Stalking and bloodletting
HALLOWEEN – the one time of year when even the stuffiest among us can let out our inner monster. But some people are more prone to demonic behaviour than others.
Take the hoodie-sporting, frightmask-wearing, “Pop Goes the Weasel”whistling cut-throat (Stephen Conroy) at the centre of the lacklustre Hell
Fest. He has a habit of stalking and stabbing teens. One unlucky gal gets offed before the opening credits have finished rolling: she’s hung, bloodied and battered among the plastic prop bodies in an amusement park haunted house, only to be discovered three days later.
The girl’s death quickly becomes urban legend, a gleefully gory story shared between college friends Natalie (Amy Forsyth) and Brooke (Reign Edwards). This is all an unwitting prelude to their own night of terror at a carnival known as Hell Fest.
Evil Hoodie Man initially keeps his distance,and then the bloodletting begins.
As Hell Fest comes to a close,
Evil Hoodie Man pulls a Michael Myers disappearing act. |
Hollywood Reporter | African News Agency (ANA)
A MASKED serial killer turns a horror-themed amusement park into his personal playground in Hell Fest.