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Street Tales of Terror (2004)

R | | Horror | 13 August 2004 (USA)
A homeless man who witnesses a murder is forced to entertain his tormentors with three tales of murder, revenge, and terror.

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Corey Shields ...
J Dog - The Storyteller
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Keith - The Storyteller
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Peaches - The Storyteller
Loco ...
Street - The Storyteller
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Boo - The Storyteller
Wayne Dehart ...
Homeless Man - The Storyteller (as Wayne DeHart)
Power Charles ...
Zombie - The Storyteller
Jet Torado ...
Zombie - The Storyteller
Tarsha M. Gary ...
Zombie - The Storyteller
Dawn Simmons ...
Zombie - The Storyteller
Nathan Gillon ...
Zombie - The Storyteller
Roderick V. Thornton ...
Zombie - The Storyteller
Hassan ...
Zombie - The Storyteller
Sean Thornton ...
Zombie - The Storyteller
Sok Ty Nem ...
Zombie - The Storyteller
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STREET TALES OF TERROR is the story of three thugs: J Dog, Keith and Peaches who terrorize a homeless man who witnessed them commit murder. While pleading for his life, the homeless man tells the trio of three "true" tales of terror and revenge. "The Reckoning" is the first tale. It follows the story of Jessica, a little girl who is left to drown on dry land by her classmates after she is pushed into a swimming pool. On her birthday twenty years later, Jessica comes back to settle the score! "The Clinic" is the second tale. It's a tale about Jaleesa Daniels, a young lady who is bout to have an abortion. While waiting she has a series of visits that question her decision and her sanity. Are the dreams real or in her head? The last tale is "Graduation Night". This tale set in 1975 follows what happens when a college student is raped during a mid-term party. As the final graduation night party ends, a special guest shows up to make the party livelier- MORE DEADLY! Written by Meredith McCrory

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Rated R for violence, language and some drug use

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Not that bad
21 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film is watchable (IF) you are a charitable person, keeping in mind that it probably had a budget of no more than 15k. The stories were timeworn but not bad, I have no doubt that this DV shot film would have been much better had it had say a 1 million dollar budget. I'd give the sequel a shot.

This film is watchable (IF) you are a charitable person, keeping in mind that it probably had a budget of no more than 15k. The stories were timeworn but not bad, I have no doubt that this DV shot film would have been much better had it had say a 1 million dollar budget. I'd give the sequel a shot.


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