Creepshow – Tamara’s Never Seen

Doug recommended Tamara watch Creepshow, but will the cheesiness be too much?

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  1. I love this movie. The second one is enjoyable as well but not as good. Especially because it’s only 3 stories as opposed to 5.

  2. I kind of want to watch this movie now. I mean, it’s Stephen King playing a hick farmer. I at least want to see that XD.

  3. The Movie Explorer

    Saw this back in the day when it was on HBO. The only segments I remember were the Stephen King one and the Ted Danson/Leslie Nielsen one. Well, I vaguely remember Adrienne Barbeau, but how did I forget the wolf with horrific dentition was a thing that existed? That seems like something that would stick in the old memory!

    Recommended for a future TNS: Trilogy of Terror. Yes, it’s made for TV, but it’s worth the effort (if only for the last segment).

  4. Snorgatch Pandalume

    Tamara, you like cats, you should see Cat’s Eye. It’s a 1985 horror anthology movie written by Stephen King. It’s a lot like Creepshow.

  5. I haven’t seen Creepshow but I did see most of Season 1 of Parks and Recreation. ^.~

  6. Haven’t seen this, but I’d like to. I’ve been aware of Creepshow ever since I saw Bravo’s special 100 Scariest Movie Moments with cockroach body burst at moment 99. I seem to remember someone saying that the Mr. Pratt’s fear of bugs was might to suggests his fear of minorities, so you description of his treatment of the black worker makes sense. BTW the number one moment of there list was the opening swimmer death in Jaws you described so well in your last video. Actually all your descriptions of scary moments have been really good.

    I’m REALLY looking forward to Christmas month! While I’m assuming it’ll be mostly newer movies (you already mentioned Die Heart), I would it if you told everybody you’d never seen It’s a Wonderful Life or some other-older holiday classic that’s been overplayed televised.


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