"Masters Of Horror: Season 1, Volume 1 Box Set" includes: "Cigarette Burns" - Film is magic. And in the right hands, it can be a weapon. For on-the-ropes movie programmer Kirby Sweetman (Norman Reedus of "The Boondock Saints" and "Blade II"), the holy grail of cinema is "Le Fin Absolue Du Monde," a legendary lost movie whose sole showing was rumored to have driven its audience to a homicidal frenzy. But as Kirby gets closer to the truth about the film, he's sucked into a private hell of grisly hallucinations and brutal acts of violence. Now the only surviving print of the film is within his grasp... and the most horrific screening of all is about to begin. "Dreams In The Witch House" - When stressed-out student Walter Gilman (Ezra Godden of "Dagon") rents a room in a decrepit old house, his graduate thesis studies begin to take some very strange twists: He suffers nightmares about a voracious rat with a human face. He suspects that a gateway to another dimension may exist behind his wall. And he is seemingly seduced by a luscious she-demon who thirsts for souls of the innocent via a covenant that screams for blood. But when Walter must face the most depraved urge of all, will the line between madness, murder and unholy mayhem be crossed forever? "An Incident On And Off A Mountain Road" - It's a chilling advice a young woman (Bree Turner) thinks about late one night on a lonely stretch of mountain road. The warning, from her survivalist ex-husband, becomes all too real when a car accident leaves her alone, hurt and hunted by a backwoods maniac called "Moonface." She's learned how to live. She's been trained how to kill. But when trapped in a monster's killing ground, will she know how to survive the most horrific confrontation of all? "Chocolate" - Jamie (Henry Thomas of "Gangs Of New York") is a depressed young divorced man who creates artificial flavorings until the day his life is hijacked by a series of random sensory flashes. Psychically linked to an unknown beautiful woman, Jamie suddenly begins to experience all the pain, passion and forbidden pleasures of her existence. But when a murderous vision rips his obsession wide open, Jamie is driven to track down and confess his love to this mystery mate. Will psychosexual hunger lead to the girl of his dreams or does the ultimate horror await the lonely man who tastes someone else's chocolate? "The Dance Of The Dead" - In the near future when nuclear war has turned much of our world into wasteland, the youth of America have become drug-crazed sociopaths who lawlessly prowl what's left. But for pretty teenage Peggy (Jessica Lowndes), her sheltered life is far removed from underground club The Doom Room where a depraved MC (Robert Englund, Freddy Krueger from "Nightmare On Elm Street" fame) provides immortal entertainment for the murderous masses. Tonight, the most horrific stage show of all is about to begin... and Peggy's young innocence will come to a brutal end forever. "Haeckel's Tale" - In a time when the laws of science battled the secrets of magic, medical student Ernst Haeckel (Derek Cecil) believes the power of life, death and resurrection lay in his arrogant hands. But on a journey to visit his gravely ill father, he finds shelter in the home of an older man and his seductive young wife (Leela Savasta) who cannot be fulfilled by mortal hungers. Somewhere in the darkness of a nearby necropolis, a defiant necromancer (Jon Polito of "Barton Fink," "Miller's Crossing") will now summon them all to an orgy of the undead and unleash the ultimate depravity for those who do not heed the warning of "Haeckel's Tale.".
DVD Special Features: Audio Commentaries with Stuart Gordon, John Carpenter, Don Coscarelli, Joe R. Landale, Mick Garris, John McNaughton, and more!, "Working with a Master" Featurettes, "On Set": Interviews with cast and crew, Behind the Scenes Featurettes, Script to Screen Featurettes, Trailers, Still Galleries, Storyboard Galleries, Director Bios, DVD-ROM: Screenplays, DVD-ROM: Screen Savers, And much more!
Other Special Features: Subtitles: English
Audio Tracks: Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital 2.0