"Alice": The suburban Alice is an annoying teenager that does not like the neighborhood where she lives. When her father uses a universal remote control developed by Professor Dayton, she moves to other dimensions with other families and when she returns, she's transformed into a rabbit, and is forgotten by her family. "The Radio": The security guard Jerry buys a radio developed by Professor Dayton from a street vendor. The radio talks to him and gives instructions to steal US$ 300,000.00 from a criminal, kill a couple of smalltime crook neighbors and move to another city. When Jerry decides to bring the prostitute Eva with him, he seals his fate, when he destroys the radio and has a tragic surprise. "Call Girl": Rachel's a call-girl and serial killer. When she's hired by the weird Victor, she kills him while having sex, but later, she finds the truth about the odd teenager. "The Professor's Wife": Professor Dayton invites his two best former students to introduce his fiancée Kathy in... Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Five Jolting Tales of Horror!
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Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for bloody horror violence and gore, language, some drug use and sexual material
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21 November 2007 (Sweden)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
In the first segment, the audience hears beeping when Alice uses what looks to be a rotary phone. This is not a mistake, in actuality, there are phones designed to look like rotary phones when they actually have push buttons. See more
During the fourth story, "The Professor's Wife," When Charles and John are wrapping up Kathy's body parts in the rug in the kitchen, there is blood all over the floor. In the next shot when they run into the garage, the blood is now gone and the floor is completely clean. See more
[holding Kathy's bloody severed head
Hey Charles, check out the brain!
[lifts open top of head and shakes it, making the brain vibrate slightly
Look, it even JIGGLES the right way!
Any similarity to actual events and persons, lining or dead, in this dimension or the next, is purely coincidental. See more