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CreepTales (2004)

On Halloween night, two shabby, dimwitted hunchbacks dig up the anthology horror video CreepTales that was buried with their Uncle Munger, and show it to their dimwitted monster friends.

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Jess Sherman ...
Fritz / Pizza Guy #2 (segment "Wraparound")
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Creeg / Pizza Guy #1 (segment "Wraparound")
Tim Choate ...
Uncle Munger (segment "Wraparound")
Bill Peck ...
Video Store Manager (segment "Wraparound")
Alan York ...
Party Creep (segment "Wraparound")
Jason Minton ...
Party Creep (segment "Wraparound")
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Party Creep (segment "Wraparound")
Kerry Gammill ...
Party Creep (segment "Wraparound")
Mack Hayes ...
Party Creep (segment "Wraparound")
Edwin Mullins ...
(segment "Wraparound") (voice)
Walter Weaver ...
Daddy Cranston
Molly Todd ...
Young Viola (segment "Warped")
Marilyn Prince ...
Shopper Victim (segment "Snatcher")
Darrell Hyde ...
Young Bum (segment "Snatcher")
Jules Takashi ...
Kid
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On Halloween night, two shabby, dimwitted hunchbacks dig up the anthology horror video CreepTales that was buried with their Uncle Munger, and show it to their dimwitted monster friends.

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Comedy | Horror

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Filming began in 1986 and was finished in 1989, but the video was never released until 2004. See more »

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References Popeye the Sailor (1960) See more »

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Party in the House of Souls
Vocals by Tom Kenny
Courtesy of Tim Boxell and Gus Jones
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Fun in the vein of Tales from the Crypt
10 December 2004 | by (Dallas, Texas) – See all my reviews

When people mix horror and comedy, or cobble together a bunch of smaller films, the results are not usually pleasant. This is why I was pleasantly surprised by this goofy little collection of stories, loosely knit together in the manner of Creepshow, Tales from the Crypt, etc.

It appears to me that the enterprising filmmakers took several short (or perhaps unfinished) scary flicks and put them together with a funny story to bind them together. This surrounding story is played with cheesy delight: hunchbacked ghouls want to watch a scary movie, so they have a party and steal a video tape from their uncle's tomb. The uncle then comes after them, with predictably gleeful results!

Some of the segments are very weird and eerie, ala Warped and Howling Nightmare (a segment that feels unfinished to me). On the other hand, most of the tales are very silly. Some, such as the Closet, Snatcher and Sucker (the only one where they really go for the gross-out) were very wacky, Tales From the Crypt fare. The segment entitled Groovy Ghoulie Garage, despite the exceptionally goofy title (and ending), is played very gamely and a great treat for those of us who loved the old horror comics (Eerie, House of Mystery) with the 'shock endings' (that you could see coming a mile away) to every story.

Overall, a really high-spirited little collection of B-grade horror. Perfect for a party of your own or viewing when you need a chuckle!


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