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Erin Wright and her best friend, Marty, are told by her father that the new amusement-park ride based on their favorite horror movie franchise, the Shocker on Shock Street films, is opening soon. Seeing that he's the engineer, they are also told that they will be the first two kids to ride it, and to test it out. Ecstatic, Erin and Marty definitely attest to the fact that the ride is doing its job, until the tram suddenly and mysteriously stops. Marty and Erin, peaked by curiosity, explore the inner workings of the ride, and find that the "monsters" used as the ride's props, seem a bit too real...
Erin Wright and her best friend, Marty, enter a room filled with a variety of gruesome and daunting models of creatures. As they explore, they realize that the props are all from Shocker on Shock Street
films, their favorite movie franchise. Further dialouge between the two lets us know that the room is actually the office of Erin's father. Supposedly, he creates the monsters for the Shocker on Shock Street
films. They stumble upon a new creature that they've never seen before, and comment on its realism. When Marty describes how he gets a morbid type of vibe from being the room, Erin assures him that they're fake. As the two move to another part of the room, the creature that they just stopped and noticed begins to move. A mechanical wolf's hand on the counter below them shifts a finger. The creature moves, and Erin hears it. She calls out, asking who's there, but gets no response. Marty, meanwhile, is studying the wolf's head that the mechanical hand belongs to. The hand begins to move closer to their position. They now become aware of the hand, as it latches on to Erin's wrist, causing her to begin to scream. They try to pull it off, but its grip is too strong...Read the full recap
Erin: Everything wants... to live.
Marty: Even robots.
Mr. Wright: I create the monsters that give children nightmares.