Sunday, July 1, 2012

Anthology Horror Films - The Complete List


 Anthology Horror Movies 



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TOO SCARY 2 WATCH now presents a list of horror anthology films (arranged by year) that we believe may be worth checking out, if you have a soft spot for several creepy short stories bundled into one scary movie. The list will continue to be updated as we continue to stumble upon more horror anthology films that we've overlooked, and I'm sure we've overlooked a few. 



Classic Anthologies, Cult Anthologies, Campy Anthologies, Modern Anthologies, and more ... 

It can be argued whether some of the movies on the list are actually horror anthology films -- nevertheless, we've done our best to include all of the ones that we believe fit the bill ... some good, some cheesy, some funny, some gory, and some just flat out bizarre.   
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Disclaimer

Not all of the movies on the list, in our opinion, are actually good movies, but were chosen to be included for a variety of different reasons.

Thanks and enjoy!
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Das Wachsfigurenkabinett (original title)

A traveling carnival's wax museum inspires a writer (William Dieterle) to spin tales of evil. Jack the Ripper (Werner Krauss), Ivan the Terrible (Conrad Veidt) and Harun al Raschid (Emil Jannings) murder and terrorize in three segments, each with its own twist on the original true story. Filmmaker Paul Leni directed and designed the stylized production of this masterpiece of German Expressionist cinema.

Not-Rated
65 mins
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An architect senses impending doom as his half-remembered recurring dream turns into reality. The guests at the country house encourage him to stay as they take turns telling supernatural tales.

Not-Rated
103 mins
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It's a triple threat of terror from the master of the genre: Edgar Allan Poe. This collection of three films -- The Black Cat, Morella and The Case of M. Valdemar -- offers everything horror fans can't get enough of, from murder and dementia to live burials, open tombs, resurrection and zombies. And with three of horrordom's greatest villains (Vincent Price, Peter Lorre and Basil Rathbone) in the lead roles, the chills are guaranteed.

Director: Roger Corman
Not-Rated
89 mins
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I tre volti della paura (original title)

In this 1963 trilogy of chilling tales, a beautiful woman's ex-lover   terrorizes her, a father returns home a vampire, and a ghost haunts a nurse. The vampire story -- probably the most famous of the three -- stars a poignant Boris Karloff, who also plays host for the anthology. Italian horror impresario Mario Bava served as writer, director and cinematographer for the film, and composer Les Baxter serves up the martini-soaked lounge score.

Not-Rated
95 mins
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aka Twice-Told Tales

3 horror stories based on the writings of Nathaniel Hawthorne. In the 1st story titled "Dr. Heidegger's Experiment", Heidegger attempts to restore the youth of three elderly friends. In "Rappaccini's Daughter", Vincent Price plays a demented father innoculating his daughter with poison so she may never leave her garden of poisonous plants. In the final story "The House of the Seven Gables", The Pyncheon family suffers from a hundred year old curse and while in the midst of arguing over inheritance, the Pyncheon brother kills his sister. 

Director: Sidney Salkow
Not-Rated
120 mins
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Kaidan (original title)

Winner of the Special Jury Prize at Cannes, this film features four tales in which terror thrives and demons lurk. Adapted from traditional Japanese ghost stories, each of the four narratives finds its protagonist confronted by spirits. They compel him to either make amends for past mistakes, maintain vows of silence, satisfy the needs of the undead or capture phantoms that remain elusive. Masaki Kobayashi directs this lavish production.

Director: Masaki Kobayashi
Not-Rated
183 mins
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Ominous prophet Dr. Schreck (Peter Cushing) informs five train passengers -- including art critic Franklyn Marsh (Christopher Lee) and physician Bob Carroll (Donald Sutherland) -- about the grisly details of their imminent deaths in this anthology of eerie vignettes. Schreck tells Marsh that he will be maimed; that Carroll's new bride has a supernatural secret life; and that architect Jim Dawson (Neil McCallum) will be attacked by a werewolf.

Director: Freddie Francis
Not-Rated
98 mins
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aka Alien Massacre

John Carradine hosts this collection of five short films sure to induce long nights of blood-curdling terror. Selections include The Witches Clock, in which a young couple discovers a haunted timepiece in their new home; King Vampire, in which the men of Scotland Yard must stalk the undead to solve a murder mystery; and Monster Raid, in which a murdered scientist seeks revenge on his mutinous assistant.

