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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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This film was first released in the U.S. on VHS in 1989. See more »

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References Gojira (1954) 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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Great ghoul stuff on a tight budget
25 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After spending an afternoon surfing through a bunch a low budget horror flicks with lousy acting and effects, I finally found something good. On top of horror and suspense,I got a laugh from watching some goofy looking ghouls pitching their anthology of horror stories around a living room TV set with a bunch of ghoul friends.

Watching this gathering of nutty horror characters push their "Creep Tales" product was kind of extreme, but the makeup on the Ghoulish characters was good ,and the set of stories chosen for the film, made it worthwhile.

A few ghouls dig up their Uncle from the graveyard and we discover that he has a copy of the "Creep Tales" DVD in his arms. OK,whatever.

The ghouls take the DVD back to their house where other ghouls have been waiting to watch the movie.Popcorn,pizza,and refreshments are consumed in ghoul style and their eyes are peeled on the TV set as each story starts.

Between the stories of the film , we see the ghouls around the TV reacting to each story you and I had just seen. They grunt and moan with contentment and push each other with delight over the story. Handfuls of popcorn are shoved into their mouths while rats escape from inside the popcorn buckets.

Finding the Makeup effects interesting,I also found myself anticipating the breaks between stories and what the ghouls would do next. They could have added a little more levity,but when we find that the dead uncle has woken up in his open grave, and found his copy of Creep Tales gone,you know someone is going to die.

The stories were entertaining for suspense, and didn't go over board with cheap horror tricks or bad special effects. I was surprised that the writing wasn't cornier.

Compared to the other ridiculous and stupid low budget junk out there, I found the editing,sound ,and acting on level with the budget.

If this production team give it another go, they may have the makings of something really top notch. Some humor on top of horror and suspense always keeps me wanting more.


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