Hell Fest

1 hr 29 min

R

Fun Getting In. Hell Getting Out.

A masked serial killer turns a horror-themed amusement park into his own personal playground, terrorizing a group of friends while the rest of the patrons believe that it is all part of the show.

  • Pre-show and trailers run for approximately 20 minutes before the movie starts.1 hr 29 minR
  • Horror
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Cast & Crew

  • AMY FORSYTH

    AMY FORSYTHNatalie

    An Ontario native, Actress Amy Forsyth's love for performing arts began with ballet at her local dance studio in Stouffville, a small town Northeast of Toronto. She later transitioned to musical theatre and following ten years of performing, signed with an agent to explore film and television. In 2018, Amy starred in CBS Studios' horror film Hell Fest (2018), directed by Paranormal Activity's Gregory Plotkin. It's a film about a masked serial killer who turns a horror-themed amusement park into his own personal Halloween slaughterhouse. Amy will also be seen in a supporting role alongside Steve Carrell and Timothée Chalamet in the Plan B film Beautiful Boy (2018), in which Amy plays a teenage drug addict who Carrell enlists to help him find his missing son. It is set to premiere October 12th. Amy's passions for musical theater and television recently merged in the form of a series regular role in NBC's critically-acclaimed series "RISE", playing Gwen Strickland, the queen bee of Stanton High School's theatre department. Amy also starred in the second season of Syfy's "Channel Zero", based on popular creepypastas with self-contained seasons similar to American Horror Story. Until recently she was best known for her role alongside Aaron Paul and Hugh Dancy in Hulu's "The Path" playing Ashley Fields.
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    REIGN EDWARDSBrooke

    Reign Edwards is an actress, known for Snowfall (2017), MacGyver (2016) and Hell Fest (2018).
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  • BEX TAYLOR-KLAUS

    BEX TAYLOR-KLAUSTaylor

    Bex Taylor-Klaus was born in August, 1994, a fourth generation Atlantan. She moved to LA to start her professional acting career while still in High School, and quickly landed her first role as a tough street kid named Bullet in season 3 of AMC's The Killing. Her performance was immediately met with critical acclaim. The New York Times referred to The Killing as "steadily one of the best-acted shows on television," and highlighted Bex's performance in this stand-out role. Since playing Bullet, Bex has worked steadily in TV and film. She is best known for her roles as Sin on CW's "Arrow," Audrey on MTV's "Scream," and perhaps her personal favorite, the voice of Pidge on Dreamwork's highly acclaimed reboot of "Voltron: Legendary Defender." She has also played the roles of Bronwyn in "The Last Witch Hunter," Amy Meyer on "The Librarians," Vivian in "Longmire," and Bex in the Season Finale of "Glee." She has also played the recurring roles of Lex in "House of Lies" and Teresa in "iZombie." Fans can look forward to seeing Bex in a recurring role of Dex Reynolds in HBO's "Here and Now" (to be released in 2018), as well as the role of Violet Paich in Harald Kloser's upcoming release of "Discarnate," and Director Anne Fletcher's upcoming release of "Dumplin'." Whether performing in drama, comedy, or horror, Bex loves breathing life into complex characters. She invites viewers to explore the nuances of life's emotions, whether getting in touch with their playful sides or exercising their demons. She writes, "to be an actor is to want to visit the dark places that humans strive so hard to stay away from." On a different kind of screen, Bex curates a robust social media presence (Twitter: iBexweBex; Instagram: Bex_TK) and engages regularly with her eager fan-base. Off the screen, she enjoys Krav Maga, hiking, and hanging out with her family - by choice and by blood - especially her dogs, Bullet, Rocky, and Kat.
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    GREGORY PLOTKINDirector

  • Gale Anne Hurd

    Gale Anne HurdProducer

  • Gary Dauberman

    Gary DaubermanWriter

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