Masters of Horror - Right to Die

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Late in the evening on a lonely nation roadway, Cliff Addison (Martin Donovan of THE DEAD ZONE and WEEDS) and his other half Abby are involved in an intense automobile wreck that leaves Cliff unhurt and his other half hideously burned. As Abby lies comatose, kept alive just by life support, her charred spirit seeks revenge on those who profit from her plight consisting of a slick attorney (Corbin Bernsen). In the middle of a storm of angry family members and aggressive press reporters, a controversial issue will take a horrific turn: Even if Cliff can now discover a way to keep his other half alive, will a monstrous secret condemn him to an ordeal permanently? Functions: Also on DVD, Right to Die Script Audio Commentary featuring Rob Schmidt Burnt Offerings: Making of Right to Die Flay-O-Trish Photo Gallery, Motion Menus

Though one may question the authenticity of director Rob Schmidt being named a Master of Horror after his previous effort, the repellent Wrong Turn, with Right to Die he turns in a watchable episode for the horror anthology series that combines the standard hardcore gore with a dose of social commentary. Indie stalwart Martin Donovan is top-billed as a philandering dental expert whose other half is left disfigured and near death after an intense automobile wreck. As an argument rages in between Donovan, his other half's household, and different factions of the "ideal to life" neighborhood, the other half's spirit wreaks gruesome revenge on those look for to exploit her misery for their own purposes. Remarkably gruesome sometimes, and well-played by Donovan and Corbin Bernsen as his shady lawyer, Right to Die is among the more ambitious episodes from MoH's second season, and if its mix of chills and politics isn't as satisfying as Joe Dante's very first season episode, Homecoming, it still aims greater than a lot of mainstream genre efforts. The DVD consists of commentary by Schmidt, featurettes on the episode and its grisly special results, and the shooting script in DVD-ROM format. -- Paul Gaita

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