Director: David L. Hewitt
Not-Rated
83 mins
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Burgess Meredith is Dr. Diabolo, the wickedly cruel host to this eerie peek into the lives of four carnival-goers who are given an unusual opportunity: They're granted the ability to glimpse their future. In four stories -- "Enoch," "Terror over Hollywood," "Mr. Steinway" and "The Man Who Collected Poe" -- the sideshow patrons witness their fates unfurl, filling them with dread and horror. But can they change the course of time?

Director: Freddie Francis
Not-Rated
93 mins
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Histoires Extraordinaires (original title)

Haunting adaptations of three Edgar Allen Poe stories make up this anthology of short films from three European directors. Roger Vadim's Metzengerstein tells the story of two lovers (Jane and Peter Fonda) who experience spiritual reincarnation. Louis Malle's William Wilson finds an Austrian officer (Alain Delon) haunted by a doppelganger, and Federico Fellini's Toby Dammit features a desperate actor (Terence Stamp) in a pact with the devil.

Writer:    Edgar Allan Poe
Not-Rated
121 mins
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Secrets of Sex (original title)

Originally titled The Secrets of Sex, this indescribable cult classic is more about fornication than fright -- but that doesn't stop director Anthony Balch (Horror Hospital) from throwing in some gore for good measure. A talking mummy (voiced by British radio personality Valentine Dyall) is your guide through a series of titillating vignettes designed to illustrate the enduring battle between the sexes.

Director: Antony Blach
R-Rated
91 mins
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Scotland's Yard's search for a missing film star leads them to a haunted house, which serves as the framework for four tales of the macabre starring horror icons Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee and Ingrid Pitt. They include a writer's murderous creation coming to life, a wax figure causing a fatal argument, a young girl developing an intense interest in witchcraft and an actor finding a cape that helps immerse him in his role as a vampire.

Director: Peter Duffell
PG
102 mins

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aka House of Crazies

When young Dr. Martin goes after a job at the Dunmoor Asylum for the Incurably Insane, the first hoop his prospective employers make him jump through is pinpointing the patient who is the asylum's former director.

Director: Roy Ward Baker
PG
89 mins
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When a sightseeing trip leads them astray, a group of tourists (including the glamorous Joan Collins) find themselves lost in an underground labyrinth where they come face to face with a monk (Ralph Richardson) who foretells their futures. Freddie Francis directs this vintage horror classic based on the chilling stories of William M. Gaines and Al Feldstein, a film not to be confused with the long-running HBO anthology series.

Director: Freddie Francis
PG
92 mins

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aka Creatures

In this anthology film based on four R. Chetwynd-Hayes short stories, the action revolves around an antique shop called Temptations and the tragedies that befall the fools who attempt to cheat the store's owner (Peter Cushing). In one of the stories, a customer (David Warner) unleashes an evil entity from an antique mirror; in another, a henpecked husband strikes up a sinister friendship with a retired army officer (Donald Pleasence).

Director: Kevin Conner
PG
94 mins

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Four stories of strange and sinister fantasy -- set in an asylum run by the mysterious Dr. Tremayne (Donald Pleasence) and presented as case studies for his visiting colleague, Dr. Nicholas (Jack Hawkins) -- comprise this classic horror anthology. In one episode, young Timothy Patrick (Peter McEnery) finds that an old-fashioned bicycle bequeathed to him by his Uncle Albert allows him to pedal back in time, with dire consequences.

Director: Freddie Francis
R-Rated
90 mins


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aka Further Tales From the Crypt

Trapped in an office building basement, five men reveal their darkest dreams in this compilation of chilling tales pulled from the E.C. Comics archives. In "Midnight Mess," a man stumbles into a restaurant after murdering his sister, only to discover that he's surrounded by diners with an insatiable appetite for blood. But that's only one of the terrifying gems you'll find locked in the Vault of Horror.

Director: Roy Ward Baker
PG
83 mins


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Karen Black plays four roles in this collection of three creepy tales from the director of the classic serial "Dark Shadows." One of the rare TV movies to attain cult status, Trilogy of Terror is famous for the third story, "Amelia." In that segment, a deadly Zuni voodoo doll pursues Black. In "Julie," Black plays a teacher who has a disturbing relationship with a student. In "Millicent and Therese," she plays both good and evil in a set of twins.

Director: Dan Curtis
R-Rated
72 mins

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An intimate dinner party for the crew of a horror film turns into a gruesome story-swapping contest to see who can tell the best supernatural tale -- but the catch is, it has to be true. Sharing their real-life spooky experiences, the guests talk about an enchanted coin that aids time travel; a man pursued by the spirit of someone he bankrupted; a hapless criminal; and a groom who weds the daughter of the devil.

