Throwaway made-for-TV Horror from director Mick Garris, who brings us two of the most ineffective Stephen King and Clive Barker adaptations to date. Both entries are overly long and utterly ridiculous, so why these stories were chosen over any others is beyond me. Christopher Lloyd plays the ghoulish Aaron Quicksilver, who lures visitors in to his traveling museum of oddities to tell them stories of the dark heart of America. The first tale involves a traveling salesman that is saved from a crazed hitchhiker he picks up when the chattering teeth he bought for his son spring to life. The second finds a surgeon's hands revolting against him and freeing themselves from the body in order to start a hand revolution. After a heated debate with numerous contenders vying for top positioning, the "Worst Acting EVER" award goes to Lloyd for a flat and awkward performance, but he is trailed shortly by everyone. Annoying characters, boring premises, an all-around lackluster film.
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