FUNHOUSE, THE


THE FUNHOUSE
Classic horror director Tobe Hooper delivers another great horror movie that for awhile was mistakenly placed on the video nasties list in confusion with another movie with a similar title. Four teenagers on a double date head for the carnival passing through town although one of them was warned not to because of an incident some time before where two girls were found murdered nearby. While at the carnival one of them has the bright idea to spend the entire night inside the funhouse. They manage to get inside the funhouse and hide until closing. After a little fooling around, they witness the murder of the carnival fortune teller by the owner

  • Bill Stephens

    This movie has one of the best music soundtracks ever written for a horror film. The composer, John Beal, really completed the painting for Tobe Hooper on this one.