Although this movie's very, very low-budget and it shows, it was none the less an enjoyable movie. Still, the intro with the talking skull was long and boring so I just skipped that part. While the stories do seem a little forced, they're still worth watching, most notably the third story concerning a teenage girl supposedly being stalked. Let me tell ya, that story was the best of the three because it presented more than one person as a suspect and leaves off with a really bizarre suprise. The first story, about an escaped mental patient turned school janitor was mildly entertaining, but the second story, about a gang of yocals who kill an indian borders on the weak-side. The ending, with Jamie Lynn Sigler's chjaracter running out of the club and stopping a van of fresh victims, before giving a wicked grin and her eyes turning red is pretty cool. Even though this is no Urban Legends, I like the way some urban legends make their way into the stories. The cast does a fair job of what you'd expect from a low budget feature. The disc's presentation's pretty good, but in the scene where the gang are taking hits off the indian's bong, there appears to be some possible damage (there's a scratchy noise when the leader takes a hit and when the fat guy's talking to him, both the audio and visual skips). The DVD comes with a trailer, which is pretty good. Over all, this is a pretty cool movie, but remeber: low budget = low expectations.