This was the "B-side" of the DVD double feature that included the better-known "Cherry Falls." Itís actually better than "Cherry Falls" and was the first decent anthology horror film in years.
Ritter plays a real estate agent showing a couple homes in a suburban neighborhood. Each time, before he can close a sale on a given house, he that he needs to tell them something about the house before they buy it. Each time, he recalls a "Tales From the Crypt"-like horror tale involving the former inhabitants.
The first story: When a husband catches his wife screwing another guy, his attempt at revenge backfires and heís murdered. They dispose of the body, but, as always happens in anthology horror films, he seems to come back. OK, weíve seen this idea done before about a zillion times.
The second tale: In a tribute to the "Tiny Tina" episode of Twilight Zone, a little girl adopts a pet monkey. Her father hates the creature, but all attempts to destroy it are fruitless. Naturally, the monkey becomes homicidal.
The final story involves a young manís visit to a psychiatrist and his apparent dreams connecting him to a serial killer that wears a granny mask. The twist ending should be visible to you from a mile out.
No masterpiece, "Terror Tract" is nonetheless a decent movie. And, in 2000, it was about time that someone made an anthology film.