Director: Joel M. Reed
PG
86 mins

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Ed Begley Jr., Joan Hackett, Anjanette Comer and Patrick Macnee headline this 1977 anthology of chilling horror stories directed by Hollywood veteran Dan Curtis and penned by author Richard Matheson. In "Second Chances," a man's vintage car transports him back in time; "Bobby" finds a mother being visited by her dead son; and "No Such Thing as a Vampire" centers on a married couple who discover bite marks on their necks.

Director: Dan Curtis
Not-Rated
76 mins

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Wilbur Gray, a horror writer, has stumbled upon a terrible secret, that cats are supernatural creatures who really call the shots. In a desperate attempt to get others to believe him, Wilbur spews three tales of feline horror.

Director: Denis Héroux
Not-Rated
89 mins


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10 college students go camping, when they get there, they tell scary stories to each other.

Director: James L. Wilson
PG
91 mins

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The works of horror novelist R. Chetwynd-Hayes are brought to life in this collection of tales that follow the writer (John Carradine) through an evening at a storytelling session. A charming vampire, Eramus (Vincent Price), leads the suspenseful accounts of ghosts and ghouls. Featured are rock tunes sung at the club, including B.A. Robertson's fun "Sucker For Your Love." Roy Ward Baker (The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires) directs.

Director: Roy Ward Baker
Not-Rated
104 mins

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Based on the E.C. comic books of the 1950s, this horror anthology includes radioactive meteorites, a creepy Father's Day party, a monster in a crate and thousands of cockroaches. Venerable horror director George Romero (Night of the Living Dead) and screenwriter Stephen King are responsible for the creepfest, which features performances by Leslie Nielsen, Hal Holbrook, Ted Danson, Adrienne Barbeau, Ed Harris, E.G. Marshall and even King himself.

Director: George A. Romero
Writer: Stephen King
R-Rated
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A collection of short stories. In one a woman who leaves her house late at night to drive to the store while a killer is loose encounters some problems. In the second an arcade whiz kid's obsession with a game leads to deadly consequences. In the third a small town priest loses his faith and decides to leave town, but in the desert is stalked by a mysterious black pick-up truck. In the final story, a family's problem with a rat is larger than they think.

Director: Joseph Sargent
R-Rated
99 mins



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This "Creepshow"-style anthology features a trio of short slasher flicks: the tale of a puppeteer who gets revenge on his family; the story of a woman whose murderous visions become all too real; and the tale of a thief and a sinister garden gnome. Loosely connecting the three films is the grim fate of two punks who steal these movies from a local video store. Contributing directors include Stanley A. Long and Michael Armstrong.

R-Rated
91 mins

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In this homage to Rod Serling's hit TV series, a bigot (Vic Morrow) experiences prejudice; a man (Scatman Crothers) helps the elderly regain their youth; a woman (Kathleen Quinlan) discovers a town controlled by an odd child; and a passenger (John Lithgow) sees something horrifying on the wing of his plane. Directors John Landis, Steven Spielberg, Joe Dante and George Miller helm this anthology of four classic tales of fantasy and horror. 

101 mins
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Three short stories by shock-meister Stephen King are linked by a stray cat that roams from one tale to the next in this creepy triptych that begins as Dick (James Woods) tries to quit smoking by any means necessary. Next, we meet Johnny (Robert Hays), an adulterous man who's forced by his lover's husband onto a building's hazardous ledge. Finally, Amanda (Drew Barrymore) is threatened by an evil gnome who throws suspicion on the family cat.

Director: Lewis Teague
Writer: Stephen King
PG-13
94 mins

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God and Satan aren't just riding the train for kicks; they've got important business: They must determine the fate of three troubled souls -- a man drugged and hypnotized into a black-market organ-harvesting scheme, a woman seduced into joining a deadly masochistic cult and a devout Catholic on a mission to destroy the son of Satan. Richard Moll, John Phillip Law and Merideth Haze star in this bizarre thriller.

R-Rated
98 mins


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aka The Griebels

When his bratty young nephew's fear of the dark keeps him from falling asleep, sadistic Uncle Mike (Michael Mesmer) makes matters worse by telling him a trio of warped bedtime stories, played out in live action. Director Jeffrey Delman's campy film puts a decidedly horrific spin on three classic fairy tales. Best known as Nick on TV's "Family Ties," Scott Valentine leads this playful thriller co-starring Melissa Leo and Nicole Picard.

