The tale of a reporter who attends a strange theatrical event and experiences more than she bargained for is wrapped around 3 supernatural tales of terror.

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The FBI Man (episode 3 "Pilgrimage")
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Anathema
Roger Wu ...
John Kitano
Stephanie Roy ...
Leigh
Giada Vadala ...
The Nun
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Detective Einjuru (as Peter Kim)
Maurizio Rapotec ...
The Master
Michele Marie Traina ...
Sarah
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Christie
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Tanya
Riccardo Calvanese ...
The Concierge
Barbara Russo ...
The Policewoman
Karen Cognato ...
Mrs. MacKenzie
Patrick Tierney ...
MacGregor (as Pat Tierney)
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The tale of a reporter who attends a strange theatrical event and experiences more than she bargained for is wrapped around 3 supernatural tales of terror.

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Horror strikes at Red Midnight

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Great horror anthology like Tales From the Dark Side
10 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am a fan of Joe Zaso, and I loved "And Then They Were Dead" and "Machines of Love and Hate". His latest film is a huge step up. The production values are first rate. The stories (except the second one "Grecoz") are outstanding. Ray Schwetz (who also directed "And Then They Were Dead") has the best story with "Anathema". The effects are truly shocking and Schwertz's direction is superb. The story is about a female ghost (Roxanne Mixchaels credited as Jasi Lanier) that falls in love with a widow, who begins dating girls he meets ion the internet. The ghost gets jealous and... watch out! The story takes the Ring a step further. This ghost doesn't just walk creepy - she beats the crap out of her victims! I also loved the colorful lighting. Very different from the usual Japanese horror fare. I look forward to Mr. Schwetz' next film! Hopefully it will be feature length. The second story ("Dr. Grecok"()is awful. Just two people screaming and crying for ten minutes about a sexually charged father/son relationship. Good story to fast forward through. Plus, the production values fall down in this episode. The third story is convoluted, but intriguing. And Zaso is great. He's menacing and goofy at the same time. This is obviously intentional, as it makes the film that much more enjoyable. The Rome setting is stunning. Way to go! The story set in the theater that introduces the film is not very good. Not terrible, but the costumes look like they were taken from a Woolworth's rack. Anyway, I would have given the film a 10 if it weren't for the second story. Indy fans should snap up this DVD.


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