The party is what ties together the pieces of this anthology. So get ready to see a stationary shot of a group of people sitting on the floor, having hard to hear conversations that you aren't all that interested in. It's like watching your friends home movies of a fairly sedate party that you didn't attend.
The four segments of the anthology are:
- Less is More - a miserable woman is obsessed with amputation which is causing problems with her husband
- Wolf Cry - a lazy teen obsessed with horror movies is justifiably nagged by his mother and seems to be having trouble telling reality from fantasy.
- Penance - a detective investigates a series of murders
- Missing - a group of friends investigates a curse on Cromwell Street
At times it gets confusing because some of the people at the party are also in the individual stories. It's a very low budget movie by amateurs. I got this one on a 12 pack of movies from Millcreek. So I knew it wasn't going to be anything great. There isn't really anything here to recommend it, but it's not the worst thing I've ever seen.