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Plot: As midnight falls, all manner of terror invades the Earth. demons, cannibals, killers, ghosts and monsters swarm the world in these tales of the supernatural, the fantastic, and the just plain horrific. Featuring nine stories of horror.
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Up And Down But Overall Worth Watching:
Three word reviews. Scores to cap.
Never Fear Us Apart: Fun. Silly. Gory. (6)
Awake: Bizarre. Perplexing. Interesting. (7)
Crazy For You: Funny. Clever(ish). Twisted. (6)
The Mill at Calder’s End: Gothic. Stylish. Haunting. (8)
Roid Rage: Crude. Gross. OTT. (3)
Feeder: Classy. Professional. Sinister. (8)
Timothy: Quirky. Creepy. Bloody. (7)
Ghost Train: Rich. Textured. Horrifying. (8.5)
Horrific: Cheap. Dumb. Goofy. (4)
Best Anthology I’ve Seen Yet
I love horror movies, well written, original, clever horror films and I am pretty critical but I must say, this anthology was the best one out of watching a bunch of different ones off tubi all night. I’m thrilled to say this was a lovely experience.
The only segment I didnt like was Awake. I didnt appreciate the dog getting stomped to death and the story made no sense.
The Mill short was fantastic even though being shot with wooden puppets. I was really dreading this one but it was beautiful with well sculpted realistic characters and an interesting story with phenomenal effects. Dont pass this one up.
They killed a dog and a cat in Feeder as well but this was not shown only implied. Still very upsetting for pet lovers like me. But the story was good just frustrating how easily other people fell into “the trap”.
Ghost Train was good as well but they missed an opportunity to show us the inside of the haunted house. Beautiful effects, interesting story. Not perfect but well done directors.
Roid Rage was a little gross both in the gore sense (quite a bit of gore with torn apart faces, a gory shootout) and the nasty gross out factor sense. (This is a butthole centered short if that tells you anything) But it was also hilarious and had a fairly good script.
Timothy was actually pretty scary but I’m also scared of mascots. Interesting twist. I believe there was a little gore as far as a head smashing was concerned. I covered my eyes so I cant say exactly what was shown.
Horrific was hilarious. 1 count of nudity at the beginning but it almost looks like a latex suit so it’s hard to tell. Little bit of gore with a bitten off finger and a dismembered goat. Its not in your face though, it’s just to add to the point of the story.
Overall I’m very impressed. Alot of reviews on IMBD are people who just think they can do better and like to crap all over movies so dont take their word for it. I swear this is worth watching and it’s most definitely a treat. For people who like more story and less gore this is a good fit and trust me I hate gore, its unnecessary. Bloody yes but it wouldnt be a horror movie without it.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 38 min (98 min)
Genre Horror, Thriller
Director Robert Boocheck, Lee Cronin, Francisco Sonic Kim
Writer Chris Bavota, Robert Boocheck, Lee Cronin
Actors Jason Flemyng, Barbara Steele, Mika Boorem
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Aspect Ratio 2.39:1
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