The Horror Vault Vol.1

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Nine tales of human cruelty, nine tales of human depravity, nine tales of true horror.

Release Year: 2008

Rating: 5.8/10 (125 voted)

David Boone

Stars: Claire Ross-Brown, Kim Sønderholm, Sally Wells Cook

Nine tales of human cruelty, nine tales of human depravity, nine tales of true horror.

Writers: Kenny Selko, Mark Marchillo


Claire Ross-Brown

Julia Herrington (segment "When John Met Julia")

Kim Sønderholm

John Sykes (segment "When John Met Julia")
Pete Burton (segment "Mental Distortion")
The Executionator (fake trailer segment "The Executionator")

Sally Wells Cook

Gertrude Follier (segment "Delusion")

Chad Mehle

Dory Garren (segment "Delusion")

Elisa Richardson

June Bentwood (segment "Delusion")

James Terry

Inspector Garren (segment "Delusion")

Heather Tom

Veronica Farrow (segment "Delusion")

Jonathon Trent

Flynn Bentwood (segment "Delusion")

Mandy Amano

Ellen (segment "Alone")

Jerod Edington

Taylor (segment "Alone")

Guy Nardulli

Detective Wiley (segment "Alone")

Russ Diapper

Ted Bundy (segment "Dead To The World")
Narrator (fake trailer segment "Satan Claws")

Kate Ewing

Second victim (segment "Dead To The World")

Joyia Fitch

Suzanne (segment "Dead To The World")

Paul Kelleher

The Detective (segment "Dead To The World")

Nine tales of human cruelty, nine tales of human depravity, nine tales of true horror.


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Release Date: 3 Jan 2008

Filming Locations: Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA

Box Office Details

Budget: $750,000


Technical Specs


(uncensored version) (uncut) (unrated DVD version)

Did You Know?


The musician Cirex collaborated on the cover art.

User Review

Good selection of horror and dark humor

Rating: 6/10

Starting off with an effort to replicate the grindhouse use of "coming
attractions," complete with grainy, scratched film, we expect the
cheesiness to continue as the feature is not one, but nine separate
horror shorts.

I am sure everyone will find their favorites in the collection, but I
was particularly impressed by "Alone" with Mandy Amano as a sorority
girl alone in the house with a killer on the loose. The sets and
costuming were excellent and really gave a 50s feel to the story. It
had a nice twist at the end.

"Mental Distortion" with Kim Sønderholm, who also wrote and directed
this short, as well as the first one shown (When John Met Julia) stars
with Maja Muhlack and the voluptuous Danish model Barbara Zatler. The
story is really open to multiple interpretations, and I am sure each
viewer will have their own.

"Disconnected" is the story of bloody brutality, but it is the twist
that will have your mouth dropping open – totally unexpected.

Those are my three favorites, but the other six shorts are just as
interesting and others are left to find theirs.