Directors: Douglas Buck, Buddy Giovinazzo, David Gregory, Karim Hussain, Jeremy Kasten, Tom Savini, Richard Stanley
Writers: Zach Chassler, Richard Stanley, Scarlett Amaris, Emiliano Ranzani, Buddy Giovinazzo, John Esposito, Douglas Buck, Karim Hussain, David Gregory
Stars: Udo Kier, Virginia Newcomb, Amanda Marquardt
Another day, another movie anthology. Though this one really isn’t like all the others – when it says the Theatre Bizarre, it really does mean it. The interwoven sequences that bind the individual screen plays together aren’t all that great, but the stories themselves are definintely somewhat chilling.
The first story seems to give it a pretty slow start, and to be honest, the second is only slightly better. Where it really begins to improve is in the third offering, and if you’re a male, you likely won’t agree too much after you watch it – but do watch it. The fourth offering is a little strange, but a concept I like none the less, and the fifth and final one is my absolute favorite.
Having watched it a few times now, I feel like there may be some bit of poitical messaging in the shows, that you wouldn’t normally expect form a movie, but at the same time, it’s very enjoyable, just because it’s nice to see something just that little bit different. This movie earns itself a nice quite three bloody kitties out of five.