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This has to be one of the worst anthology horror movies I've ever seen. Some of the make up effects are very well done I'll give it that but seriously, some of the stories are like 2 minutes long, it's pathetic. The first 3 stories last about 15 minutes COMBINED, hell, the whole movie is just over an hour long if you don't include the credits. The Hellyfish segment is interesting and would make a good feature movie if it had a budget to speak of but the rest of the stories range from completely pointless to just weird.
It's not as bad as Creepshow 3 but it's not far behind. Oh and the trailer says this film has one of the best kill scenes in a film ever....WHERE? There's generic Zombie kills, a decapitation scene similar to the one in Wrong turn and a few off screen kills with blood splatter effects, absolutely NOTHING you haven't seen before.
Avoid this at all costs, rubbish.
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