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Thomas Haden Church,
I thought I had already written about this sappy horror show, but so be it. Here goes: Eric Roberts hosted a short-lived anthology series in 2000 that essentially was TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE all over again. The show stank to high heaven, with bad plots and scripting and worse acting. Roberts was even worse as the host, delivering his lines with all the indifference he could muster. Peter Fonda might have done a better job. Hell, a wooden Indian would have done a better job. I have probably seen most of the existing episodes, but one that stands out in my mind-- as it does with many others -- is the one where an office worker slowly turns into a tiger after having been bitten by one. In her office, mind you. It was simply a werewolf plot, substituting a tiger for a werewolf. If you watch this show, be prepared. You may have to rewire your jaw after it hits the floor.
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