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Masters of Horror, Season 1, Episode 1

Incident on and Off a Mountain Road

Masters of Horror

by Don Coscarelli
Keith Addis

Video

You've always got to expect and do the unexpected. It's the chilling advice a young woman (Bree Turner of TV's GRIMM) thinks about late one night on a lonely stretch of mountain road. The warning, from her survivalist ex-husband, becomes all too real when a car accident leaves her alone, hurt, and hunted by a backwoods maniac called "Moonface" (John De Santis of STAN HELSING). She's learned how to live. She's been trained how to kill. But when trapped in a monster's killing ground, will she know how to survive the most horrific confrontation of all? Ethan Embry and Angus "The Tall Man" Scrimm co-star in this grisly shocker directed by Don Coscarelli and adapted from the short story by Joe R. Lansdale (BUBBA HO-TEP) that The New York Daily News hails as "tantalizingly creepy and scary good!"


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Publisher: Starz

Streaming video

  • Release date: June 20, 2014
  • Duration: 00:51:26
  • Number of parts: 1

  • Expires: 48 hours after first play
  • Public Performance: Not permitted

  • Formats

    Streaming video

    Languages

    English

    You've always got to expect and do the unexpected. It's the chilling advice a young woman (Bree Turner of TV's GRIMM) thinks about late one night on a lonely stretch of mountain road. The warning, from her survivalist ex-husband, becomes all too real when a car accident leaves her alone, hurt, and hunted by a backwoods maniac called "Moonface" (John De Santis of STAN HELSING). She's learned how to live. She's been trained how to kill. But when trapped in a monster's killing ground, will she know how to survive the most horrific confrontation of all? Ethan Embry and Angus "The Tall Man" Scrimm co-star in this grisly shocker directed by Don Coscarelli and adapted from the short story by Joe R. Lansdale (BUBBA HO-TEP) that The New York Daily News hails as "tantalizingly creepy and scary good!"


    Expand title description text