Masters of Horror (2005–2007)
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Right to Die 

When a grisly car accident put his wife into a coma, a man reluctantly pulls the plug only to realize her spirit has turned vengeful against the living.

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Abbey Addison (as Julia Anderson)
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Dr. Loring
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Ira
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After walking away from an auto accident that leaves his wife in a coma and on life support, the distraught Cliff Addison finds himself in a living hell in which he must decide to let his wife die. But the situation becomes more nightmarish and crazy when her vengeful spirit threatens to expose a dirty secret of his own. Written by Anonymous

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5 January 2007 (USA)  »

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New Hate Rising
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26 February 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Right to Die (2007)

*** (out of 4)

Pretty good Masters of Horror entry about a husband (Martin Donovan) who cheats on his wife (Julie Anderson). Later that night they get in a car wreck and the wife is burned 100% over her body and the husband agrees that his wife wouldn't want to be kept alive. However, the girl's mother starts a legal battle to keep her alive so every time the woman dies she is brought back. By doing this, her spirit gets irritated and every time she's brought back, the spirit comes back to haunt the husband. It would seem there would be all sorts of political jabs in this but thankfully director Rob Schmidt keeps that out and instead goes for the horror. There's some pretty gory moments including one scene where they give the burned wife a bath. The revenge segment is pretty good and the performances are better than average.


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