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Masters of Horror: Season I, Vol. III [Blu-Ray] (Blu-ray Disc) (Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV) (Eng)
- SKU: 8509394
- Release Date: 11/13/2007
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Ratings & Reviews
- Audio commentary with writer/director Don Coscarelli, writer Stephen Romano and DVD producer Perry Martin on Incdient On and Off a Mountain Road
- Audio commentary with writer/director Don Coscarelli and autorh Joe R. Lansdale on Incdient On and Off a Mountain Road
- Audio commentary with director Tobe Hooper and DVD producer Pery Martin on Dance of the Dead
- Audio commentary with writer Richard Christian Matheson on Dance of the Dead
- Audio commentary with director Larry Cohen on Pick Me Up
Masters of Horror: Dance of the Dead
An innocent young woman is lured to the dark side, and discovers the wholesome, sheltered life she led before was rooted in betrayal and deceit in Tobe Hooper's installment of Showtime's Masters of Horror series, Dance of the Dead. In the not-so-distant future, a potent terrorist weapon called "Bliss" has destroyed America's major cities. Peggy (Jessica Lowndes) lives in a small town outside the corrupted metropolis of Muskeet, where she helps her mother, Celia (Lucie Guest), run a diner. Business is slow, but Celia says their father left some money for them when he died. The terrorist wars also claimed Peggy's older sister. Jak (Jonathan Tucker, from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake) and his buddy Boxx (Ryan McDonald) do what they can to get by. They've forcibly taken blood from an elderly couple, with plans to transport it to the city, where the MC (Robert Englund) at the Doom Room waits to use it for some nefarious purpose. They stop in the diner to get some ice. Celia can tell they're from Muskeet, and is immediately on her guard, but Peggy is intrigued, and strikes up a conversation with Jak. Jak tells her, "You are something I haven't seen in a long time," and invites her to "see the world" with him. Later that night, she sneaks out of the house and goes back to the diner, where Jak picks her up, as planned, and they head into town. "I'm not gonna let anything happen to you," Jak assures her, "except what you want." Dance of the Dead was scripted by Richard Christian Matheson, adapted from a short story by his father, Richard Matheson. ~ Josh Ralske, Rovi
Masters of Horror: Incident on and off a Mountain Road
The Showtime series Masters of Horror opens with Phantasm director Don Coscarelli's Incident on and off a Mountain Road, based on a short story by Joe R. Lansdale, who also wrote the story on which Coscarelli's Bubba Ho-Tep was based. As the tale opens, Ellen is driving on the eponymous twisty and remote road in the middle of the night, when she takes her eyes off the road for a moment and plows into another car. Waking up a short time later, she goes to check the other car, and finds a trail of blood leading to the side of the road. She calls out to see if anyone needs help. It's soon apparent that someone does, and that someone is Ellen. There's a gruesome giant of a man (John De Santis) dragging another girl up toward the road, and Ellen quickly realizes that her life's in danger. She flashes back to the training she received from her boyfriend, Bruce (Ethan Embry), a survivalist who brought her to live with him in his cabin in the woods, and bullied her into learning how to defend herself. She runs into the woods, and sets a trap for the madman, injuring him, but this only seems to spur him on. Eventually, he catches up with Ellen and brings her back to his lair. There, she meets a demented elderly man in a wheelchair named Buddy (Angus Scrimm, the Tall Man from the director's Phantasm films), who explains that the madman must like something about her to let her live so long. Looking about the creepy abode, filled with the eyeless corpses of previous victims, Ellen can see for herself that her chances of surviving are not good. But she's determined to use everything Bruce taught her and get through this terrifying night. ~ Josh Ralske, Rovi
Masters of Horror: Pick Me Up
Q: The Winged Serpent and It's Alive! director Larry Cohen returns to the horror genre with this installment of Showtime's Masters of Horror series concerning the collision of two bone-chilling urban myths. Tough-minded Stacia (Fairuza Balk) is caught in a deadly game of cat and mouse between deceptively friendly trucker Wheeler (Michael Moriarty), who spices up long stretches of road by ruthlessly slaughtering hitchhikers, and charming hitchhiker Walker (Warren Kole), who has a murderous habit of dispatching with anyone who stops to give him a lift. Though all hope may not yet be lost for the street-smart girl with a killer sense of survival instinct, the most terrifying twist of all may still be yet to come. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi