Six separate stories of the macabre will test your goosebump factor. In "Effigy," members of a high school football team learn a gruesome lesson when school spirit is carried too far. In "Voices in the Attic," a sleepy father tries in vain to assure his kids that the sounds they keep hearing are only in their imagination. But can the boys' imaginations make an attic stair creak or turn a doorknob? In "Night-Screamers," why do the children who live in the ancient apartment complex on the edge of town have so many nightmares? One tale makes use of sign language and silence with chilling effects. Chanting refrains in rhyme and lyrical rounds from a Greek chorus are interspersed between tales, making for smooth transitions and an eerie mood.
"Each tale is meticulously spun through subtle script and shadowy symbolism." The Tonawanda (NY) News