An norwegian anthology horror film written and directed by Raymond Dullum with 7 tales of Murders, Misery, Maniacs, Revenge, A Rapist, A Strangler, A Strange Painting, Psychic Men, A Doppelgänger and a home made Voodoo Doll.
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