The Funhouse

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Released 1981

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Director:
Tobe Hooper
Released:
1981
Rating:
R
The Funhouse is a 1981 American horror film written by Lawrence Block, directed by Tobe Hooper, and starring Elizabeth Berride, Shawon Carson, and Jeanne Austin. The film tells the story of four teenagers on a double date that visit a local carnival. When they venture inside the funhouse, the quickly discover that there is no way out. The monster that lurks within the funhouse then slowly kills each of the teenagers, leaving only our hero to find his way out before it's too late. Hooper most famously directed The Texas Chainsaw Massacre as well as Eaten Alive. Both films were highly acclaimed, where as Funhouse received poor reviews.

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Kevin Conway

Kevin Conway

Freak Show Barker / Strip Show Barker / Funhouse Barker

Sylvia Miles

Sylvia Miles

Madame Zena

Elizabeth Berridge

Elizabeth Berridge

Amy Harper

Cooper Huckabee

Cooper Huckabee

Buzz Dawson

Miles Chapin

Miles Chapin

Richie

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Categories

Drama, Horror, Suspense

Themes

Teen Terror, Slashers, Cult, Creatures & Monsters, B-Movie Horror