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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Episode complete credited cast:
Jake Feldman (as Meat Loaf Aday)
Lou Chinaski
Elise Lew ...
Sue Chin Yao
Shawn Hall ...
Beefy Bouncer
Michal Suchánek ...
Larry Jameson (as Michal Suchanek)
Brenda McDonald ...
Mother Mayter
Melissa Gonzalez ...
Chuck Duffy ...
Kelvin Lum ...


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 »


References Cheerleader Camp (1988) See more »

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Argento, once again, pushes the line
3 December 2006 | by (Greece) – See all my reviews

Undoubtfully both the episodes Italian mastermind Dario Argento has done for Masters of Horror were some of the most disturbing episodes for the series. This one, although not a match for Miikes "Imprint" truly is extreme. The basic concept is about raccoon pelts forcing anyone touching them to kill them selves. And they do with some pretty disturbing and explicitly gory ways. Adding tons of nudity to the mix this must be the most extreme episode of season 2 and a very solid (while not overwhelming) episode. The camera work, while not as stunning as some of Argento's previous works, is very good. The script flows smoothly and, while not twisty at any point, keeps the watcher interested. Acting is decent (always Argento's downfall is bad acting) and the special effects so and so. The music is very good and Claudio Simoneti manages not to sound like his former band, the Goblin. To sum up it is a very solid episode that won't be a series highlight (I think "Cigare Burns" gets it) or a season highlight (I'm torn between Carpenter and Landis) but surely is one of the good ones in a relatively mediocre season

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