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Body Bags

Category Comedy
Date Added
Body Bags (1993) Starring John Carpenter, Tom Arnold, Tobe Hooper, Mark Hamill, Stacy Keach, and Sam Raimi
Three tales are told, each one increasingly terrifying by a creepy-looking coroner involving his current work which are cadavers in "Body Bags".
1. "The Gas Station" - A young woman takes on a new job at a gas station, spending her first night alone in the booth... with a serial killer on the loose.
2. "Hair" - A man consumed by his thinning hair, takes part in a medical experiment that promises to give him a Fabio-like mane. It works, at first, but the follicles soon develop a mind of their own as he pays the ultimate price for a beautiful head of hair.
3. "Eye" - A baseball player loses his right eye and experiences disturbing visions when it’s replaced with the eye from a cadaver, showing what it is like to see life through the eyes of a killer.
*Epilogue - The coroner finishes telling his last tale when he hears a noise from outside the morgue. He crawls back inside a body bag, revealing that he himself is a living cadaver, as two other morgue workers begin to go to work on his "John Doe" corpse.