As someone who indulges in horror movies, I’m always aware that I may be wasting the next 90 minutes of my life on something terrible. Horror movies always seem to be hit or miss, with more misses than I care to talk about, but I was pleasantly surprised by 2018’s Hell Fest. My worst nightmare comes to life in the form of a serial killer finding his victims disguised as a scare-actor in a Halloween festival that could be a knockoff of Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights. Though not a unique story, the movie sticks to the roots of older horror films where the focus is more on survival than trying to find the identity of the person trying to kill you. It’s not a perfect film, but it is one that was enjoyable and intriguing enough to merit a sequel.