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Creepshow

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The film tells about a diverse and exciting selection that tells of five terrifying tales. These tales are based on popular comic books in the 1950s, which bear a kind of torture, murder, destruction and blood that are scattered again. These tales include one full-length feature, and the film may evoke fears of traditional bogeymen and the agony that awaited everyone.
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CRITICS OF "Creepshow"
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Film4
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October 15, 2007

This horror omnibus tickles the funny bone while stripping it of its flesh, so that hysterical laughter comes as fast as the frights and as thick as the blood.
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Empire Magazine
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July 16, 2010

Genuinely creepy, satirical and occasionally daft horror tales with a distinctly moral bent.
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Time Out
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February 09, 2006

he old Amicus movies used EC originals to better effect and with more brevity, for all their cardboard sets.
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TV Guide
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April 18, 2007

Unfortunately, it never quite gels.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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October 23, 2004

Romero and King have approached this movie with humor and affection, as well as with an appreciation of the macabre.
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Cinema Crazed
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October 16, 2012

One of the rare horror anthologies with a sharp sense of storytelling and an intrinsic ability for irony and metaphor...
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Variety
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March 26, 2009

George Romero, collaborating with writer Stephen King, again proves his adeptness at combining thrills with tongue-in-cheek humor.
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TheFilmFile.com
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October 30, 2008

All of the pieces of Creepshow come together in a smorgasbord of ghastly images, welcome humor, and solid, old-fashioned storytelling.
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New York Times

August 30, 2004

Horror film purists may object to the levity even though failed, as a lot of it is.
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Combustible Celluloid
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June 20, 2008

The segments are consistent in quality and the film is still effective and entertaining.
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Chicago Reader
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April 18, 2007

This five-part film, based on the format of 50s horror comics, marks one of the few times George Romero has directed someone else's script (it's by Stephen King), and the results are only mildly interesting by the standards of his Dead trilogy.
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Mania.com
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November 12, 2012

As much as I love and admire Romero's zombie pictures... I may love Creepshow just a little bit more.
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