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David Ryan Keith
As midnight falls, all manner of terror invades the Earth. Demons, cannibals, killers, ghosts and monsters swarm the world in these tales of the supernatural, the fantastic, and the just plain horrific. Featuring nine stories of horror.
With the help of her friends, Emily moves to a remote home to take better care of her brother, Zack who is diagnosed with cerebral palsy. But what they don't know is that the house kept a terrifying secret that will haunt them one by one.
Trapped in a damaged cryogenic pod, a man is forced to watch a series of horrific science-fiction tales while his life support systems run out. Featuring eight intense stories of the unknown and other-worldly, equally wonderful and terrifying. Visit the GALAXY OF HORRORS, if you dare! Curated from Rue Morgue & Unstable Ground's Little Terrors Festival.Written by
Like all anthologies, this one has some highs and lows but let's be clear, if you are looking for a "Creepshow"-like coherent movie, prepare to be a bit disappointed: the movie presents itself more like a honest (modest?) themed compilation of short stories from different authors and countries - USA, Italia, Germany and France if I got it right. If some of them strongly lurks in "Twilight Zone" and "Black Mirror" territories, some tries to expand into cinematic ambitions - "Alien", Caro/Jeunet's, "2001" for the most visual efforts - even the Cronenberg's "new flesh" is part of it!
So, "Galaxy of Horrors" unashamedly quotes its inspirations (50 years and counting of sci-fi) and is a work of love from semi-pro to pro teams which blends the most gruesome to the most beautiful parts of the Sci-fi/horror score, from the most clichéd to the wittiest. If you like this kind of experimental project with a touch of risk, get aboard. Not a waste of time (to me) to discover new talents.
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