Archeologist Lavut pays a visit to psychiatrist Stevens and explains that he's found a ceremonial mask inhabited by evil spirits that force the wearer to commit murder. Stevens laughs off his guest, who leaves and commits suicide. Shortly thereafter, Stevens receives the mask in his mail,
and then the fun really begins. This not-so-scary horror film has one great gimmick going for it. After Stevens dons his mask, viewers are told to "Put the mask on--now." An obedient audience member would then put on a pair of 3-D glasses and watch special "Depth Dimension 3-D" sequences in which
the unspeakable acts occur. Among the hallucinations are assorted ghouls sacrificing ...