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Scare Zone (2009)

  • Rate: 6.2/10 total 14 votes 
  • Genre: Horror
  • Filming Location: Orlando, Florida, USA
  • Director: Jon Binkowski
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Scare Zone (2009)

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  • IMDb page: Scare Zone (2009)
  • Rate: 6.2/10 total 14 votes 
  • Genre: Horror
  • Filming Location: Orlando, Florida, USA
  • Director: Jon Binkowski
  • Stars: Arian Waring Ash, Chris Burns and Neil Brown Jr.|See full cast and crew
  • Original Music By: Stephen O'Conner   

Writing Credits By:

    (in alphabetical order)

  • Jon Binkowski  writer

Known Trivia

    Plot: Scare Zone is OLIVER's pride and joy. Sure, it's just another strip-mall Halloween Horror House, but as always… See more » |  »

    Story: Scare Zone is OLIVER's pride and joy. Sure, it's just another strip-mall Halloween Horror House, but as always, he's put his heart and soul into it. The attraction is open for three nights only, and Oliver has brought back his old staff, including ex-con Spider, eager bride-to-be Summer, and the enigmatic Goth princess Claire. A bunch of newbies are also on board, including earnest young Darryl, who immediately finds himself bewitched by the creepy Claire. The dysfunctional 'scream team' learns to work together while someone or some-thing is out to make the horror REAL.Written by Stephen DeWoody  

    FullCast & Crew

    Produced By:

    • Patty Bender known as associate producer
    • Shona Binkowski known as executive producer
    • Matt Durfee known as producer
    • Steven Goodwin known as executive producer
    • Ben Kupfer known as executive producer
    • Ben Kupfer known as producer
    • Tim Powell known as associate producer
    • Sunil Shah known as executive producer

    FullCast & Crew:

    • Arian Waring Ash known as Claire
    • Chris Burns known as Daryl
    • Neil Brown Jr. known as Spider
    • Simon Needham known as Oliver
    • Tom Akos known as Plumber
    • Kevin Allen known as Geek 3
    • Karl Anthony known as Dad
    • Kaleigh Baugh known as Flyer girl
    • Patty Bender known as Sandy
    • Bill Bernhardt known as Kissing Couple
    • Georgia Bernhardt known as Kissing Couple
    • Gina Blair known as Airbrush Monster Girl 1
    • Southey Blanton known as Vandal 1
    • Justin Bowen known as Bart
    • Kelly Brock known as Spattered Teen Girl 2
    • Preston Canavan known as Dead Boy
    • Chloe Cleghorn known as Spattered Teen Girl 4
    • Stephen DeWoody known as Christmas Shopkeeper
    • Dustin Dyson known as Vandal 2
    • Michele Feren known as Summer
    • Amber Freeman known as Amber
    • Taylor Hanson known as Geek 3
    • Judy Kaie known as Angry Handbag Lady
    • Jillian Kinsman known as Bart's Mom
    • Devin Kruger known as Spattered Teen Girl 1
    • Daryan Lashley known as Crowd Tosser Girl
    • Jim Lashley known as Crowd Tosser Man
    • Peyton Lee known as Tyler
    • Jessica Londono known as Airbrush Monster Girl 3
    • Jesse Malinowski known as Jake
    • Pat Mccahon known as PJ
    • Adam Milicevic known as Bully
    • Jim H. Miranda known as Jesus
    • Cynthia Murell known as Summer II (scenes deleted)
    • Manuela Necker known as Airbrush Monster Girl 2
    • James Nguyen known as Vandal 3
    • David Thomas O'Donnell known as Geek 2
    • Lauren O'Quinn known as Onlooker's Girl
    • Emily Onimus known as Young Claire
    • Jessica Potter known as Gift Shop Teen Girl
    • Tim Powell known as Rod Steele (scenes deleted)
    • Jason Nathaniel Powers known as Lively Screaming Spectator
    • Laura Alexandra Ramos known as Flyer Girl (as Laura Ramos)
    • Kevin Riley known as Guy 2
    • Juan Santos known as Pablo
    • Justin Smith known as Onlooker
    • Michaela Stamm known as Margo
    • Brittany Stape known as Spattered Teen Girl 3
    • Adonis Stevens known as Gawker
    • Hank Stone known as Heckler
    • Nils Taranger known as Gift Shop Teen Boy
    • Matt Turner known as Extra
    • Jordan Wall known as Guy 1
    • Leigh Anne West known as Tracy (as Leigh Ann Wolfe)
    • Howard Winn known as Groundskeeper
    • Jordan Woods-Robinson known as Geek 1
    • Benjamin Mainville known as Extra (uncredited)



