Amusement
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Amusement

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Director: John Simpson

Cast: John Simpson, Keir O'Donnell, Katheryn Winnick, Laura Breckenridge

     
 

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When three females are brought together as part of a malevolent plan, their worst fears soon become a terrifying reality in a dark thriller from writer Jake Wade Wall and director John Simpson. A traumatized woman being questioned by a cop and a psychiatrist realizes that a clown, a hotel, and a convoy…  See more details below

Overview

When three females are brought together as part of a malevolent plan, their worst fears soon become a terrifying reality in a dark thriller from writer Jake Wade Wall and director John Simpson. A traumatized woman being questioned by a cop and a psychiatrist realizes that a clown, a hotel, and a convoy could hold the secret of stopping a relentless serial killer before he strikes again. As children they were best friends; as adults Tabitha, Shelby, and Lisa have wandered separate life paths. Now, inside a chilly prison chamber, three women and a group of other potential victims must fight for their lives, or lie down and die for another's amusement.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/20/2009
UPC:
0794043123276
Original Release:
2008
Rating:
R
Source:
New Line Home Video
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Time:
1:25:00
Sales rank:
52,784

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Keir O'Donnell Actor
Katheryn Winnick Tabitha
Laura Breckenridge Actor
Jessica Lucas Lisa
Tad Hilgenbrinck Rob
Reid Scott Actor
Shauna Duggins Actor

Technical Credits
John Simpson Director
Marco Beltrami Score Composer
Bob Berney Executive Producer
Neal Edelstein Producer
Merideth Finn Executive Producer
Mike Macari Producer
Udi Nedivi Co-producer
Johanna Ray Casting
Craig Stearns Production Designer
Jake Wade Wall Screenwriter
Chris Willingham Editor
Debbie Wiseman Score Composer

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Amusement
1. Bingo! A Convoy. [5:59]
2. Pit Stop Detour. [3:13]
3. Truck Terror. [4:05]
4. Wrong Pick. [4:07]
5. Upstairs Noises. [4:16]
6. Doll House. [3:43]
7. Clown Around. [3:06]
8. Really Big One. [2:49]
9. Pointed Pursuit. [2:55]
10. Not a Funny Sight. [2:28]
11. Missing Roommate. [5:40]
12. All Beds Full. [3:42]
13. Song and a Surprise [4:12]
14. On the Inside. [3:07]
15. Horror Under the Covers. [4:53]
16. Briar Hills Connection. [3:48]
17. Squeeze Play. [3:59]
18. Human Art Projects. [4:08]
19. Striking Back. [2:05]
20. One On One. [4:55]
21. That Was Funny. [2:22]
22. End Credits. [4:55]

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Amusement 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
mlobb More than 1 year ago
Overall I think this movie was very well done for the most part. The story was original in comparison to the neverending cycle of sequals and prequals of any movie that made a buck. Clown scene is super creepy. I think my only gripe is with the ending (I won't be specific to ruin it). I loved the final situation to make the ending, but it rather than just let it end on a non-given let your mind wonder type ending the movie chickens out and gives you a lame last part for those who NEED closure to like a movie. Oh and maybe it's just me, but I'm almost positive a couple areas of the movie are from the same set of Saw movies. *my 2 cents*