Synopsis: A group of horror fans find themselves unwilling participants in a nightmarish role playing game that pays homage to a classic horror film.
Genre: Fantasy, Horror
Director(s): Douglas Schulze
Production: Anchor Bay Entertainment
95 min

- Hi.

- Let me guess.


Yeah. How did...

How'd you...

Yeah, right. Russell.

You guys been here before?

- Eighth year.

- I haven't...


I like it. This is my fifth.

- I'm sure I've seen you before.

- Yeah. Yeah, you probably have.

This is kind of a new look for me.

What do ya think?

It looks... it looks good.

- Thanks.

- Lt looks real good.

So hey, listen.

I know of a little party going on

this evening if you guys are interested.

- Hell, yeah, we interested.

- You know what?

Thanks for the invite,

but we actually...

we're not going to be able to make it

because we got like a three-hour drive...


We would...

we would love to go.

Cool. Just don't mention it

to anyone.

It's invite only.

Very exclusive.

All right.

So will you be there?

I guess you'll have to come

and find out.

Okay. Okay.

L'ma come and find out.

Yes, I will.

- What was she on?

- Yes, I will.

- Did you see that?

- What was she on?

What are you on?

We can't go to a party.

- I'm on that. That's what I'm on.

- Good. Go ahead.

- I can't go to a party.

- Why can't you go?

Because I have to go to work

because I value my job.

- You can call a day off.

- I can't call a day off.

- You can make up something.

- Listen, I'm not going.

I think we're lost.

I think we should just go home.

How did I know

you were gonna say that?

- How did I know that?

- Clearly there's nothing down there.

"Clearly there's nothing

down there. " Yeah.

L... give me that. Let me see that.

Let me see the card.

- What is...

- It's hard to read the one part.

- Yeah, 'cause you sweated all over it.

- Okay, well, it's hot.

Maybe if you had an air conditioner,

I wouldn't be sweating so much.

- Maybe it wouldn't be a problem.

- Wow. Maybe if you had a car,

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