Director: Jeffrey Delman
R-Rated
93 mins

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Five lonely strangers with time on their hands swap ghost stories while marking time in a rural bus depot. Little do they realize that their arriving bus is a one-way ticket to a land beyond the twilight zone. Chillers won the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films' prestigious Silver Scroll Award and still packs plenty of potent shocks as the travelers' nightmares come to life. Kind of puts you off mass transit!

Director: Daniel Boyd 
Un-Rated
91 mins

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Join the rotting but amiable Creep as he introduces this anthology of three gruesome tales written by the master of horror, Stephen King. An homage to the works of EC Comics, this wicked sequel takes viewers on one hair-raising roller-coaster ride. The vignettes involve a hit-and-run driver in "The Hitchhiker"; a wooden Indian in "Ol' Chief Wooden Head"; and four friends whose vacation on a secluded lake turns into a nightmare in "The Raft."

Director: Michael Gornick
R-Rated
92 mins

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aka The Offspring

On the eve of his niece's execution, historian Julian White (Vincent Price) recounts four terrifying tales in this gruesome horror anthology. It seems the town of Oldfield, Tenn., isn't the sleepy hamlet it appears to be: White introduces four scary short stories involving necrophilia, ghosts, voodoo priests and demon children with uncontrollable appetites. Clu Gulager, Terry Kiser, Harry Caesar, Rosalind Cash and Cameron Mitchell star.

Director: Jeff Burr 
R-Rated
99 mins

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Actress Shirley Latanya Jones returns from the director's first film (Black Devil Doll from Hell) to be in front of Turner's camcorder, and reads two spooky tales to the ghost of her dead son, Bobby. The second story features a zombie clown from Hell. When we finally return to Shirley, she kills her hot-headed boyfriend, and there's a bloody finale as the cops arrive.

Not-Rated
62 mins
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Three horror stories linked by a sinister delivery boy. The stories are "Heroine Overdose", "Pandora" and "Veteran's Day".

Director: Stephen M. Kienzle 
R-Rated
88 mins

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When the college administration drops Derek's class Psychology of Fear, the demented professor decides to continue teaching his unorthodox course at his home. Derek's unusual teaching style involves documenting his students' darkest fears and then scaring them silly. When a disgruntled ex-student shows up seeking revenge, Derek gives him a bloodcurdling lesson in fear. Marg Helgenberger, Jillian McWhirter, Marc McClure and Pamela Segall star.

Directors: Jim Wheat, Ken Wheat 
R-Rated
93 mins

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Four strangers are summoned to the basement of an abandoned house by a mysterious entity known only as The Sentinel. One after another, they are forced to witness heinous deeds they have yet to commit – and which will damn them for all eternity.

Director: Timothy O'Rawe
Not-Rated
79 mins

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Two travellers, one a well to do young clark on the way to a reunion with his wife, the other a scruffy, feral bounty hunter meet at sundown on a lonely prairie and agree to swap stories to pass the time. This is a portmanteau film featuring four intriguing stories linked by the two story teller's attempts to psych each other out.

Director: Wayne Coe
R-Rated
86 mins

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In this feature spinoff of the creepy television anthology, psycho chef Betty (Deborah Harry) plans to cook a little boy. The crafty tyke, however, stalls the violence by distracting Betty with three tales of terror. In "Lot 249," a grad student (Steve Buscemi) brings a mummy back to life. A millionaire hires a hit man (David Johansen) to kill a cat in "Cat from Hell." And in "Lover's Vow," an artist (James Remar) sells his soul to the devil.

Director: John Harrison
R-Rated 
93 mins

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Directors George Romero and Dario Argento each try their hand at an Edgar Allan Poe tale -- "The Facts in the Case of Mr. Valdemar" and "The Black Cat," respectively -- in this eerie double bill. In the first feature, Adrienne Barbeau is an ex-waitress who schemes with her ex-lover for her elderly husband's money. In the second film, Harvey Keitel plays a shutterbug who suffers the consequences of killing his girlfriend's cat.

R-Rated
120 mins

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When brothers Kyle (Jason Horst) and Josh (Joshua Miller) join their cousin Michael (Sean Astin) for a backyard camp out, the boys try to outdo one another with campfire horror stories. But they soon discover that even made-up tales can become frighteningly real. The goose bumps multiply as each grotesque story drags them closer to true terror. James Karen, Kathleen Freeman and Jeremy Miller also star in this spooky thrillfest.

