This horror anthology features 5 tales of terror. 'The Mental Patient' In a story similar to the original Halloween - a Detective searches for a escaped mental patient. His search leads him to a lone house and yet another brutal murder scene. 'Vampire At Midnight' This story is inspired by the classic Universal horror movies of the '30s and '40s. It details a sinister dark vampire who is in search of his new queen of the night, could it be a young woman who has recently fallen ill? 'Forgive Me Father' A classic Creepshow-style tale of young lady and her new beau, who arrange to have her abusive father killed and the body disposed of - unfortunately he doesn't stay dead. 'Hell Beast' A huge creature prowls the night, born of hell - one adventure seeker believes he can stop it's bloodshed since he believes it was responsible for the death of his parents years before. But how do you kill what isn't human? 'Lamb To The Slaughter' Detectives have tracked a vicious serial killer who has ...Written by
The character of Helen in the segment "The Unholy" was originally named Heather and intended for Erin Matejko. See more »
Put your gun away, I mean you no harm.
Who the hell are you and what the hell are you doing here?
I go by many names, but you can call me the hermit for now. This is my home, I live here.
Ok Kermit the Hermit, I think I'll stick around here until things blow over.
You have nothing to fear from the police, they won't come in here.
What make you think the police are after me and why won't they come in here?
They are afraid to come in here.
Why would they be afraid to come in here?
Cause many have...
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When Evil Deeds was first released, the final segment was entitled "Born of Evil" and was co-written by Erin Matejko. Less than a month after the initial release, the film was recalled following a dispute between Erin Matejko and Dark Night Films. Evil Deeds was then re-released with the "Born of Evil" segment being re-edited into the segment currently in the film entitled "The Unholy". See more »