Chad B. (abrnt1) from CABERY, IL Reviewed on 5/13/2011...
One of the worst episodes from season 1. Slow moving with no actual payoff
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Sarah F. (Ferdy63) from DALTON, GA Reviewed on 2/10/2009...
The idea behind the movie is interesting but that's about it. A lonely divorced guy starts seeing things through the eyes of a beautiful woman. The movie uses this as a way to show Henry Thoms, the main character, experiences what the woman experiences as she has sex with her boyfriend and also with the shower massage while taking a bath. It was not appealing in any shape or form.
Tastes Like Something Brown But Not Chocolate
Bradley Beard | Las Vegas | 06/23/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I usually only write positive reviews for movies that I like. Normally I feel it is a waste of my time to write something negative but this time I would like to save anyone thinking of buying this a little money. If you MUST own all the Masters of Horror then buy this otherwise don't waste your time, it is an hour of your life that you will never get back. I am hard put to understand why the other MOH directors would even consider this poor offering from Mick Garris in the same league as the other stories if for no other reason that this "story" makes all the others seem that much better. It is poorly written (by Mr. Garris) and is overall incredibly empty. The only thing anyone watching this can be left to wonder at the end of the "movie" is WHY? Maybe the true horror here is in the idea that people will actually sit through an entire viewing of this garbage...now that is frightning!! This can't even be catagorized as so bad it's good. What a shame because there are other neglected directors out there that could have put forth a much better effort. The taste left in my mouth after viewing this was not that of chocolate..."
I was scared that I spent 12 dollars on it.
Lee Krug | midwest | 05/17/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I normally never write reviews, but in this case I've decided to make an exception. This is hands down the worst episode so far in the disappointing Masters of Horror series. There are so many things bad about this film Garris would have to be either stupid or just jaded to think that there is anything redeeming about this film. The casting is horrible, the acting worse, and the story is overdone to the point that its laughable. What is usually my favorite part of the Dvds, the interview with the directors, really gives insight on what a complete rube that Garris is. Master of Horror? Hardly."
Not the best entry, not the worst....
xx | xx | 05/24/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I actually enjoyed watching this movie. It was well-casted and TRULY ORIGINAL! The plot is a little sketchy and there are only a few scares worth noticing. It is more of a psychological thriller, based on our views of other people in the outside world. It shows that you can fall in love with someone without knowing who they really are. It also shows the unpredictabilty of the unknown. I did enjoy watching this movie, but DON'T make the mistake of comparing any single Masters of Horror entry to another. They aren't pieces of a puzzle to be put together, they are all original. If you're looking for a decent thriller with some good twists, I suggest picking this one up."
Don't bother with this dvd
Drew | Metuchen, NJ | 10/18/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Hands down the worst episode of the Masters Of Horror television show. It's dull, boring, and not scary. It will leave you scratching your head saying "that's all?"
Don't even bother with this dvd. It's a waste of your precious time."