Masters of Horror: Deer Woman
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- Commentary by actors Brian Benben and Anthony Griffith
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- "Working With A Master: John Landis " featurette
- "Behind The Scenes: The Making of Deer Woman" featurette
- On Set: An Interview with Brian Benben
- On Set: An Interview with Anthony Griffith
- On Set: An Interview with Cinthia Moura
- Fantasy Film Festival: Mick Garris interviews John Landis
- Still Gallery
- John Landis Bio
- Screenplay (DVD-ROM)
- Screensaver (DVD-ROM)
Top Customer Reviews
"Deer Woman" has something in common with An American Werewolf In London in that this episode deals with a creature born out of folklore and myth. This time around its a creature from Native American folklore. The creature in question is the Deer Woman. A legendary creature who takes the form of a beautiful woman from the waist up and that of a deer from the waist down. The Deer Woman will then go on a spree of seducing random men then trampling them to mincemeat. In this respect she has abit of the mythical succubus mixed in with the shapeshifting. It is during the aftermath of one of her killings that we're introduced to the main player in this horrifically absurd little tale. Detective Faraday (masterfully played with a dry wit and comedic timing by Brian Benben) gets called in to the scene thinking it is an animal attack, but the crime scene leaves him confused, perplexed and a tad more than intrigued by the case after it's unceremoniously taken away from him. We learn through the lenght of the hour-long episode that Faraday is a disgraced cop due to an incident in the past that's made him a pariah in his own department. Faraday's sidekick in his hunt to solving the murders and thus finding the Deer Woman is a beat cop played by Anthony Griffin.Read more ›
If you got to see one Masters of Horror episode, get this one. This is a real treat, especially for those who are fans of cheesy schlock horror, John Landis or anyone with just a good sense of humor.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As usual all of the Masters of Horror Movies deserve
three stars! ***SPOILER ALERT****
A burnt-out cop demoted to working the "weird calls" desk finally finds a... Read more
odd but extremely entertainly, scary and funny. Brian Benben is great!Published 12 months ago by Bill Kline
Not my favorite in the series. But still worth a watch. In my opinion Imprint and Cigarette burns are the highlights of the two years this aired. But you have to see them all. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kindle Customer
Dumb & Numb, from beginning to end and totally incomplete. Why, How, and Whatsoever was this picture made??? Interesting actors, terrible story and plotPublished on May 10, 2013 by Marcas58
I give this movie this rating because it was not as good as I thought it would be. I wouldn't recommend it.Published on April 11, 2013 by Tonia Walker
THIS LITTLE COMEDIC/HORROR GEM SHOULD BE WATCHED BY ANYONE WHO ENJOYED "AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON" OR SOME OF THE TONGUE-IN-CHEEK "X-FILES" EPISODES (WHICH IS ALMOST WHAT THIS... Read morePublished on July 8, 2012 by Roger M
A very good looking woman who is also a deer kills men. Thats is it. We never see her kill them only what is left of them after she does. That is it. Read morePublished on March 26, 2011 by K. Harper
See woman smile.
Hear woman never speak.
See and hear very stupid men.
See woman take of clothes.
See woman's breasts. Read more