Urban Evil: A Trilogy of Fear (2005)

Director: Ted Nicolaou, Danny Draven, James Black

Writer(s): Raymond Forchion, Charles Band, Neal Marshall Stevens, Douglas Snauffer, Carl Washington

Starring: Darrow Igus, Larry Bates, Sarah Scott, Rhonda Claerbaut, Danny Wooten, Tangelia Rouse, Russell Richardson, Jennia Watson, Asante Jones, Freda Payne, Bill Davis, Tarnell Poindexter, Leopoldo Papi, Ted Lyde, Shani Pride, Michael Cory Davis, Kyle Walker, Austin Priester

Synopsis: From the dark vaults of Forbidden Worlds comes a new chapter of terror in Urban Evil: A Trilogy of Fear, a collection of three contemporary stories of urban horror. In “Demonic Tunes,” a dynamic hip-hop group called Urban Protectors is “discovered” by the notorious record producer Dr. Bones, who plans to turn them into part of his zombie army and dominate the world. In “The Killing Kind,” 17 year-old Kwame invokes his grandmother’s magic of the “killing kind” and puts it into her old rag doll after a group of local thugs put her in the hospital. And finally “Hidden Evil” explores a mysterious vault in the basement of an old abandoned high school, where there lurks an evil that has been locked away for 100 years. When they mistakenly free a horrific spirit, the school becomes a deadly prison and there is no way to escape.

Release Date: February 8, 2005 (USA) | Length: 85 min | Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Horror, Zombies | MPAA Rating: NR

Note: The cast list on this film is take from the actual film credits. It looks to be incomplete. A more complete cast list can be found on the posts of the three films that comprise this movie. Demonic Tunes was actually released as “The Horrible Doctor Bones“; The Killing Kind as “Ragdoll” and Hidden Evil was released as “The Vault“.

 

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