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Russell Geoffrey Banks,
Sara Malakul Lane,
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Paul Gerard Kennedy
An anthology in all things generic and pointless...
So, one would think that an anthology in horror with ten film makers coming together for a mutual project, that there should be potential for at least something good.
One would think...
Boy, this was one amazingly boring anthology. Just about 90% of the stories were generic, boring or downright bad. And that fact is what made this such an ordeal to suffer through.
The story with the coroner and the dead girl was the only story worth watching really, in my honest opinion. The rest of the stories were just not really worth the time or effort.
If you enjoy horror anthologies, then there are far better choices readily available in the horror genre. And I can, in all honesty, not come up with a single reason to suggest that you should take the time, effort and much less pay the money to get to sit down and watch "A Night of Horror Volume 1". I suffered through this so you don't have to.
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