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Visions of Horror (2007)

Not Rated | | Horror | Video 26 June 2007
7 Short Horror films in one full length feature.
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Credited cast:
Tony Simmons ...
Madman, Death (segment "Scream For Me" / "My Skin!")
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Irene (segment "Scream For Me") (as Lora Cunningham)
Gabriel Sigal ...
Garrott Druck (segment "Scream For Me")
Lisa Montague ...
Cindy (segment "My Skin!")
Rick Wildridge ...
George (segment "My Skin!")
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David Ament ...
Itchy (segment "Hooligan's Valley")
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Hanging Girl (segment "Callous Sentiment")
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Punk with Gun (segment "Callous Sentiment")
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(segment "Slumber")
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Husband with Axe (segment "Callous Sentiment")
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Angry Boyfriend (segment "Callous Sentiment")
Joseph Bueno ...
Zombie #2 (segment "Hooligan's Valley")
Casey Duggan ...
Punk with Camera (segment "Callous Sentiment")
Danny Fiegelson ...
(segment "Slumber")
Jamie Fox ...
Dahlia Richards (segment "Trick or Treat!") (as Jamie M. Fox)
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7 Short Horror films in one full length feature.

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7 Short Horror Films, 7 Nightmares

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Spoofs Michael Jackson: Thriller (1983) See more »

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And Give Lustrous Aim
by Mark Allen Miller
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Very enjoyable horror anthology
18 March 2017 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

This nifty horror anthology offers seven short films collected together into a composite feature. First and a super creepy yarn, "My Skin!" -- An angel of death (robustly played with lip-smacking sadistic relish by Tony Simmons) mercilessly torments a killer over the phone. Second and a solid story, "Slumber" -- A jerky reporter suffers from troubling nightmares that cause him to age prematurely. This one culminates in a corker of a surprise grim ending. Third and funniest vignette, "Whatever Happened to Zombie Killers?" -- Hilariously zany comic spin on the undead premise with lots of over-the-top splashy gore and a gut-busting inspired spoof of Michael Jackson's famous "Thriller" music video. Fourth and most unsettling segment, "Callous Sentiment" -- A teenage boy gets swayed to the dark side after seeing various brutal events occur at a haunted playground. Fifth and just a flat-out hysterical hoot, "Trick or Treat!" -- Darkly humorous riot about a hapless woman being terrorized by an obnoxious kid the day after Halloween. Sixth and a kitschy gem, "Hooligan's Valley" -- Supremely cool and campy treat in which to ultra-hip guys must rescue a damsel in distress from a nefarious mobster in some funky alternate world. Seventh and sickest tale, "Scream for Me" -- A young psycho meets his match in the form of an older and even more vicious homicidal madman (Simmons cranking up the skin-crawling intense ferocity to eleven). This baby packs one hell of a savage punch as Simmons really goes to town on his helpless cowering victim. Scream queen Tiffany Shepis handles her hostess chores with winningly sassy'n'sexy aplomb. A fun omnibus outing.


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