Director: Brian Peck
PG-13
92 mins

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Gunnar Hansen stars as an uninvited drifter who joins a group of teens around their lonely campfire and begins spinning a series of gory tales that scare them witless, such as the story of a gang of flesh-hungry zombie pirates out for bloody revenge. The eerie stranger also recounts tales of a sinister Santa Claus, potheads whose toking results in grisly consequences, and a deranged psychopath on the prowl for … unsuspecting teens!

Not-Rated
88 mins

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Three short stories in the horror genre The first about a serial killer The second about a hair transplant going wrong The third about a base ball player.

TV-14
91 mins
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aka Necronomicon: Book of Dead

H.P. Lovecraft anthology is divided into four segments: "The Library" which is the wraparound segment involving Lovecraft's research into the Book of The Dead and his unwitting release of a monster and his writing of the following horror segments "The Drowned", "The Cold", and "Whispers".

R-Rated
96 mins
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In an experience more frightening than their worst nightmares, three  friends tour a funeral home with a creepy mortician (Clarence Williams III) in this Spike Lee-produced horror anthology. Along the way, they hear a story about each of the corpses. From cops turned bad to a child with uncanny powers, a bigoted politician tormented by voodoo dolls and a drug dealer who undergoes sensory rehab, all of the spooky tales have racial implications. 

Director: Rusty Cundieff 
R-Rated
97 mins
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aka Trilogy of Terror 2

Three tales of terror: in "The Graveyard Rats" lovers murder the woman's older husband and encounter horror when they attempt to rob his grave; "Bobby" is the story of a woman who summons her son back from the dead; and in "He Who Kills" an African doll goes on a murderous rampage.

Director: Dan Curtis
R-Rated
90 mins

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After four teenage friends crash their car, they discover a deserted church nearby and decide to wait there for help. To pass the time, they recount well-known urban legends such as the tale of a young newlywed couple attacked by werewolves when out camping on their honeymoon. Other spooky stories tell of a girl terrorized by a psycho she met on the Internet and a biker visiting a haunted farmhouse.

R-Rated
93 mins
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Creepy wanderlust storyteller Aaron Quicksilver (Christopher Lloyd) hosts this hair-raising double feature that begins with Stephen King's "Chattery Teeth," in which a traveling salesman (Raphael Sbarge) makes a big mistake when he picks up two passengers -- a lunatic hitchhiker and a possessed pair of plastic chattering teeth. In Clive Barker's "The Body Politic," a plastic surgeon (Matt Frewer) battles an army of murderous severed limbs.

Director: Mick Garris 
Not-Rated
90 mins
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John Ritter stars in this three-part horror anthology as Bob Carter, a real estate salesman trying to sell a home to a pair of young newlyweds. But each of the three available houses has been the site of a grisly murder, and Bob insists on recalling the grim details of each case for his potential customers. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

R-Rated
96 mins


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This gory, cannibalistic cult classic combines two films into one bloody double feature hosted by an equally ghoulish figure known only as The Crap Keeper (played by the iconic Lloyd Kaufman). First up is a movie boasting two porn legends, Julie Strain and Ron Jeremy, battling a wayward alien; second is a raucous look into a stripper party gone awry. Catch cameos by Count Smokula and punk rockers New Found Glory.

Not-Rated
90 mins

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Saam Gaang Yi (original title)

Three Asian masters of horror spin twisted tales in this terrifying trilogy that begins with "Dumplings" by Hong Kong's Fruit Chan, in which an aging actress's obsession with recapturing her youth leads to an unnatural diet. In Korean filmmaker Chan-wook Park's "Cut," a movie extra with a grudge torments a successful director. Japan's Takashi Miike directs "Box," in which sibling rivalry and jealousy reach disturbing new heights.

R-Rated
118 mins

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aka Creepshow 3

Prepare yourself for five stories of unimaginable horror. A remote control takes charge in "Alice," while "The Radio" drives a security guard to murder. In "The Haunted Dog," the nasty Dr. Farwell gets a taste of his own medicine. "Rachel the Call Girl" is a ruthless killer who finally meets her match in a vampiric john, and two students set out to prove that there's more to "Professor Dayton's Wife" than meets the eye.

