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A chilling omnibus of terror tales from the cutting edge of the horror underground, featuring short but devilishly sweet bites of blood-soaked stories.

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Luc Bernier (segment), Ken Cohen (segment) | 5 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Lynn Rafferty ... (segment The Ties That Bind)
Kim Sønderholm ... John (segment "Harvest")
Lone Fleming ... Woman on dating site (segment "Harvest")
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Krystal Akin Krystal Akin ... Liz (segment See Attachment)
Siff Andersson Siff Andersson ... Nadja (segment "Harvest")
Michael James Daly ... Dylan (segment Skin Baby)
Stuart Dunne Stuart Dunne ... (segment The Ties That Bind)
Donna Hamblin ... Marlene / Killer / Victim (segment Facing Face)
Haydn Haring Haydn Haring ... Kayla (segment Skin Baby)
Bart Hyatt Bart Hyatt ... Sanguinarian (segment "Cooking with Human Blood")
Phyllis Jackson ... Rosie (segment Skin Baby)
Julie Kunz Julie Kunz ... Victim (segment "Harvest")
Slavko Labovic Slavko Labovic ... Zarko (segment "Harvest")
Michael Larsen Michael Larsen ... Zarko's bodyguard / Dr. Silverstein (segment "Harvest")
Felix Maymi Felix Maymi ... Sanguinarian (segment "Cooking with Human Blood")
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A chilling omnibus of terror tales from the cutting edge of the horror underground, featuring short but devilishly sweet bites of blood-soaked stories.

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Fear has a new home and face!

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Horror

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Anthology of Misandry
1 April 2021 | by TobaccoSmokeSee all my reviews

Once again, another "horror" movie is spit out that portrays men as evil and deserving torture and mutilation. The segments are VERY predictable and quite disgusting, even if the gore looks quite fake, especially in the tale of the kidnapping MALE doctor and the targeted FEMALE vampire who beats him to the punch. How many times have we seen this formula? Too many.

There isn't one ounce of anything scary in this flick, just cheap gore effects and the usual man hate. Truthfully, without the overkill of gore, it's a another bore-fest.

Feces of Fear would be a more suiting title, the kind of unoriginal poopoo movie only misandrist men or women drool over, but not the rest us.


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29 September 2020 (USA) See more »

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Faces of Fear See more »

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