USA, 1995, 92min
: Gilbert Adler, Ernest R. Dickerson
John Kassir, Billy Zane, William Sadler, Jada Pinkett Smith, Brenda Bakke, CCH Pounder, Dick Miller, Thomas Haden Church, John
Fighter defending the colors good this time doesn't look like a valiant knight with the face of an angel. More like a dirty, overgrown, tired, hunted. To his further unequal confrontation with evil occurs in a rundown motel and involuntary participants are becoming all of its inhabitants, constituting almost the traditional sample of the american population. Somewhat empty beauty and her smug, appropriately dastardly and cowardly lover, who spoils what he can, cracking down the owner of the motel, an old drunk, little girl, good-natured cop, a fragile black girl, working in a motel as a cleaner. Neither one of them initially has no idea who of the two new arrivals speaks the truth and defends the colors of goodness. The position is however very fast clear as well as the object that is played. Rare bottle with the sanctified blood, which is the key to opening the gates of hell. American horror story from the year 1995 is the first full-length effort under the successful story cycle Tales from the crypt (Tales from the crypt). The narration about the people inhibiting in the old house attack monster, belongs to those the most common, and seemingly no longer has anything new to offer, yet it is this enjoyment that no fan of horror should miss.
: Horror Comedy Thriller