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Body Bags

Body Bags ★★½ John Carpenter Presents Body Bags 1993 (R)

Three gory, though humorous, stories hosted by hor-rormeister Carpenter as your friendly local coroner. “The Gas Station” finds the young female overnight attendent menaced by a psycho. “Hair” is about a balding yuppie who'll do anything for a full head of hair. Then he meets the sinister Dr. Lock and his magical new-hair growth treatment. The grisly “Eye” concerns a ballplayer who loses the aforementioned appendage and finds that his transplanted eyeball, taken from an executed serial killer, is subject to ghastly visions. Several fellow horror directors have cameos. 95m/ C VHS, DVD . Alex Datcher, Robert Carradine, Stacy Keach, David Warner, Mark Hamill, Twiggy, John Agar, Deborah Harry, Sheena Easton, David Naughton, John Carpenter; Cameos: Wes Craven, Sam Raimi, Roger Corman, Tobe Hooper; D: Tobe Hooper, John Carpenter; W: Billy Brown, Dan Angel; M: John Carpenter, Jim Lang. CABLE

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