    Supporting Department

    Makeup Department:
    • Nicole Gilbert known as assistant makeup artist
    • Ashley Hooker known as makeup department head

    Art Department:

    • Ashley Arthur known as on-set properties
    • Stephen Dewoody known as set designer
    • David Jordan known as scenic foreman
    • Niskam Lidik known as construction grip




    Production Companies:

    • FWC Pictures



    Other Stuff

    Visual Effects by:
    • Vincent Baskerville known as visual effects supervisor
    • Terry Briegel known as visual effects producer

    Release Date:



      Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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      1. mneal-787-743989 from United States
        15 Sep 2012, 6:44 am

        My girlfriend and I LOVED IT! We saw SCARE ZONE in Orlando at a Horrorconvention and it was great. I think it won an award there. It's aperfect date horror flick – just enough comedy and quirky charactersfor girls and plenty of scares and gore to keep me happy. Definitelythe best movie of the festival. If you're a hardcore slasher freak thismay not be the movie for you. But if you're like most of us, this isjust right. It's a scary, funny original who-done-it that keeps youguessing. We've all been through those haunted house attractions, and Ialways have had in the back of my mind the question of "what if one ofthese monsters actually killed me.? How long would it take for anyoneto notice?" Well, we love going to Universal's Halloween Horror Nightsand the fact that this was about a Haunted House and was shot at HHNsis way cool.

        After the screening of the movie we met the Director and Producer ofSCARE ZONE in a Q & A. Turns out Arian Ash, the lead, was in Tigerlandand the dude who plays "Spider" has been in a lot of other stuff too.He MADE the role of "Spider." They had a great supporting cast too. Ihighly recommend this movie! Two thumbs up.

      2. Jonny_Numb from Hellfudge, Pennsylvania
        15 Sep 2012, 6:44 am

        I consider the dubious honor of this first IMDb review as a chance toissue a warning to the general horror-going population: I saw "ScareZone" at Philadelphia's Terror Film Festival last October, and havebeen trying to scrub the stupidity out of my cranium ever since. Whatis it about truly bad movies (not the ones that at least make aneffort, despite their ineptitude, to be entertaining) that leave suchan obnoxiously lasting impression? "Scare Zone" isn't the charming kindof cinematic badness that the late Ed Wood once specialized in; it'smore in line with Ulli Lommel's endless output of DTV schlock. Centeredaround a string of murders that occur during the opening of the titularHalloween attraction, this would-be slasher, would-be send-up, would-befilm hasn't a single original idea in its empty head, nor any idea howto build suspense or elicit genuine scares. The cast is a forgettablecollection of mannequin-level cannon fodder, walking clichés with notraits of distinction. The script is utterly clueless in developing anysense of mystery, and the dialog is filled with painfully flatone-liners (note to the director: putting a hyperactive guy with anersatz-British accent in your film does not make you Monty Python).Even worse: the film assumes that all disenfranchised girls who wearblack have a proclivity for self-mutilation; the final reveal hinges onthis disgustingly exploitative (and utterly unnecessary) plot thread,that exists only to draw attention to its alleged shock value. Whilethe practical makeup FX are executed with some skill, they can't comeanywhere close to obscuring the fact that "Scare Zone" is not the workof a devoted genre fan, but the depressing hackwork of a cynicalproduct-pusher. The audience I saw this with made a beeline for theexit once the credits started to roll, eschewing any Q&A that mighthave followed. Consider yourself warned.

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