Sam Mason-Bell, Tony Newton for Trash Arts, Vestra Pictures
directed by Sam Mason Bell, Jason Figgis, Tony Newton, Matt Cloude, George James Fraser, Luc Bernier, Jenn Nangle, Matt Fisher
starring Sam Baker, Simon Berry, Greg Boyea, Vas Brown, Spencer Craig, Deborah Dutch, Mathew Fisher, Brett Gustafson, Donna Hamblin, Robbie Hampstead, Ken Holmes, Christopher J. Long, Alice Mulholland, Jennifer Nangle, Tony Newton, Martin W. Payne, Katie Petkiewich, Clare Sibley, Tom Thomond, Colton Wheeler
written by Tony Newton, Mathew Fisher, Jennifer Nangle
There are many ways to die in this anthology movie, and its approach to
the subject varies significantly throughout, from the very ironic
wraparound sequence featuring the "Butcher" (Simon Berry)
leading through the show while cutting up his victim, through the perverse
imitation of a kiddie show represented in the segments featuring the
creepy Mr Smeagle (Robbie Hampstead), the several little shockers that are
more gory moodpieces than actual narrative shorts, to (in a good way) old
fashioned short stories like the one with the hung over women (Donna
Hamblin, Deborah Dutch) discussing what to do with their hit-and-run
victim, or the one of a mother telling her daughter how she came into this
world - and its not what you think.
Now even if this movie's
very eclectic in approach, with some segments working better than others,
the rather short running time of all the little stories makes sure that
one is kept pleasently and bloodily entertained, and whatever one might
think about one individual short, one can always be sure that some shock
of one's own liking is just around the corner - and in that respect, this
film is just great fun, with something for pretty much every horror fan to
love and cherish!
review © by Mike Haberfelner
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