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I liked the actors in Right to Die.
Complete with all around WOODEN performances (CORBIN BERNSEN in particular turns in a performance that is truely DOA)"Masters of Horror" this ISN'T!
Existing in a troubled marriage, Donovan's situation goes from bad to worse as a horrible car accident puts his wife in a coma.
Loved the chilling idea of this movie. The production was just a notch below perfect but the acting pushed the plot forward thrillingly.Published 19 months ago by Michael Tornillo
no scratches and glad to add it to my collection very good horror love movie. i am very glad i own itPublished 20 months ago by robbie mcclure
Right to Die is arguably one of the best episodes from the Master of Horror series, sold separately by Amazon as a single movie, that argues for the right to die or euthanasia,... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Hwang
first, to appreciate this film, you need to be a horror fan...
that being said, this tight 60 minute film (episode) involves a couple. Read more
Rob Schmidt is far from being a Master of Horror, but the Wrong Turn director manages to turn in a decent enough Masters of Horror episode with Right to Die. Read morePublished on March 9, 2008 by N. Durham
This was my favorite episode. It kept me on the edge of my seat. I love revenge stories and this was no exception. Read morePublished on December 13, 2007 by jomama
the first 20 minutes are very slow, after that it picks up and becomes an engaging drama. Read more
So many plotholes I dare not go into them here. This being 1 hour in length there were so many scenes that raised questions which were never answered. Read morePublished on November 11, 2007 by S. Sommerville
This installment of Masters of Horror was pretty good but not great. I have to say the story was pretty interesting and slightly creepy at times. Read morePublished on July 17, 2007 by Jay