Creepshow. Filled with five spooky vignettes told in a '50s E.C. Comics format, it's George A. Romero's best non-zombie film (except for the “Father's Day” and “Something to Tide You Over” segments) and are suitably creepy, indeed (especially the final one, which still has us reaching for the bug spray). Not a bad way to honor the late horror movie maestro.
If Halloween is a month-long holiday for you— or a lifestyle, like it is for those of us with the blackest of hearts— then you’re probably pretty stoked to see all of the classic horror movies appearing in theaters right around now. If you don’t already have every night filled with the spookiest of festivities, you should be partaking in the Frida Cinema’s Stephen King Month, which keeps going this week with