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Winner of the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films' prestigious Silver Scroll Award, Chiller's terrifies as the traveler's nightmares come to life in horrifying detail.
Bonus Features: Trailers, Troma Extras.
Top Customer Reviews
The only issue I had was the sound. On my copy there were bits of dropped dialogue or the conversation was difficult to hear. This problem was evident during the first story, the one about a haunted a pool.
The trailer was included as an extra.
A rather decent attempt to be a Tales From The Crypt and Creepshow style horror anthology, this is one of the better Troma distributed efforts so far. There's the typical low budget acting with some ok make-up and production values, but there is an ok twist in the end.
Close but no cigar.
I liked the film a lot, though some of the stories were better than others (the Scout leader one is definetely my favourite). I have it on DVD from the Brentwood set, will this September 2012 disc have extras? If so, I'm a getting it!
Sohini: Well, Daphne, I bet his friends are incredibly proud of him. In addition to being adorable on-screen, Jesse is truly a talented actor. This movie is worth watching just for young Mr. Emery's performance.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great movie, no complaints. A true West Virginia cult classic, filmed, directed, staring all WV.Published 19 months ago by Aaron
This is with out a doubt one of the worst movies I've ever seen..These people who left all these raving reviews must have been part of the making of this trash. Read morePublished on July 26, 2008 by Tony
I thought Jesse Emery exuded a raw sexual power that is incredibly unusual for an 11 year old. I have had to purchase 5 copies of this movie because the tape wears out at about the... Read morePublished on July 17, 2004 by Nicole
Chillers was Danny Boyd's first crack, and probably his most well-known. It is a series of horror vignettes told by a group of stranded travellers in an Appalachian bus station. Read morePublished on August 30, 2001