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Tales from Parts Unknown

USA 2020
produced by
Cameron McCasland, Larry Underwood, Ronald Harry Dunn (executive), Faith Diane Dunn (executive) for Red Headed Revolution Pictures, Dunn & Dunn Productions, Shackle Island Productions
directed by Cameron McCasland
starring wraparound segment: Larry Underwood; segment Tailypo: David Chattam, Joseph Aguon Drake, Danielle Gelehrter (voice); segment Retrieval Service: Kenneth Garner, J.D. Hart, Tommy Barnes, Rebecca Lines, Patrick Higgs; segment The Prisoner of Perdition: John Wells, Rusty James, Michael Longstreth, Lindsey Gaither, Cindy Maples, Chad Fuller, Brian Wells, Ronald Harry Dunn, Reba Jo Boley, Belinda Brown, Bobby Bilyeu, Andy Grace; segment The Rider: Wendy Keeling, Wynn Reichert, Lee Vervoort, Santiago Cirilo, Tamiko Robinson Steele, Stephanie Adlington, Aaron Lessard, Brandon Lunday, Jeff Yarbrough, Ronald Harry Dunn
screenplay by Larry Underwood, Cameron McCasland, based on the book by Larry Underwood, music by Thomas Berdinski, song Willow Sway performed by Stephanie Adlington, special effects makeup by Chuck Angell, Brad Edwards, Brenda Lyon-Howe, Tailypo created by Dustin Mills

Dr. Gangrene, Tailypo

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Dr. Gangrene (Larry Underwood) invites the audience to an omnibus of horror tales while showing them around his lab of the macabre:

  • Tailypo: A hunter (David Chattam) has accidently attracted the wrath of the monster Tailypo (embodied by Joseph Aguon Drake, voiced by Danielle Gelehrter) - a creature that stops at nothing when it comes to exacting revenge [read more about this individual segment here] ...
  • Retrieval Service: Two gravediggers (Kenneth Garner, J.D. Hart) who, feeling exploited by their boss (Tommy Barnes), decide to by night rob the graves they dug by day - just too bad that their first grave is that of a soothsayer (Rebecca Lines) with actual supernatural powers ...
  • The Prisoner of Perdition: The Old West: A marshall (Rusty James) has his hands full protecting his prisoner (John Wells) from an angry mob - and it's too bad then that that prisoner plays him against his own deputy (Michael Longstreth) to make a swift escape ...
  • The Rider: While quarelling on the road to a party, a couple (Wynn Reichert, Wendy Keeling) hits a biker (Lee Vervoort), and worried about their respective careers, they decide to sink the biker in a nearby lake. Too bad that this biker has the habit of coming back from the dead and punish the living ...

Tales from Parts Unknown is a really fun anthology movie that just shows a definite joy for storytelling: Basically the segments of this movie follow the rules of (in the best way possible) old fashioned short stories, where a creepy build-up is ultimately resolved by a supernatural and macabre twist - that said, by themselves none of the tales feels "old-fashioned", it's just cool stories told with verve and respective casts to match to make this some really good genre entertainment.




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Your Bones to
a collection of short stories and mini-plays
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