A trio of African-American adolescents go looking for illegal narcotics in a spooky inner-city funeral parlor run by the creepy Clarence Williams III. He pulls their chain over and over by telling stories of terror that all have an African-American flair to them. Silly venture of an anthology series only comes to life when Williams is doing his unintentionally hilarious routine. The ending is predictable and strangely silly as the true reason for the youths coming to the parlor is shown in a would-be frightening sequence. Good for a few laughs (not meant to be that way), but critically speaking another in the long line of horror film wastes. 2 stars out of 5.