As of late, I have found myself becoming more fascinated by horror films than I have ever been in the past. And one movie I recently saw is 1995's Tales From The Hood. And it might be one of the greatest I ever saw as well as one of the most unique and most underrated. The film is what they call a horror anthology film. It was produced by Darin Scott, who had previously worked on Menace II Society prior to this film, and it had Spike Lee as executive producer. The film consists of four segments. The framework consists of a trio of gangbangers who go to a funeral home trying to buy drugs off of a caretaker played by Clarence Williams III. The gangbangers keep referring to the drugs as "the shit", and the caretaker, who's name is Mr. Simms picks up on that and stalls them by telling them the stories of the four segments of the film. Now I tried to write this review giving away as little spoilers as I could, and it wasn't easy. Hopefully this review won't spoil too much of it for you.