funhouse

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fun house

also fun·house (fŭn′hous′)
n.
A building or an attraction in an amusement park or a carnival that features various devices intended to surprise, frighten, bewilder, or amuse.

funhouse

(ˈfʌnˌhaʊs)
n
an attraction at a funfair, carnival, etc, with a variety of entertainments such as clowns and distorting mirrors
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Haunting and eerie, Miraculum Monstrum is a fun-house mirror where past, present, and future bounce off one another.
But since his death, it has been tweaked to be a kind of fun-house attraction, and some people will do anything to make the ride last longer.
Like an early Woody Allen character stretched through a fun-house mirror, Stephen Merchant plays a haplessly girl-obsessed, amiable loser in "Hello Ladies," an HBO series that's occasionally amusing but as conceptually slim as its leading man.
The hotelier, three of whose hotels have shut along with three fun-house playgrounds, had launched a bid to take over the club earlier this year.
It's also true that their foreign policy differences were exaggerated in the fun-house mirror of the primary campaign.
The story of the Panama Canal is like a fun-house mirror reflection of the extremes of colonial mentality.
These included the fast hard rock ride, helter skelter and fun-house.
Saunders says he draws a picture of the world that is "inconsistently distorted, more fun-house mirror than shrinking ray .
Du's fun-house socialist realism leaves us in a space between two unrealities, torn between the attraction of phenomenal immediacy and the benefits of contemplative distance.
Add to this dizzy market the confusion over the disparity in PMG volume figures as published by several firms, and it all comes out to a real fun-house adventure.
Doorway beads, funky wall art, teen-developed mural and collages, snow globes, mini Zen gardens, aquariums, and fun-house mirrors--these are all ideas in the book that will get you thinking.
The hotels are fairy-tale, childhood, fun-house, spage-age, nature, and even avian themed.