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Nite Tales is a horror anthology introduced by "Flava Flav" that includes two movies, Karma and Storm. "Karma" teaches four young thieves that crime does not pay. In "Storm" college students learn that an urban legend may be more than just a story.Written by
This was at least as good as a couple episodes of "Are You Afraid of the Dark?". Not bad. Not excellent, but not bad. Oddly entertaining was the baffling and near-incomprehensible screen time with Flavor Flav "hosting" at the beginning and end, which seemed to be just rambling that essentially amounted to repetitions of "This is a movie. Know what I'm sayin'?"
The second story was a lot stronger than the first. There really wasn't much to the first, aside from the twist of who they run into. The second story had enough interest to keep you guessing for a bit. Bonus points for Tony Todd in the cast.
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