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Scare Zone



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Uploaded by: FREEMAN

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Neil Brown Jr. Photo
Neil Brown Jr. as Spider
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Cynthia Murell as Summer II
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805.05 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 27 min
P/S 8 / 30
1.46 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 27 min
P/S 13 / 30

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by mneal-787-74398910 / 10

Awesome Flick!

My girlfriend and I LOVED IT! We saw SCARE ZONE in Orlando at a Horror convention and it was great. I think it won an award there. It's a perfect date horror flick - just enough comedy and quirky characters for girls and plenty of scares and gore to keep me happy. Definitely the best movie of the festival. If you're a hardcore slasher freak this may not be the movie for you. But if you're like most of us, this is just right. It's a scary, funny original who-done-it that keeps you guessing. We've all been through those haunted house attractions, and I always have had in the back of my mind the question of "what if one of these monsters actually killed me.? How long would it take for anyone to notice?" Well, we love going to Universal's Halloween Horror Nights and the fact that this was about a Haunted House and was shot at HHNs is way cool.

After the screening of the movie we met the Director and Producer of SCARE ZONE in a Q & A. Turns out Arian Ash, the lead, was in Tigerland and the dude who plays "Spider" has been in a lot of other stuff too. He MADE the role of "Spider." They had a great supporting cast too. I highly recommend this movie! Two thumbs up.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca2 / 10

Halloween house spoofery

SCARE ZONE is another worthless indie comedy horror set in and around a Halloween house. A bunch of goofballs open said attraction with a few to attracting scare-loving teenagers. Exhibits include a token blonde bimbo and a Jason Vorhees imitator. However, their fun is complicated by the arrival of a real-life serial killer with murder in mind. It's a goofy little film, unfunny, with a really cheeseball approach.

Reviewed by Jonny_Numb1 / 10

It's the Stupidity, Stupid

I consider the dubious honor of this first IMDb review as a chance to issue a warning to the general horror-going population: I saw "Scare Zone" at Philadelphia's Terror Film Festival last October, and have been trying to scrub the stupidity out of my cranium ever since. What is it about truly bad movies (not the ones that at least make an effort, despite their ineptitude, to be entertaining) that leave such an obnoxiously lasting impression? "Scare Zone" isn't the charming kind of cinematic badness that the late Ed Wood once specialized in; it's more in line with Ulli Lommel's endless output of DTV schlock. Centered around a string of murders that occur during the opening of the titular Halloween attraction, this would-be slasher, would-be send-up, would-be film hasn't a single original idea in its empty head, nor any idea how to build suspense or elicit genuine scares. The cast is a forgettable collection of mannequin-level cannon fodder, walking clichés with no traits of distinction. The script is utterly clueless in developing any sense of mystery, and the dialog is filled with painfully flat one-liners (note to the director: putting a hyperactive guy with an ersatz-British accent in your film does not make you Monty Python). Even worse: the film assumes that all disenfranchised girls who wear black have a proclivity for self-mutilation; the final reveal hinges on this disgustingly exploitative (and utterly unnecessary) plot thread, that exists only to draw attention to its alleged shock value. While the practical makeup FX are executed with some skill, they can't come anywhere close to obscuring the fact that "Scare Zone" is not the work of a devoted genre fan, but the depressing hackwork of a cynical product-pusher. The audience I saw this with made a beeline for the exit once the credits started to roll, eschewing any Q&A that might have followed. Consider yourself warned.

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