The characters just wanted to enjoy their vacation and did nothing to provoke anyone. Four teenagers on a road trip decide to take a detour and find them selves at at haunted house halloween scream park deep in the woods of southern Kentucky. The kills and grue are fairly nasty, including a man being eaten by a dog, electrocutions, fingernails getting ripped off, stabbings and more. They stop at a gas station, where the attendant who is fucking hilarious recommend they hit up Talon Falls, a local haunt, as they pass through. So when I read the synopsis for Talon Falls, it reminded me slightly of The Funhouse Massacre, which is a film I love. After witnessing an assortment of torture and gore.
The main characters, with the exception of one, were all fairly likable and the cast did a great job with their respective roles. This got my expectations fairly high. Read on for a listing of streaming and cable services - including rental, purchase, and subscription alternatives - along with the availability of 'Talon Falls' on each platform. Check out the picture below to see what I mean. They must quickly figure a way out before they become the next live torture attraction.
The latest in this subgenre of films is Talon Falls, which centers on two couples who are on their way to a camping trip and are convinced to visit a haunt, where the patrons become part of the attraction. There were two things in this movie that genuinely unnerved me: The fact that they could murder people in front of customers, who were none the wiser, and that it was very clearly shown that these people have been at this for some time with no plans to stop. You probably already know what the movie's about, but just in case. The friends soon discover that the hyper realistic staged scares they are witnessing are very real and being performed on innocent victims by a clan of murderous lunatics that inhabit the park. Read on for my thoughts.
. They decide to give it a shot, which they soon find out was a really bad idea. Four teenagers on a road trip decide to take a detour and find them selves at at haunted house halloween scream park deep in the woods of southern Kentucky. The film was a co-production with the well-known Talon Falls Screampark located in Melber, Kentucky, where the movie was also shot. The film manages to be genuinely tense and unnerving. Tracking down a streaming service to buy, rent, download, or view the Joshua Shreve-directed movie via subscription can be a huge pain, so we here at Moviefone want to help you out. This sinister tale follows a group of teenagers as they visit a Halloween horror theme park featuring gruesome exhibits whose hosts are dressed to the horror nines.
The movie, which stars Morgan Wiggins, Ryan Rudolph, Jordyn Rudolph and Brad Bell, was written and directed by Joshua Shreve and produced by Shreve, Jeff Steinborn and Leslie Mills, and executive produced by Todd Ferren and Kent Hammond. Before they know it each one of hem is captured and made part of the horrific attraction they originally thought was all fun and games. The film goes on to add some torture elements to the slasher proceedings. It starts out like your standard slasher with a group of teens going on a trip. The kills are pretty brutal and nasty but never go too far over the top.
They also are fairly intelligent, working together with other patrons for their mutual benefit. So how was the film? After witnessing an assortment of torture and gore. Before they know it each one of them is captured and made part of the horrific attraction they originally thought was all fun and games. The movie was filmed in the actual Talon Falls Screampark in Kentucky, to add some realism. Released October 13th, 2017, 'Talon Falls' stars , , , The movie has a runtime of about 1 hr 14 min, and received a score of out of 100 on Metacritic, which assembled reviews from top critics. You can check it out for free if you have Amazon Prime. After witnessing an assortment of torture and gore, they start to wonder if what they are experiencing is a little too realistic.
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