Masters of Horror: Pelts

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Rock star Meatloaf stars as a fur trader wanting to make a huge offer in order to to win the love of a most unpleasant stripper. John Saxon is a trapper who has a pile of lovely raccoons for sale. It turns out that the racoons are magical and guard something supernatural, and anyone who comes into contact with the pelts from these raccoons can anticipate to fulfill with a little nastiness.From the 2nd period of Showtime's Masters of Horror series comes the next Dario Argento offering, Pelts, which is far creepier than his last attempted made-for-TV thrillers (Do You Like Hitchcock and Jenifer ). Meatloaf stars as Jake, a sleazy furrier whose fascination for a lesbian stripper named Shannon results in his attempting to make the finest fur ever for her to put on at an approaching fur trade convention. John Saxon(Tenebre)plays a trapper who comes through for Jake by setting traps in spiritual raccoon area to catch the most lovely animals possible. However, as these raccoons are magical guardians of a lost raccoon city, they curse all associated with the deaths of their brethren with the desire to dedicate gory suicides using strategies utilized in the manufacturing of fur coats. Fairly disgusting are scenes of a seamstress stitching her eyes and nose shut with thread, or of a man cutting his belly open with shears to gut himself. One can just presume what Jake's fate might be. The movie's troubling atmosphere is amplified when suicides occur in the skinning and tanning rooms of Jake's fur factory. Close-ups of the raccoons'faces and shots of their ancient city, which boasts raccoon-carved sculptures, remind one of the absurdity of magical raccoons as criminal activity instigators. But concurrently the message of Pelts is explained. Pelts would make any PETA member proud, if not nauseous.-- Trinie Dalton

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