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Masters of Horror: Cigarette Burns

Masters of Horror: Cigarette Burns 2005

Repertory theater owner Kirby Sweetman searches for “Le Fin Absolue du Monde,” at the request of an eccentric millionaire rare film collector. The film is believed to be destroyed after its only showing caused viewers to become homicidal, cannibalistic maniacs. As Reedus researches interviews with the director and closes in on the mysterious print he begins to fall prey to its supernatural effects. 59m/C DVD . Norman Reedus, Udo Kier; D: John Carpenter.

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