Triple bill of horror. In 'House of 1000 Corpses' (2002), a group of teens, travelling the highways of America, go in search of the legendary local maniac known only as Dr. Satan. When a mysterious hitchhiker offers to give them a tour of Dr. Satan's stamping ground, a breakdown forces the group to spend the night in the company of a very bizarre family. In 'Monster Man' (2003), Adam (Eric Jungmann), is a geeky loser embarking on an epic road trip to try and stop the wedding of the woman he loves. Joined by his annoying friend Harley (Justin Urich), the two men pick up a beautiful hitchhiker (Aimee Brooks) on the way, before accidentally falling foul of a deranged, deformed trucker who begins to chase them in his rig, not caring about the innocent bystanders who get splattered along the way. In 'Tattoo' (2002), after being discovered at an illegal rave in possession of drugs during a police raid, Marc (August Diehl), a newly-graduated young police officer, is blackmailed by veteran cop Detective Minks into joining the homicide team - who are working on a case of a serial killer who brutally murders people and skins them for their tattoos. The case becomes even more complex when Marc falls into a passionate affair with a young woman, Maya (Nadeshda Brennicke) who is adorned with a tattoo by a mysterious and since-deceased Japanese artist, which is highly coveted by a group of underground art collectors.