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||IMDB Rating: 4.7/10 from 1,255 votes
||Release: 12 September 2006 (Canada) /
||Director: Sean S. Cunningham,
||Stars: Dick Miller, Glynis Davies, Henry Gibson, Jayce Bartok, John Saxon, Ken Russell, Lara Harris, Michèle-Barbara Pelletier, Mina E. Mina, Rachel Veltri, Richard Ian Cox, Rob deLeeuw, Scott Heindl, Scott Lowell, Winston Rekert
||Synopsis: The actress Phoebe Kane and her boyfriend Andy, the architect Henry and his wife Julia, the former director Leo and Nathalie receive an invitation for a VIP Tour in the Ultra Studios. When they see the spooky house where the missing director Desmond Hacker filmed "Hysteria", they ask their tour guide to stop the car to visit the infamous house. In a moment, they find that they are trapped in a room without any exit and the guide suggests them to tell the scariest experience of each one like in "Hysteria". Each one tells a spooky tale until they finally discover the end of their stories. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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I saw this one at the Midnight Madness screening in Toronto and I have
to say I was thoroughly entertained. Before the film the producer
mentioned he wanted to bring back an Amicus-style anthology film, which
it definitely captures the feeling of, however with a very
distinctively Japanese feel (most notably in Sean Cunningham's episode)
as well as a twinge of Cronenberg-style body horror.
It's great to see Ken Russell back shooting films for the big screen
where he belongs and his episode is complete and total obsessive
madness where you can tell that he had as much fun making it as I had
watching it. Cannibalistic breasts may not be the subtlest of images,
but if you go with it you'll have a blast.
The next episode is what might possible be the best and most
experimental Sean Cunningham film ever made. Combining animation with
some rather shocking scenes of necrophilia and traditional Japanese
horror imagery, the episode is both surprising and creepy. It's quite
bold and radical, entirely different from anything Cunningham has done
The Monte Hellman episode, that was lauded at Cannes, is a cool change
of pace for the film, displaying a deep love of cinema history as well
as adding a haunting twist to the mythology of the moving image.
And finally, the last episode from newcomer John Gaeta is an extremely
well made body horror story that's based on a semi-true story (as we
learned from the Midnight Madness Q+A) about a woman's fraternal link
with her mother's tapeworm. This is one of the most original and
interesting stories of the movie that features great concepts and
The Joe Dante directed wrap around segments are suitably amusing (even
get a Dick Miller cameo) and it's fantastic as always to see John Saxon
do his thing.
Writer and producer Dennis Bartok has been able to round up some of
cinema's heroes and give them an opportunity to do something different.
His screenplay is very consistent however in retaining a singular and
entertaining voice between the different personalities of the
This is the kind of film you should just sit back, relax and enjoy as a
sometimes subversive, but always quirky trip into the genre. It seethes
with pure adoration for the movies, without falling into forced
I, for one, had a blast watching it.
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, Glynis Davies
, Henry Gibson
, Jayce Bartok
, John Saxon
, Ken Russell
, Lara Harris
, Michèle-Barbara Pelletier
, Mina E. Mina
, Rachel Veltri
, Richard Ian Cox
, Rob deLeeuw
, Scott Heindl
, Scott Lowell
, Winston Rekert
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