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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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(screenplay), (screenplay) | 8 more credits »
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Cast

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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 Coming to America (1988) See more »

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Wound Up Woman
Composed by Andy Morantz, Thomas Lieberman (as Tom Lieberman) and Jeff Copeland
Performed by Thomas Lieberman (as Tom Lieberman) and Andy Morantz
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Classic Ghoulie Fun!
28 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As horror compilations go, this one is one of the better ones. Of course, there aren't many out there. But there should be.

If you ever liked Creepshow or Tales from the Crypt, you'll like this one. In some respects it's better. All the stories are classic horror/gore mix with some ghoulish humor thrown in. My personal favorite is the one called "Sucker." The "Wrap-around" -- the segments between the segments -- is a bit cheesy, but deliberately so. Too bad all the drive-ins are gone. This one would be fun to see at midnight in the open air.

Watch this one with your favorite date and snuggle close. You're in for a good time!


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