The Amusement Park


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A seemingly ordinary day at an amusement park turns into a living nightmare for an elderly man.

Matt Roush

Matt Roush says...

The horror hub has acquired rights to a long-missing artifact from the early archives of Night of the Living Dead’s late George A. Romero. The Amusement Park, commissioned by the Lutheran Society but apparently never released because of its harrowing content, is an allegory about ageism and elderly abuse. Filmed in 1973 between Romero’s zombie classics, Night of the Living Dead and Dawn of the Dead, the recently discovered and restored film stars Lincoln Maazel (Martin) as a disoriented elderly gentleman whose visit to a chaotic amusement park becomes a surreal nightmare.

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