Creepshow (1982)

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Five tales of terror are presented. The first deals with a demented old man returning from the grave to get the Father’s Day cake his murdering daughter never gave him. The second is about a not-too-bright farmer discovering a meteor that turns everything into plant-life. The third is about a vengeful husband burying his wife and her lover up to their necks on the beach. The fourth is about a creature that resides in a crate under the steps of a college. The final story is about an ultra-rich businessman who gets his comeuppance from cockroaches.



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You’ve Never Seen Creepshow

A look at Stephen King and George A. Romero’s Five Jolting Tales of Horror. 1982’s anthology Creepshow.






10 Things You Didnt Know About Creepshow

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With a slightly heftier budget and his first big-name cast, George Romero teams up with Stephen King for a quintet of E.C.-like comic book chillers that Really Do Look Like Comic Books!


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“Romero and King have approached this movie with humor and affection, as well as an appreciation of the macabre.” – Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun Times

Masters of the macabre – writer Stephen King and director George A. Romero – conjure up five shocking yarns, each a virtuoso exercise in the ghouls-and-gags style of classic ’50s horror comics. A murdered man emerges from the grave for Father’s Day cake. A meteor’s ooze makes everything … grow. A professor selects his wife as a snack for a crated creature. A scheming husband plants two lovers up to their necks in terror. A malevolent millionaire with an insect phobia becomes the prey of a cockroach army. Add the spirited performances of an excellent cast (Hal Holbrook, Adrienne Barbeau, Leslie Nielsen, Ted Danson, E.G. Marshall and King himself) and the ghoulish makeup wizardry of Tom Savini, and you have a non-stop, thrilling ride that “plays like an anthology of human phobias” (Roger Ebert)!



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This clip contains a portion from the new “Terror And The Three Rivers,” A Round Table Discussion On The Making Of Creepshow With John Amplas, Tom Atkins, Tom Savini, And Marty Schiff


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Kings of Horror Ep. 3 - CREEPSHOW (1982)


CraveOnline’s William “Bibbs” Bibbiani and Shock Till You Drop’s Ryan Turek review and analyze a different theatrically-released horror movie based on the works of Stephen King in Kings of Horror, a 31-part web-series released daily throughout the month of October 2013.

George A. Romero’s anthology fright flick Creepshow, inspired by the E.C. Comics of the 1950s, was written by and co-stared Stephen King. Is it a timeless tale of terror or just a mixed bag?







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