Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Jillian McWhirter, Pamela Adlon, Ramy Zada, Judie Aronson, Marg Helgenberger
Directors: Jim Wheat, Ken Wheat
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
No Description Available. Genre: Horror Rating: R Release Date: 20-SEP-2005 Media Type: DVD
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Very Scary Movie with one outstanding story.
Daisy Randone | Chicago's North Side (Edgewater) | 04/29/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is one of those with four different stories connected by stories being told by a group of people. They all manage to be frightening, especially the one about the teenage girls and the very last on with miss CSI herself, I warn you to lock your doors and leave the light on."
Fun, but not good
PolarisDiB | Southwest, USA | 12/29/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"In the vein of stuff like Creepshow and the like comes a movie about a strange college professor (Ramy Zada), who attempts to provide to his students the most intimate understanding of fear by scaring them as much as he can.
So they go to his house and tell typical urban legends complete with women in distress, creepy phone calls, empty gas stations, and yes, a flat tire in front of a scary mansion. Well, it started all right.
The three stories are overarched by the story of the students in the professor's house, one that has its own sort of horror conceits coming in towards the end. In typical 80s b-movie bonanza, it's just a dream. So honestly, if you're looking for something--I don't know--compelling? you won't find it here. This is just something to have around for, like, television fright night specials or Halloween ghoulies for preteens.
Which is too bad, because the beginning of this movie points out something very important, something that I wish horror film makers would realize to a stronger degree and utilize correctly: fear is a profound psychological effect, and in a way, it's important to feel strong levels of fear to understand yourself more, how you function and who you are. Too bad horror movies then just throw all that stuff away for cheap skeleton effects, bugs, and cat-out-of-the-bag gags.
Suspense Thriller / Good story writing
N. Damiano | NH , CT | 04/29/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I picked this movie up with friends one night on a whim at video store. It looked interesting and that it was. A four story suspense thriller. A college professor invites students over one night to talk about psychological studies of the mind. He begins to tell suspenseful tales of scary scenarios. Then the students play a joke on him. The end story is the most schocking one. All the stories are creepy and suspenseful. Very good story telling and writing also quite frightening a good horror movie with imagination rather than the usual gore and slash. One of my favorite suspense movies worth viewing with friends."
"Trilogy of Terror Part 3"
Kristina M. Jaworski | Hamilton, New Jersey | 03/08/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"At first when I purchased this DVD, I thought it was just your typical B flick horror movie, but it was like another Trilogy of Terror movie. Not just one main story line, but a few storys within the story. I personally enjoyed it. I originally bought it because I'm a big CSI fan, & wanted to see a Marg Helgenberger film. I was a little disappointed when I found that she didn't have as big a role as I thought she would. But overall, I enjoyed it."