fest because they allude to their foibles instead of merely reverting to hysterical meltdowns. It's a nice ensemble cast.As many people have mentioned, the sound design in Hell Fest is particularly fresh, subtle, and very disturbing the Dolby Atmos mix is one of the first uses of the technology that I've heard that doesn't draw attention to itself yet almost makes the movie .Every time you think you know what will happen... it sort of does, yet doesn't. Plotkin consistently confounds you, giving his generic masked killer stronger undertones of sadism than anything else, preferring to toy with his victims long before he butchers them. Lots of these scares you see coming... for minutes.... and they STILL work. It's the old Hitchcock "bomb under the table" scenario... it's much more terrifying because you see it coming and our heroes don't.Why Hell Fest hasn't gotten more notice outside of a really terrific notice from Mike Mazzanti of Film Stage is both mystifying and depressing. It's definitely a genre film, and you have to love horror to really get into. But for those of you who enjoy being played like a broken down piano in a crumbling hall of mirrors, you won't regret taking this ride.
Woaw what can I say? This movie is awesome. It felt like a great return to 80s horror. This is a spoilerfree review so I will just say this is a great horror movie which really takes the genre seriously. Everything about the movie is weird and suspenseful in a way that is neat and cool in horror movies. Also it introduces a new kind of monster and has loads of subliminal and highly intelligent themes. Truly the dream of any true horror fan. The movie is a sort of quality version of The Houses October Built and unlike 90s horror like Scream this movie takes the horror genre seriously.
Cool retro horror (by darylanders)
I probably can't add much more here, but I felt I had to step in to push aside the haters. I love a good slasher flick and this film really hits the spot! Great costume design and soundtrack too! Highly recommended.
Enjoy this movie (by kayley_orebaugh)
Although this is not the BEST slasher film I've ever seen by a long shot, it was such a a fun ride for a slasher fan like me. I enjoyed every second of this movie. I laughed a ton, at the dad-joke humor, and at the very obvious hints at classic horror films. I thought the movie was going one way and I was wrong, and I liked that. I really enjoyed the gore in this movie because it wasn't over the top, but it was still there, and it was still good enough to make me smile. And like I said, I laughed a ton, because I had a great time watching this movie. Yes, the up-tight critics say this <more>
movie has no character development/plot/story. But that's exactly what made me love this movie so much. Hell Fest is a breath of fresh air amongst all the disappointing "scary" movies of my generation. I had a smile on my face during the entire 90 minutes of this film, and in today's standards of "slasher" films, this one guarantees a good time.