Directed by Ana Clavell and James Dudelson. Segments written by Clavell, Dudelson, Scott Frazelle, Pablo C. Pappano and Alex Ugelow. Starring A.J. Bowen, Camille Lacey, Ryan Carty, Stephanie Pettee and Emmett McGuire.
Alice’s father’s new remote keeps changing things about Alex’s life. It changes her nastily, too. And then she’s a rabbit. DJ liked the effects. I did not. Although neither of us liked the story. It was nasty for nasty’s sake.
Jerry buys a radio that speaks to him and tells him to do awful things. The acting was okay, but the story was stupid and the end sucked.
In this story, a call girl enjoys killing the people who kill her, but it turns out that one guy is a monster all his own. Sadly, there was no gratuitous boob shot, but we liked the story nonetheless. The twist was good. The rules were followed. And I was genuinely creeped out by the ending.
“The Professor’s Wife”
2 students believe that their professor’s wife isn’t real. So, what do they do? They cut her up into all of these pieces looking for the switch. But it turns out she is real and the story is just gross and stupid.
An ignorant doctor gives a homeless man a hot dog which he immediately chokes on. Instead of helping him, he lets him choke to death. So, the hot dog man comes back and haunts him. It’s really dumb. Really.
The whole movie was one of the stupidest movies we’ve ever sat through. We’ve turned off better, I swear it. We do not recommend it at all. It only gets points because of “Call Girl”.
Our score: 14.