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Their wildest dreams are your worst nightmares...
Thirteen of the most acclaimed directors of horror and suspense have gathered from around the world to tell their darkest dreams in their own distinctive styles. Each film is a stand-alone exercise in horror, made by the creative talent behind some of the most horrifying and groundbreaking cinema of all time...
This first volume of Series 2 contains the following 7 films:
Pelts (Dir. Dario Argento): Meatloaf stars as Jake, a sleazy furrier whose obsession for a lesbian stripper named Shannon results in his attempting to make the finest fur ever for her to wear at an upcoming fur trade show. John Saxon (Tenebre) plays a trapper who comes through for Jake by setting traps in sacred raccoon territory to capture the most beautiful animals imaginable. However, as these raccoons are magical guardians of a lost raccoon city, they curse all associated with the deaths of their brethren with the desire to commit gory suicides using techniques employed in the manufacturing of fur coats.
Pro-Life (Dir. John Carpenter): Fifteen-year old Angelique (Caitlin Wachs) Burcell has been raped by the devil, and seeks an abortion at the local abortion clinic in this homage to Rosemary's Baby. Unfortunately, her right wing Christian father, Dwayne (Ron Perlman), is not only pro-life, but also has a psychotic belief that she is about to birth God's child which justifies fighting his way into the clinic with guns to prevent Angelique's operation.
Family (Dir. John Landis): A young married couple (Meredith Monroe and Matt Keeslar) move into a new home in a new city and find out that their neighbour (George Wendt) is not what he seems.
Right To Die (Dir. Rob Schmidt): Martin Donovan is a philandering dentist whose wife is left disfigured and near death after a fiery car wreck. As a debate rages between Donovan, his wife's family, and various factions of the "right to life" community, the wife's spirit wreaks gruesome vengeance on those seek to exploit her agony for their own purposes.
The Screwfly Solution (Dir. John Dante): When a virus overcomes the male population and causes them to attack women, scientists Jason Priestly and Elliott Gould struggle to find a solution. The situation rapids erupts into a global epidemic, and Priestley's wife (Kerry Norton) must fend for herself and their daughter in a world that wants her dead at all costs.
The Black Cat (Dir. Stuart Gordon): The great Edgar Allen Poe (Jeffrey Combs) is out of inspiration, short on cash and is tormented by a black cat who will either destroy his sanity or spur him to write one of his greatest horror stories ever.
Valerie On The Stairs (Dir. Mick Garris): A young writer moves into an apartment complex and whilst working on his novel, he sees visions of a beautiful woman on the stairs. Who is she, and what do the other tenants know about her?
- Certificate 18 years and over
- Year 2006
- Languages English
- Duration 6 Hours and 20 Minutes (approx)