From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
The Funhouse (USA 1981) is a Horror movie directed by Tobe Hooper.
- Contents: Watch Trailer | Review | Available DVDs | Available BluRays | Poster Art | Fun Facts
- Featured in: Trailer Trauma 3: 80s Horrorthon (BluRay) | Terror in The Aisles | Drive In Delirium: The New Batch (BluRay)
- External Links: IMDB | TMDB
- Even More Fun: Retrospective Funhouse interview with Tobe Hooper (external link)
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- Released in 1981
- Running Time: 96 min | Belgium:80 min (video version) | Sweden:90 min (cut)
- Production Co: Mace Neufeld Productions | Universal Pictures
- Distribution Co: Universal Pictures (1981) (USA) (theatrical) | Succéfilm AB (1983) (Sweden) (theatrical)
- Written by Lawrence Block
- Starring Elizabeth Berridge, Shawn Carson, Jeanne Austin, Jack McDermott
- Produced by Steven Bernhardt, Mark L. Lester, Brad Neufeld, Mace Neufeld, Derek Power
- Original Music by John Beal
- Cinematography by Andrew Laszlo
- Film Editing by Jack Hofstra
- Four teenagers visit a local carnival for a night of innocent amusement. They soon discover, however, that there is nothing innocent or amusing there at all.
Also Known as
- 'n afgrijselijk gebeuren (Netherlands)
- Carnaval del terror (Argentina)
- Carnival of Terror
- La Casa de los horrores (Spain)
- Das Kabinett des Schreckens (Germany)
- Kummitusjuna (Finland)
- Massacres dans le train fantôme (France)
- Il Tunnel dell'orrore (Italy)
- To Tunnel tou tromou (Greece)
- Something is alive in the funhouse...something that has the form of a human, but not the face...something that feeds off the flesh and blood of young innocents...
- Something is alive in the funhouse...something that, tonight, will turn the funhouse into a carnival of terror!
- Pay to get in. PRAY to get out.
- Something is alive in the funhouse!
- From The Director Who Brought You The "Texas Chain Saw Massacre"