Broke Horror Fan presents The Amusement Park on limited edition, fully functional VHS!

Directed by master of horror George A. Romero, the long-lost 1975 movie was recently discovered and restored. Intended to be an educational film about elder abuse and ageism, it plays more like a psychological nightmare.

The Amusement Park arrives on VHS in a black clamshell case with two versions to choose from:

Standard Edition clamshell, with artwork by Aleksander Walijewski (1st picture)
Big Box Edition, with Walijewski’s art and a blue VHS tape* (2nd picture) –¬†SOLD OUT

Each tape includes an exclusive introduction from Suzanne Desrocher-Romero. Stay tuned after the movie for a special feature: a panel interview with Suzanne Desrocher-Romero, Sandra Schulberg, Greg Nicotero, and Daniel Kraus, moderated by Shudder’s Samuel Zimmerman.

For optimal VHS viewing, the film is present in its original 4:3 aspect ratio. It is officially licensed from RLJE Films and approved by the George A. Romero Foundation.

*This big box includes a high-gloss printed box that houses the clamshell with matching artwork.

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