Dark Ride movie
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  • There is no one really remarkable or even interesting in this show, except for the murderer who looked the most authentic, with his mask

    • by Judith J Kay
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      Cast: Jamie-Lynn Sigler (Cathy), Patrick Renna (Bill), David Clayton Rogers (Steve), Alex Solowitz (Jim), Andrea Bogart (Jen), Jennifer Tiisdale (Liz), Dave Warden (Jonah)

      This has got to be one of the most inane movies I’ve ever seen. So maddening that I was hoping the murderer would do away with everyone in the cast.

      Years back, an amusement park featured the ‘Dark Ride’ that went through a dim tunnel, with frightening surprises that would spring up at you. A pair of twins was missing and turned


      up butchered. The police found fourteen bodies and apprehended the murderer, Jonah, who was kept imprisoned under heavy guard in an asylum. A decade later, Jonah escaped after being taunted by a pair of unsympathetic orderlies. He killed them, and ran back to the amusement park he knew so well.

      Meanwhile, a group of college kids – Steve, Bill, Jim, Cathy and Liz - planned to ride together in Jim’s truck for the spring break. They picked up a giddy hitchhiker ...


      • on the way. Bill suggested staying the night at the ‘Dark Ride’ at a re-opened amusement park to save on motel charges. Fearful things started happening, and the group were separated; some were trapped and killed. Cathy managed to get out and drove Jim’s truck through Jonah, who was on the verge of killing Jim. Jonah was nailed through some spikes on the wall. At this time, Bill appeared and told them that Jonah was his brother, who
        had been killing to entertain him since they were kids.

        There is no one really remarkable or even interesting in this show, except for the murderer who looked the most authentic, with his mask. The main characters were more like the supporting cast. Andrea Bogart as Jen is terribly silly I suppose her character called for someone playful – she came across as incredibly absurd. I did not have high expectations from this movie, but I was totally unprepared for the total senselessness.




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