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For two geeky best friends who ve only experienced
carnage via their video games, it s the ultimate late
night dare: Ever seen a real dead guy? But when the
pair breaks into a creepy local mortuary, they unleash a ferocious ghoul (Michael Ironside of SCANNERS and STARSHIP TROOPERS) who s hungry to share a few depraved urges of his own. Even if these pals-forlife can resist a violent suburban blood-spree, is there any peer pressure more horrific than that of the undead? Jodelle Ferland of SILENT HILL co-stars in this grisly twist on teenage vampirism written by series creator Mick Garris.
This is an inventive vampire story. Not too much blood and guts. An entertaining hour of television.Published on September 15, 2008 by Sd Obrien
I bought this on the Strength of Michael Ironside being in it.He is just so manic in his performances that he holds the viewer by dint of his own energy. Read morePublished on January 8, 2008 by Santeria
Besides "Cigarette Burns" and "On and Off a Road Mountain", I don't like most of the Masters of Horror Episodes. However, this vampire tale has an old fashion feel to it. Read morePublished on December 8, 2007 by Sergio C.
Season 2 of Masters of Horror was pretty bland, and unfortunately this one sits at the bottom of the barrel. Read morePublished on December 8, 2007 by Simon
most of the previous episodes were like watching paint dry about 50% of the time but this episode it's 90%. Read more
The V-Word would probably rate as my least favorite of the Masters of Horror. Overall it wasn't terrible I personally thought as a whole the series was fairly good. Read morePublished on November 28, 2007 by Dave. K
This edition of the MOH series follows two college students who decide to go into a mortuary late one night to see the body (any body really) of a dead bully. Read morePublished on October 10, 2007 by Ian Allen 13