R-Rated
104 mins

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An ancient demon hides out in a death row prison, feeding on the condemned men who will not be missed. In a fairy-tale vision of Russia, a brutish Ogre becomes the guardian of orphaned children destined to be devoured by a trio of ghostly women living deep in the woods. A lowley data-entry clerk finds his job threatened by his company's new affirmative action policy. One that attempts to properly incorporate the workforce's new members. The Living Dead! Death may be the end, but its also a great way to get promoted. These are simply the main dishes that make up A Four Course Meal, a horror-comedy-anthology about the tasty nature of cannibalism.

Director: Clay Liford
Not-Rated
95 mins
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aka Hood of Horror

Follow Snoop Dogg through three terrifying tales from the Hood of Horror, where your present actions determine your fate in the afterlife. The depraved denizens of this nefarious neighborhood can all look forward to a very unpleasant eternity.

Directors: Stacey Title
R-Rated
84 mins

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Trapped in a house of horror, seven people discover that the only way they'll get out alive is to tell their scariest stories, setting the stage for five tales from directors Ken Russell, Sean S. Cunningham, Joe Dante, Monte Hellman and John Gaeta. This anthology includes spine-tingling tales of sexy succubi, possessed breast implants, nightmarish dream hauntings and more. Jayce Bartok, Lara Harris and Henry Gibson star.

R-Rated
105 mins

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While being interrogated by a police psychiatrist, the near-catatonic Tabitha (Katheryn Winnick) tries to explain why she and two of her childhood friends (Laura Breckenridge and Jessica Lucas) are being hunted by a serial killer. The truth that's dying to come out weaves together three tragic secrets from their past. Keir O'Donnell and Tad Hilgenbrinck co-star as two of the girls' boyfriends who become unwitting targets in their deadly game.

Director: John Simpson
R-Rated
85 mins
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Horror master George A. Romero keeps you too scared to sleep with these chilling tales about a woman's frantic search for her missing husband, a lonely man finding a strange companion and a mother seeking medical treatment for her peculiar son.

R-Rated
77 mins
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After begging a DVD rental store owner (Rick Poli) to let them rent scary movies as he's closing for a private Halloween party, a young couple (J.D. Brown and Stephanie Danielson) misses the midnight return time -- and they soon learn they'll have to pay the late fee with their own blood. When the owner arrives at their home with his ghastly guests, the frightening movie night turns into a real-life nightmare in this horror-filled spine chiller.

R-Rated
90 mins
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In writer-director Michael Dougherty's fright fest, Halloween's usually boisterous traditions turn deadly, and everyone in a small town tries to survive one night in pure hell … but who will still be alive in the morning? Several stories weave together, including a loner fending off a demented trick-or-treater's attacks; kids uncovering a freaky secret; a school principal -- who moonlights as a serial killer -- poisoning his candy; and more.

R-Rated
82 mins
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When an amnesiac comes to outside an unfamiliar motel, she pages through a trio of sketchbooks in an attempt to regain her memory. But the images she sees suggest a frightening world she's rather forget.

Director: Anthony G. Sumner 
Not-Rated
107 mins
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The screams -- and laughs -- come fast and furious in this anthology of four tongue-in-cheek horror tales, each from a different writer/director. The baddies range from a gang of gay "werebears" and a monster sperm to Nazi madmen and zombies.

Not-Rated
119 mins
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Legendary horror movie auteur George A. Romero serves up three tales of horror, including the story of a professor who pays for his playboy ways, another featuring hikers trapped in a cave and the third about a man driven to murder to save his wife.

R-Rated
101 mins
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Death and sex intertwine in these three horror tales: one about a couple that lures homeless girls into their abode for sex; one that involves the black market trade for mutated semen; and one that describes a sadomasochistic relationship gone bad.

Not-Rated
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Four teenagers on a drive through the English countryside pass through the mysterious town of Blackwood, where they come face-to-face with a man named Ed Craven, nicknamed "Hammer Head" by locals for his preferred method of killing. Legend has it that he stalks his victims, knocks them out with a hammer and feasts on their flesh. Will the friends stick around to learn whether the rumors are true and risk becoming Hammer Head's next meal?

Director: Joe Castro
Not-Rated
79 mins
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When a girl wanders into an abandoned theater, she's treated to a show with surreal tales of bizarre sexuality and horror, including a couple's encounter with a seductive witch and a woman who sees others' memories by stealing their eyeball fluid.

Not-Rated
114 mins


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Our Top Ten Anthology Horror Films of (Arranged by Year)





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**[Bonus Movie]** 

We've decided to add a bonus movie to our top 10 list mainly because we believe Creepshow 1 & 2 are about a tie!

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Synopsis' taken from:
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The Mothman

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