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3 Dead Girls! (2007)

Video  -  Horror  -  3 July 2007 (USA)
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The result of spiritual desperation, jealous vengeance, and misanthropic madness: three tales of horror. In SCREAM FOR ME one killer becomes the victim of another more brutal and insane ... See full summary »

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Tony Simmons ...
Madman / Death / Det. Nemo (segment "Scream For Me" / "My Skin!" / "Human No More")
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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!")
Green Whittaker ...
Nemo's Wife (segment "Human No More")
Cole Adam Buisson ...
George / The Devil / Mr. Blight (segment "My Skin! / Human No More")
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The result of spiritual desperation, jealous vengeance, and misanthropic madness: three tales of horror. In SCREAM FOR ME one killer becomes the victim of another more brutal and insane than even himself. In MY SKIN! Death flies in to collect the soul of a murdered young woman, but first takes revenge on her killer. And finally, with HUMAN NO MORE, a private detective consumed by an irreconcilable murder case descends into his caustic underworld one last time. Written by Black Cab Productions

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CAB Touched Me There!
12 June 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Christopher Alan Broadstone's short films are exactly what one might expect to see coming from an auteur-in-the-making. His story, colors & dialog set him apart from the usual dreary horror "filmmaking" herd we've become too familiar (and bored) with. Words like "visionary," "savage" and "arthouse exploitation" immediately come to mind when watching CAB's shorts. He has an eye for color like Argento's Suspiria, a taste for the disturbing like Craven's Last House on the Left and an understanding of claustrophobic tension like Polanski's Repulsion.

One question kept echoing in my mind over and over again while watching 3 Dead Girls is, "Why the hell hasn't somebody given this guy a shot and a budget?" While CAB deserves every bit of praise and credit for these minor masterpieces, actor Tony Simmons, prominently featured in each short, is without a doubt one of the most versatile actors I've seen in years. Bravo! Honorable mention should definitely be given to cinematographers Stewart M. Eastman & Schwarz Nipfargen for their fantastic work on these shorts. They were able to capture the colors, lightning and imagery perfectly.


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