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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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Edited from Tales of the Unknown (1990) 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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Come on... this movie STINKS!
14 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

I'm glad that at least one other person (so far) in this user comments section has seen this movie as the disaster it is. I can't believe that anyone would like this movie. Watching it, it doesn't take long to imagine what the makers of this movie said at their first meeting: "Hey, let's make a horror anthology movie, even though we are either too cheap to spend serious money or have no money at all@ Instead of coming up with our own stories, we'll just buy some shorts made by struggling filmmakers - since there is almost no market for short films, we can buy them cheap! Then we'll spend our bottle return money on a wraparound segment, and presto, we'll have a movie!"

That wraparound segment is the worst segment of the movie, appallingly cheap, murky, and dark to the eye. But how are the other stories? Well, the first segment concerning the family reunion has plot twists that you'll see a long way coming. The second segment, about a purse snatcher, is just dumb, and thankfully is very short. The next segment, "The Closet", is even shorter, but is totally bankrupt of imagination and surprise. The next segment, about the werewolf, has some not bad makeup effects, but has no surprises whatsoever. The last segment, "Sucker", is the most ambitious of all the segments. It tries to have a "Twilight Zone" feel (though more comic), and it's clear some time and money was invested in making it. However, the stuff at the end falls flat.

It seems this movie spent some time on the shelf after completion. No wonder.


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