As William, a lumbering man in his 50s, and Brooklyn, a six-year-old child, try to outrun an unseen evil, Brooklyn decides to tell William four moralistic but deeply horrific stories to distract herself from the impending danger. The first story deals with a greedy real estate agent, David, who burns down an apartment to drive its last remaining tenants, The Bradford Family, out of their home. The second story concerns some frat boys who throw a white supremacist party, and the American Terrorist, Psycho Johnny, who puts a violent end to the party. The third story revolves around a struggling singer, Chela, and her rich employer, Miss Marie Bastille, who Chela wants to kill and use her money to further her career. The fourth story is about a petty thief who ends up killing one of his victims and becomes cursed in the aftermath of his sin.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for horror violence, disturbing images, sexual content, and language including racist epithets
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Did You Know?
In the first story, when the bad guy looks at his phone, some of the other recent calls are from Andrew Vona, Rusty Cundieff, John Quinn, and Darin Scott - all people who worked on the film. They are the additional editor, director & writer, editor, and director & writer, respectively. See more
When William runs from the little girl out into the main part of the catacombs, if you look into where he ran from, you can see a piece of the set rocking back and forth. It initially looks like someone chasing him, but it is not. See more
Follows Tales from the Hood 2