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Death 4 Told (2004)

R | | Thriller | 2004 (USA)
Four horror stories occur in sequence connected by time and space. The first deals with a writer and his wife who move into a large house only to find it is already occupied. The second ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
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Madam Badeau (segment "The Psychic")
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Joyce (segment "The Psychic")
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Man (segment "The Psychic")
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Dan (segment "World's Most Haunted")
K.C. Armstrong ...
Det. Dave Grisby (segment "The Psychic")
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Stasia Andrews ...
Amanda (segment "World's Most Haunted")
Susan Bonowitz ...
Gretchen (segment "The Psychic")
Aaron Bozsan ...
Bartender (segment "The Doll's House")
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Stephen (segment "The Doll's House")
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Marty (segment "The Psychic)
Judd Cheatwood ...
Arresting Officer
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Nigel (segment "World's Most Haunted")
Mac Crabtree ...
Little Boy (segment "The Doll's House")
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Adam (segment "World's Most Haunted")
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Evil Spirit (segment "World's Most Haunted")
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Four horror stories occur in sequence connected by time and space. The first deals with a writer and his wife who move into a large house only to find it is already occupied. The second follows three college couples on a weekend camping trip where tall tales and legends are more real than fiction. The third segment follows a TV crew as they prepare for the taping of their hit show, "World's Most Haunted Places". The final story is about a hack psychic who discovers that practice really does make perfect. Written by Anonymous

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4 wicked tales of terror

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Thriller

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Rated R for violence, language and some sexuality

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$85,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

The psychic shop used in the last segment, "The Psychic", was Executive Producer Harley Kaplan's house. The rooms were transformed into Madam Badeau's living and working environment. Many of the set pieces were actual furniture owned by Mr. Kaplan. See more »

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Pete: Have ya met Tobey yet?
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References The Graduate (1967) See more »

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14 August 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I don't know why this film has such low ratings. If you see this on the front page click through and read the reviews. Then you'll see what a good film this is.

As the title foretells this is four short stories. They are a mix of horror and psychological thriller. Nicely sequenced and told. There are not special effects. The budget is low. The direction and acting could be better but is still not bad. But the end result is good. Personally I think most people don't get this movie (and hence rate it lower than they should) is because the endings are not pat like most Hollywood shows. They leave a lot to the imagination and things are not wrapped up with respect to where the characters involved stand.


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