Creepshow: “Drug Traffic/A Dead Girl Named Sue” Review

Shudder’s 61 Days of Halloween has been an absolute treat, which has included another season of Creepshow.  Alas, Season 3 has come to its end.  But it’s an amazing finale that will hopefully lead to another season in 2022! Warning: Spoilers Ahead Drug Traffic Directed by Greg Nicotero, Screenplay by Christopher Larsen, Story by Mattie Do & Christopher Larsen Opening with what could easily be … Continue reading Creepshow: “Drug Traffic/A Dead Girl Named Sue” Review

Creepshow: “Time Out/The Things in Oakwood’s Past” Review

Over on Shudder, their 61 Days of Halloween celebration keeps on going with another episode of Season 3 of Creepshow! This latest episode featured a poignant cautionary tale, and another animated special that goes full Lovecraftian! Time Out Directed by Jeffrey F. January, Written by Barrington Smith & Paul Seetachitt Time itself is precious, and at many points in our lives, we find ourselves wishing … Continue reading Creepshow: “Time Out/The Things in Oakwood’s Past” Review

Creepshow: “Stranger Sings/Meter Reader” Review

Over on Shudder, their 61 Days of Halloween celebration keeps on going with another episode of Season 3 of Creepshow! This latest episode featured two great stories that featured some amazing practical effects and truly bizarre stories! Stranger Sings Directed by Axelle Carolyn, Written by Jordana Arkin What begins as your typical meet cute at the beginning of any romantic comedy veers into dark monster … Continue reading Creepshow: “Stranger Sings/Meter Reader” Review

Creepshow: “The Last Tsuburaya/Ok I’ll Bite” Review

Over on Shudder, their 61 Days of Halloween celebration keeps on going with another episode of Season 3 of Creepshow! This latest episode featured two great stories that both had people getting their comeuppance as well as some amazing practical makeup effects! The Last Tsuburaya Directed by Jeffrey F. January, Written by Paul Dini & Stephen Langford A famous Japanese artist who died 100 years … Continue reading Creepshow: “The Last Tsuburaya/Ok I’ll Bite” Review

Creepshow: “Night of the Living Late Show” Review

April has been one awesome month at Shudder with their Halfway to Halloween celebration.  This included new seasons of Creepshow, The Last Drive In, as well as the return of the Shudder Hotline and 2021 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards.  And while The Last Drive In will continue on, season 2 of Creepshow is coming to an end this week with a really creative and fun season … Continue reading Creepshow: “Night of the Living Late Show” Review

Creepshow: “Pipe Screams/Within the Walls of Madness” Review

Shudder’s second season of Creepshow continued this week with another pair of macabre tales; one involving ancient evil, the other involving simple greed and vengeance! Featuring performances from horror legends like Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator, From Beyond, Castle Freak) and Denise Crosby (Pet Sematary, Dolly Dearest, The Walking Dead), both stories deliver in a grossly fun way that only Creepshow can! “Pipe Screams” Directed by Joe … Continue reading Creepshow: “Pipe Screams/Within the Walls of Madness” Review

Creepshow: “The Right Snuff/Sibling Rivalry” Review

Shudder’s Creepshow continued this week with another pair of awesomely campy horror stories; this time involving deep space and a very dysfunctional family.  From the talents of Joe Lynch (Wrong Turn 2, Mayhem, Holliston) and Rusty Cundieff (Tales from the Hood trilogy, Chappelle’s Show) comes fear, laughter, and some genuine shock! “The Right Snuff” Directed by Joe Lynch, Written by Paul Dini, Stephen Langford, and … Continue reading Creepshow: “The Right Snuff/Sibling Rivalry” Review

Creepshow: “Dead & Breakfast/Pesticide” Review

Shudder’s Creepshow followed its second season premiere last week with another pair of awesomely campy and practically gory horror stories.  This week’s episode features one hell of a cast of heavy hitters, who are well known in the horror world.  What’s even more fun than seeing these familiar faces is seeing what Creepshow puts them through… Fear of the dark is one of the most … Continue reading Creepshow: “Dead & Breakfast/Pesticide” Review

Creepshow: “Model Kid/Public Television of the Dead” Review

After more than a year of waiting (due to pandemic delays), horror fans can rejoice as Shudder’s Creepshow finally returns for Season 2.  Granted, we did get an animated special in October and a Christmas themed episode in December to tide us over, but nothing compares to a whole season!  The series picked up right where it left off, telling two stories that are both … Continue reading Creepshow: “Model Kid/Public Television of the Dead” Review