This book contains 180 horror movie reviews; five of the best releases for each year between 1980 and 2016. Each film description contains a synopsis, a list of attributed genres, seven ratings and a three-paragraph review.
Gets your heart pumping!
The creators of Blood Clots have curated seven creepy short stories from Hewes Pictures’ library and came up with a horror anthology film. These stories are very different from one another, but if they share one thing, it’s visual quality. You get all the gore you can possibly want without getting into torture porn. The only thing that could make this film drastically better is a wraparound story.
Story one is about an unlucky woman versus a zombie. Story two is about a bunch of cannibals. Story three is a werewolf short that can afford boobs but not a werewolf. Story four is about a monster in a basement. Story five is yet another zombie flick about survivors with a neat trick to avoid getting eaten. Story six has giant jellyfish in it. Story seven is a Lovecraftian romance.
Most shorts end in irony, the way you’d expect a segment from an anthology film to conclude, but some could’ve used a script doctor. The best segments were, in my opinion, kept for last. They are better written, and they don’t feel shorter or longer than they need to be. If you’re a horror anthology completist, you need to see this. It isn’t Creepshow, but it’s awesome in its own way.