Terror Tract is a 2000 American dark comedy/horror anthology film directed by Lance W. Dreesen and Clint Hutchison. It features John Ritter as a real-estate agent trying to sell a variety of houses to a young couple; each with a horror story associated with it. The segment "Make Me an Offer" is the overall plot of the film with Ritter and the three segments dramatized are the different, horrifying stories behind each house. Ritter as the estate agent is desperately trying to close a deal with them to meet a sales target that afternoon, but is confounded each time by his honesty which compels him to tell the grisly stories associated with each house he shows the couple.
In the first story, "Nightmare", a businessman discovers his wife cheating on him and plans to shoot the boyfriend and make it look like she did it, then hung herself. But the boyfriend manages to kill him and dumps the body in a nearby lake, but then needs the car keys from the pocket of the body to get rid of a telltale car. The wife has had a number of terrible nightmares that her husband comes back from the dead to get revenge on her and when the door creaks open she blasts the figure behind it only to find she has killed her boyfriend. She is found hanged by the law, but her body is covered in water and you are led to believe that the dead man killed her finally.
|director||Clint Hutchison Lance W. Dreesen|
|genre||comedy drama horror thriller|
|keywords||allen simpson back from the dead bear trap blood spurting buff bagwell bury car keys cheat chief of police clean dead man estate agent father and daughter fredric lehne hang out injured kill lawn mower lynda kay marcus bagwell medical examiner morning police officer real estate agent scream stab stabbed to death troubled teen wade williams|
|producer||Steven G. Kaplan|
|productionCompany||Giant Leap Entertainment|
|publisher||Tomorrow Film Corporation|
|theme||anthology comedy horror psychological thriller serial killer|