What to do when you want it all? Endless genres, butch creatures and underdressed heroines. What is a casual slumber party enthusiast supposed to do? It’s a late friday night with my special order of Pizza and pizza boy chilling down before I even get one scare in. I want to see it all. So, what better way to indulge ones insatiable appetites than with horror anthologies? No fear….we got a great buffet with the films below….Check em’ out if you DARE. Healthy advisory: Yes, I know. Creepshow and Creepshow 2 are THE horror anthology films…but I’ve already talked about them…so recently. So, for now, they will be left out. We need variety, right? Enjoy…
TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE: THE MOVIE / 1990
Director: JOHN HARRISON
God. I love me some Christian Slater. Something about that jaw-line. What a horror babe.
LOT 249 – The typical archeologist shenanigans, uncover centuries old mummy, blah blah, a crystal, revenge. Your mummy fix.
CAT FROM HELL – Casual animal horror fare.
LOVER’S VOW – Shudders…Gargogyle Children, enough said.
TRILOGY OF TERROR 2 / 1996
Director: DAN CURTIS
GRAVEYARD RATS – Gigantic killer rats, animal horror fare.
BOBBY – Spells, bringing loved ones back from the dead always seems to go wrong. *Shrugs*
HE WHO KILLS – A sequel within a sequel. The sequel to “Amelia”. Genre equals Killer Doll.
TWILIGHT ZONE: THE MOVIE / 1983
Director: John Landis
SOMETHING SCARY – AHH!! That reveal though.
TIME OUT – This is the segment that was unfortunately not completed because the actors were killed during filming.
KICK THE CAN – Aging horror.
IT’S A GOOD LIFE – House of horrors beyond your imagination.
NIGHTMARE AT 20,000 FLIGHT – There is nowhere to escape when you are in the air.
TALES FROM THE HOOD / 1995
Director: RUSTY CUNDIEFF
ROGUE COP REVELATION: We can’t seem to leave people who have telekinetic powers alone. Why does it always have to be psychic?
BOYS DO GET BRUISED: Monsters come in all shapes and forms.
KKK COMEUPPANCE – More voodoo dolls to keep you busy.
HARDCORE CONVERT – When our actions come back to haunt us.
Hope you enjoyed the flurry, more next time.