Three short stories made on a shoe-string budget. The first story reminds me of a Japanese ghost/horror movie. It's centered around a robbery gone wrong as the robber is haunted by his actions. The second has kind of a DePalma feel to it. A man makes a mistake and pays for it. The final short actually reminds me of a Tale From The Crypt episode. It's peppered with dark humor and lots of blood. It's not a bad watch; creepy at times and amusing at others. You can really sense the passion the director and performers have for their work. It does have it's flaws. The stories feel a little contrived, lacks the punch of a good horror short story, and it feels a little rushed. Recommended for those who want to see how an independent horror movie should be made and produced for little or no backing.
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