Masters of Horror
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 terror, made by the creative talent behind some of the most horrifying and groundbreaking cinema of all time... They share a mission: To send a chill up your spine. They are the Masters of Horror.
1. Incident on and Off a Mountain Road
While driving at night along a lonely road through the mountains, Ellen gets distracted by her radio and hits a car parked on the road.
2. Dreams in the Witch-House
A graduate student questions his sanity after he rents a room in an old boarding house which was the residence of a 17th Century witch.
3. Dance of the Dead
In a post-apocalypse society, 17-year-old Peggy lives with her over-protective mother and works in her restaurant.
Detective Frank Spivey saves a disfigured woman called Jenifer from being sliced with a meat cleaver by a deranged homeless man. He feels sorry for the retarded Jenifer, and takes her from an insane asylum and brings her home.
After eating a piece of chocolate a man becomes psychically connected to a beautiful woman, seeing through her eyes and feeling her sensations.
A White House speech writer deals with the publicity nightmare of his life when recently deceased soldiers return from beyond the grave.
7. Deer Woman
A burned-out cop believes that a recent string of murders are being committed by a deer-like creature in the form of a beautiful woman.
8. John Carpenter's Cigarette Burns
A movie theatre owner is hired to search for the only existing print of a film so notorious that its single screening caused the viewers to become homicidally insane.
9. The Fair Haired Child
A warlock couple abduct a young teenage girl to sacrifice her to a mysterious and evil entity.
11. Pick Me Up
A recently divorced female traveler gets caught in a bizarre and violent turf war between serial killers.
12. Haeckel's Tale
While on his way to see his sick father, a man takes shelter with an elderly man and his young wife but soon discovers their horrible secret.
Most of them were pretty good. Loved the Dreams in the Witch House episode, and I particularly liked Deer Woman episode because of the American Werewolf reference.
All interesting in their own way. But loved Fair Haired Child most for its story, and Sick Girl because it was a lesbian comedy horror.
Some are brilliant some are poor, really enjoyed Pick Me up
So much potential here, but it is wasted. Something about this just doesn't work., The idea of getting a group of famous film directors together to each film an episode (all of which are stand-alone) of a horror TV show. There is genuine talent involved and some of the episodes are genuinely good (Cigarette Burns, for example), but a lot of these just don't work. Sometimes it's just poor writing and sometimes it's the dodgy acting. On the whole, it's still worth watching. I just should have been blown away by this, instead, I was just moderately entertained.
The first film, that old guy 😂😂😂😂😂