A sleazy, desperate fur trader who haunts a local strip club, gets his hands on some priceless raccoon furs that might be more than just priceless but cursed.

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Jake Feldman (as Meat Loaf Aday)
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Lou Chinaski
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Sergio
Elise Lew ...
Sue Chin Yao
Shawn Hall ...
Bouncer
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Beefy Bouncer
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Shanna
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Michal Suchánek ...
Larry Jameson (as Michal Suchanek)
Brenda McDonald ...
Mother Mayter
Melissa Gonzalez ...
Mira
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Chuck Duffy ...
Detective
Kelvin Lum ...
Cop
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Sleazy fur trader Jake Feldman will do anything for quality skin. When Jake crosses paths with fur trapper Jameson offering raccoon pelts caught at the sight of an ancient burial place, Jake jumps at the chance to cash in by stealing them in order to win the heart of a stripper named Shanna. But little does Jake know is that the raccoon pelts are cursed and will bring bloody revenge against anyone who touches them. Written by Matt Patay

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Asia Argento was the initial choice for the role of Shanna but turned down the role due to get busy schedule. See more »

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References Cheerleader Camp (1988) See more »

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Deep cuts for a deep message...
5 December 2006 | by (Slovakia) – See all my reviews

The more a movie is horrifying and gory, the more it's shallow and "cheesy", right??? WRONG. Episode 6 of the second season of Masters of Horror, directed by Dario Argento, is the proof of this.

Now I will not spoil things for anyone who has yet to see this, but let me state the following fact: "Pelts" carries a message as deep as every gory cut and act shown in this episode. It's amazing that Dario Argento has made the most of a short story bearing the same title as this 6th part to put across his love of Nature and the idea that Nature will get even with those who abuse and kill other living creatures for profit (and maybe for ANY reason, who knows?). And he has done so very successfully, let the truth be told.

So,if you're looking for mere gore and entertainment, watch something else. "Pelts" is definitely not something to watch with friends while munching on chips or popcorn(or hardly anything else,if you know what I mean:). But if you've been longing for a horror that delivers extremely gory scenes, thrill and something you can think about long after you've switched the movie off, I cannot recommend this enough - especially if you're an animal lover.


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