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From the director of Babysitter Massacre and Haunted House on Sorority Row comes a shocking new film critics are calling "fresh and original" and "what horror audiences want" In his final night as a radio host, shock jock Amos Satan spins four spine-tingling tales of terror in this anthology of urban legends inspired by Creepshow and Tales from the Crypt. Scarewaves. Listen if you dare.
This was a very fun movie! It's an anthology with a frame story connecting all the vignettes.
The frame story was incredibly great with John Bradley Hambrick as Amos Satan, a late night radio host who is doing a special show for his final night before he goes his way. Hambrick was great as Satan, giving a great feel of radio host.
The vignettes are "urban legend" type stories that Satan knows and wants to share with his listeners, instead of the usual taking call-ins from people telling him clichéd urban legends.
Each of the vignettes is written by a different author which all give their own unique feel to the movie. All have spot-on comedic moments without trying too hard.
If you enjoy anthologies, I definitely urge you to check this movie out!
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