"Chilling Vions: 5 Senses of Fear" is a twisted anthology that makes a play on the 5 bac senses which aired on Chiller TV. For those of you that missed it, have no fear. Scream Factory has announced that they will be releang this bizarre movie onto Blu-ray and DVD October 22nd, which is perfect due to the fact that the film comes out just before Halloween.
The anthology features the following segmentsSMELL – Directed by Nick Everhart. Left by his wife and stuck in a dead-end job, Seth Kyle’s life is the definition of underable…until a mysterious saleswoman shows up at his door offering him “a scent to die for.” Armed with a new air of self-confidence and a never-ending barrage of attention, Seth quickly learns that the smell of success comes with a deadly price.GHT – Directed by Miko Hughes (actor from Pet Semetary). Unsatisfied with his own veron of reality, an optometrist develops a machine that can harness the vions of all of his patients. In an attempt to show his favorite patient’s abuve boyfriend the error of his ways, the doctor injects a series of viciously brutal images into his mind, leading to a visceral bloodbath of reality and hallucinations.TOUCH – Directed by Emily Hagins (My Sucky Teen Romance). After a car accident leaves him stranded in the middle of nowhere, a 12-year-old blind boy stumbles into the stomping grounds of a sadistic serial killer. Ung his memory and strong sense of touch, he must navigate through the unfamiliar territory as the killer quickly closes in.TASTE – Directed by Eric England. A street-smart hacker is brought in for a job interview with a mysterious corporation. He soon learns that the company is led by a man-eater who has impeccable taste…and doesn’t take “no” for an answer.HEARING – Directed by Jesse Holland and Andy Mitton (YellowBrickRoad). While researching an urban legend about a song that’s long been thought lost, a group of friends piece together all the existing recordings of it, bringing it back to life for the first time in decades. Before long, they discover the bone-chilling truth of what happens to anyone who listens to it and why it was buried for so long.