Rent Scare Attraction (2019)

1.6 of 5 from 49 ratings
1h 13min
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'Love Nest' reality TV stars Peter (Elliot Cable) and Susie (Primrose Bigwood) attend a Halloween 'Scare Attraction' arranged by their manager. When they arrive, they're disappointed to discover the event is run by a group of terrible amateur dramatic actors. After touring the scare attraction they are led into an escape room, where they are locked in. Suddenly the escape room turns deadly as gas leaks in leaving them unconscious. When they awake, the reality TV stars find themselves bound and trapped in individual chairs. A voice tells them they must tell a truth or die. Who will survive the real scare attraction?
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Steven M. Smith
Steven M. Smith
101 Films
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Run Time:
73 minutes
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9

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Minus 10 out of 10 - the worst film you'll ever see - Guaranteed - Scare Attraction review by AER

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Updated 12/12/2019

Please avoid this filmmaker. His no-budget efforts have hit an all time low. This is an incoherent shambles. Unscary, repetitve and just a shade over 1 hour long (which was a good point). Horrendous acting from lead Jon-Paul Gates - perhaps the worst performer in employment - he should have his equity card revoked. Bad acting honours are hotly competed for and it looks like it includes footage of real-life people who were stupid enough to pay to see a ghost. Maybe their entrance fee got used to pay for the 10p the director and crew spent on props.

Historically woeful, this is an all-time low for one of the very worst filmmakers ever to have learnt how to unscrew a lense cap. Cr*p of the highest order.

You will have wished you had just sat and watched one of those Michael Winner-starring insurance adverts on a four hour loop.

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