Horror • R • 1987 • 1 hr 30 min
Not as good as Creepshow but still great
Not all the segments were outstanding but the one's that were good, were great. If you enjoy anthology films then you should check this out.
Not nearly as good as the first but ‘The Raft’ is super spooky.
A pleasant anthology film that didn't quite live up to the fun of the first but was still a good watch.
Certainly not as strong as the first one but still an enjoyable experience if you're a fan of anthology horror
Not as good as the first, but worth a watch
Just like any other anthology film, if you don’t like it, wait a few minutes.
Indian skit is prolly the best….is it just me or did the villain look like john red corn?
Good movie with different stories throughout really well done
Criminally underrated sequel. We get 3 more great stories with fun scares and wicked special effects. Not better, but a proper sequel.
Inspired by the E.C. comics of the 1950s, George A. Romero and Stephen King bring five tales of terror to the screen.
The rotting Creep himself is back with three new gruesome tales of horror that will make your skin crawl; a cigar store wooden Indian comes to life to avenge the store owner's brutal murder at the hands of three punks in "Old Chief Wood'nhead." The chills continue with "The Hitchhiker," The chilling tale of a woman who keeps running into, and over, the same mutilated man on a lonely road.
This follow-up to the George Romero/Stephen King-launched anthology series features five new tales of horror and a wraparound. The main stories deal with alternative realities ("Alice"), possessed communication devices ("The Radio"), vampires and serial killers in lust ("Call Girl"), mad inventors ("The Professor's Wife"), and hauntings from beyond the grave ("Haunted Dog").