THE FUNHOUSE
1981, Universal, 96 min, USA, Dir: Tobe Hooper

This stylish and atmospheric slasher from American master of horror Tobe Hooper centers on four teenagers who unwisely set up camp at a carnival funhouse for a night of cheap thrills. The sleepover quickly becomes a deadly nightmare as the kids realize they are being stalked by a ghastly carnival freak - who shows no lack of creativity when it comes to carnival props doubling as slaughter weapons.


POLTERGEIST
1982, Warner Bros., 114 min, USA, Dir: Tobe Hooper

The Freeling family’s normal life is shattered when malevolent forces kidnap 5-year-old Carol Anne (Heather O’Rourke), forcing her desperate parents to seek assistance from a team of academic ghost hunters and a wacky psychic dwarf. With Craig T. Nelson, JoBeth Williams, Dominique Dunne, Beatrice Straight and Zelda Rubenstein.


THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE
1974, MPI Media, 83 min, USA, Dir: Tobe Hooper

One of the best American horror films of all time. After hearing of a cemetery desecration, Marilyn Burns and friends go on a jaunt in the broiling Texas countryside to check on her grandparents’ graves, only to become stranded at the rural home of a family of inbred cannibals. Director Tobe Hooper expertly escalates the horror until you can’t stand it anymore!


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