Funhouse is a 1981 US horror by Tobe Hooper. See IMDb
Passed 15 uncut for:
Previously it was surprisingly labelled as a video nasty. It was added to the DPP list of video nasties in September 1984 but was dropped in June 1985. It is not a particularly violent film and it has been suggested that the video appears on the list due to a confusion with another film Last House on Dead End Street that is also known as The Fun House.
From promotional material:
Something is Alive in the Funhouse
The carnival is a place for fun and laughter, but not for Amy and her friends. When their childish dare to stay all night in the spooky funhouse backfires, it leaves a trail of dismembered teenagers a mile long in Tobe Hooper’s classic video nasty era slasher.
Will anyone escape the clutches of the stumbling madman that stalks to sideshow? Is there no end to the carnival barkers chilling sadism? The only way to find out is ascend into the funhouse, where the games have no rules and the only prize on offer is a grisly demise.
Join us in The Funhouse. So much fun that you’ll never leave…Alive!
Arrowdrome is a fleapit selected library of cult films; violent, horrific, sleazy, exploitative.
- a reversible sleeve of original artwork
- a collector’s booklet by author Kim Newman!
- an interview with director Tobe Hooper