Bob Carter, a suburban real estate agent, tries to get a kindly couple, Allen and Mary Ann Doyle, to buy a house only to give them horrifying stories about the pasts of three of them. In the first story "Nightmare" a businessman discovers his wife cheating on him only to be killed by his spouse and her boyfriend in which she begins having dreams of her husband not staying dead. The second story "Bobo" involves increasing fear and paranoia from a kindly family man whose young daughter finds and adopts a stray monkey who turns out to be more than meets the eye. The third story "Come To Granny" involves a trouble teenager with psychic abilities who visits a therapist to warn her that she happends to be the next victim of a vicious serial killer called The Granny. Written by
(at around 30 mins) The father is seen to be shaving and talking to his daughter. We see that his mustache is fully shaved; clean from shaving cream. 8 seconds later, we see cream magically re-appear on one half of his mustache and 6 seconds later cream disappears again, all without him doing anything at all. See more »
In the credits, if you are curious to see who plays "The Granny Killer", sorry, next to the granny killer there is a "?". See more »
Written by Nikki Dean
Performed by Nikki Dean
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I caught this peculiar little gem late night on USA and was instantly intrigued. John Ritter hamming it up royally among granny masked killers, malevolent monkeys, and at least one zombie. Well it's all part of Terror Tract, an enjoyable anthology which follows a young couple looking at homes with a kindly (if a little strange) real estate agent (Ritter). But each house comes with a story (full disclosure), and the young couple may be in for more than they bargained. Story One: After doing away with her husband, a woman and her lover are haunted by visions of said husband unearthing himself from his watery grave and returning for vengeance. Story Two: A little girl finds a playful monkey in her backyard and asks her father (Bryan Cranston) to keep it...but why does the monkey unsettle the father so. Story Three: A young man believes he shares a psychic connection with a brutal serial killer adorned in a granny-mask. But it's the wraparound that is the most fiendish fun it becomes clear that no house on Terror Tract is free from evil. The budget may be a little low but I would stack it up against most of the studio horror films these days. Just watch out for granny face!
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