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The cast of a horror film go out for dinner with their director one night and they all exchange horror stories. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Joel M. Reed 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Joel M. Reed 

Produced by
Philip Dearborn .... executive producer
Anthony Fingleton .... producer
Original Music by
Michael Sahl 
Cinematography by
Robert M. Baldwin  (as Robert M. Baldwin Jr.)
Film Editing by
Victor Kanefsky 
Art Direction by
Henri Pachard  (as Ronald Sullivan)
Makeup Department
Bob O'Bradovich .... makeup artist
Production Management
J. Boyce Harman Jr. .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Graham Place .... assistant director
Art Department
Michael Knigin .... set construction
Sound Department
Emil Neroda .... sound mixer (as Emile Neroda)
Dale Whitman .... sound recordist
Camera and Electrical Department
Bernard Breitbart .... assistant camera
Tony DeCarlo .... key grip (as Anthony DeCarlo)
Arthur D. Marks .... gaffer (as Arthur Marks)
Douglas Milt .... best boy
Editorial Department
Pamela Lamont .... assistant editor
Nobuko Oganesoff .... associate editor
Music Department
David S. Rapkin .... music recordist (as David Rapkin)
Other crew
Vivi Andrews .... production assistant
Kenneth Bowser .... production assistant
B. Alexandra Fedack .... script supervisor
Mike Kantrowitz .... production assistant (as Michael Kantrovitz)
Kathleen Letterie .... production assistant

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Shot in 1975, not released until 1976.See more »
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6 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
A Forgotten Masterpiece, 27 July 2005
Author: bond-76 from United Kingdom

I cannot believe that this gem of a horror has had such little publicity-totally original,clever with a bizarre twisted undertone,although a nightmare to find- any self respecting horror genre fan must hunt this beauty down-Forget Bloodsucking Freaks this is Joel Reeds finest moment!!!I first saw this movie over 20 years ago and and to be honest for years I had convinced myself I had been having flashbacks of some disturbing dream because the movie seemed to have totally be erased from existence even endless searches on the internet proved useless until eventually it turned up on ebay one day and naturally i snapped it up!What a relief it was I tell you confirming that I wasn't actually going insane!The art work alone for this film is just soooo classic in itself and in this case the video definitely should be judged by the cover!SEE IT!

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