Horror Movie Review: Tales From the Crypt (1972)

An anthology film, Tales From the Crypt is a 1972 British horror directed by Freddie Francis. Each short, five in total, are based on stories from EC Comics. Horror anthologies were pretty popular in 1970s but Tales from the Crypt stands out thanks to the excellent told stories within.

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Horror Movie Review: Cat’s Eye (1985)

Written by Stephen King & directed by Lewis Teague, Cat’s Eye is an anthology horror film comprised of three stories surrounding a cat. One which plays a minor role in the first two and is a major part of the third.

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Horror Movie Review: Monster X (2017)

An anthology that goes for a grindhouse feel but ends up coming across cheap. The stories are being seen by a couple on their first date to a horror marathon. It’s about to get a whole lot worse though as unbeknown to them during this showing the monsters on the screen are also coming to life in the cinema.

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Horror Movie Review: The Vault of Horror (1973)

The Vault of Horror (also known as Vault of Horror, Further Tales from the Crypt and Tales from the Crypt II) is a British anthology horror film made in 1973. It is based on stories from the EC Comics series written by Al Feldstein with the film directed by Roy Ward Baker.

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Horror Movie Review: Asylum (1972)

Asylum (House of Crazies in the US) is a 1972 British horror anthology that sees Dr Martin (Robert Powell) arrive at a secluded asylum for a job interview.

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Horror Movie Review: Creepshow 2 (1987)

Creepshow 2 is a trio of horror shorts based off Stephen King stories & with a screenplay written by George A Romero. Unfortunately it doesn’t quite hit.

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