|release date||May 15 2007|
|director||Ana Clavell and James Dudelsonv|
|writer||Ana Clavell and James Dudelson|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisThe film is based on the format of the original, featuring five creepy new stories to add to the already classic anthology.
Watching a horror anthology is like going on 4 or 5 blind dates in succession on the same night, with about the same success rate. Rarely are horror anthologies uniformly good (1972’s Tales from the Crypt, Asylum, would be exceptions) and all too often they’re uniformly bad (Tales from the Darkside: The Movie, Campfire Stories, Grim Prairie Tales, Torture Garden, the list is virtually endless). My favorite horror anthologies are the ones that stutter-step all over the place, alternating scary, memorable stories with weak, filler stories, since the suspense over never knowing what I’m going to get provides me with a sort of natural high. Unfortunately, Creepshow III provided little of this type of suspense since each story struggled valiantly to suck on its own, without any assistance from the collective group. By the way, not a single one of these stories was ever even in the presence of either Romero or King, let alone written by them. …Read More