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Cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Read ...
Dr. Borges
Dean Richards Wiancko ...
Fidge / Killer (as Dean Richards)
William Korbut ...
Funk (as Will Korbut)
Patrick Galligan ...
Gordon (as Patrick Joseph Galligan)
Dan Gallagher ...
Michelle Scattolon ...
Sybil / Girl 1
Santino Buda ...
Deborah Lobban ...
Miss Baker
Michele Coleman ...
Lilitu / Girl 2
Harvey Levkoe ...
Linda Murphy ...
Gerry Ride ...
Doc / Dentist
John Lundman ...
Timm Zemanek ...
Peter - TV Director (as Tim Zenmanek)


After being ditched by her cameraman because of her manipulative behavior at a murder scene, a reporter wanders through town looking for a phone she can use. She finds a small museum, where the proprietor invites her in to have a look around before leaving. In one room, she encounters a strange jar which causes her to have strange visions, visions that are suppoedly drawn from her own mind. These 'visions' make up the rest of this four- part anthology, which includes horror and suspense stories about a junkie chasing a dog for his runaway fix, a pizza delivery boy who gets a Halloween surprise, a living but paralyzed OD victim forced to undergo her own autopsy because everyone thinks she's dead, and a deal between a golf course owner and a gravedigger that has some unexpected consequences. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <>

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A film that gives new meaning to the word "horror." See more »




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Release Date:

18 May 1989 (France)  »

Also Known As:

História Bizarra  »

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CAD 1,700,000 (estimated)

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Shan: The body count here tonight. 35 dead, including 5 theatre employees, 35 others wounded, most of them in critical condition. There are reports that the boy identified as the killer, Fidge De Sola, seen here in the V.C. High yearbook, had recently been fired from his job as an usher at this theatre, after having a fight with another employee over a girl. Fidge De Sola used guns from his father's collection of Vietnam weaponry. The last victim was the killer himself. He died by his own hand. This ...
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A Million Ways
Written by Marc Connors and Paul Cooper
Performed by The Nylons
Courtesy of and (C) 1988 Attic Productions Limited. All Rights Reserved.
Composition (C) 1982 Attic Music Limited. All Rights Reserved.
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A mind-warping low budget mess
1 April 2001 | by (Oxford, UK) – See all my reviews

What can be said about a film where narrative form, editing and reality are totally foreign concepts. You may watch this film stone cold sober, but by the end you will feel as though your mind is jelly and that jelly is a appetizing treat that many a dwarfish freak would eat. Cue padded wallpaper.

This is allegedly a group of short stories, but no one seemed to mention to the writer that stories need endings, and if your going to film a ten minute James Bondesque strip sequence with ten very eighties looking woman they have to get their tits out! However, despite all it's insanity and pure weirdness it is in fact a throughly entertaining film with belly laughs throughout.


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