“Nightmare Alley” opens with a classic, humor rich scene of obscene and gore-ific hilarity. Walter Ruether comes back perfectly with his follow up to “Junkfood Horrorfest” once more with a classic death scene by the dumpster. The film stars David Hayes, Danny Marianino, Keith Jackson, Tana Satana, Geno Dellamorte, Brian Carr, and the ghoulish host Scarlet Fry. “Nightmare Alley” was written, produced and directed by Walter Ruether and Laurence Holloway.
The anthology starts off with “A Fistful Of Innards” which tells the story of three outlaws who find more than they bargained for when a meteor falls from the sky and has supernatural effects on them. It is an old west tale that proves that greed can be bad for your health. This story sets the tone for many more twisted tales that span from a demonic rat to flesh eaters and more.
The stories in “Nightmare Alley” are fresh, entertainingly ghoulish tales of karmic justice reminiscent of “Alfred Hitchcock Presents” and “Outer Limits”. The blood flow is plentiful. The gore is classic and simple shots that fit the fun, humorous approach to horror Walter Ruether is known for. Scarlet Fry proves once more to be the coolest ghoul that ever hosted. “Nightmare Alley” is classic story telling filled with dark, demented visions.
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