an all-right episode with better than usual bookends from Stamp
After a demon drops a red cloth through a fashionista's window, she decides to turn it into a dress, which captivates everyone who sees it . But being where said cloth came from, it's not all roses as it also seems to bring out murderous rage in whomever touches it. Bad news for the dress-maker's helper, and sometimes Klepto, Mimi (Marie-Josée Croze) and her no good boyfriend who's running from the law.
This episode is fairly acted, if a tad over-the-top and camp. Perhaps the Tobe Hooper TV film from 1990 which shares it's title with this episode (as this is a shortened, spiced-up version of said movie) is better at the back story, but I enjoyed seeing this version a tad more. Plus you don't get too many chances to see a cross-dressing Terence Stamp whom bookend this episode.
Eye Candy: Croze provides the T&A
My Grade: B-
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