A detective investigates a missing film star, leading him to enquire into a house’s tragic history. Brisk Amicusanthology horror based on Robert Bloch short stories (with one standout yarn) – four twisty tales plus a wraparound story – delivering value for money and some genre-friendly faces.
Three couples reunite to scatter the ashes of a friend from their university days. The horror anthology meets a Big Chill/Return of the Secaucus Seven/Peter’s Friends-style relationships flick. A strong cast of UK TV comic faces helps, though the movie falls apart when the framing narrative plays its awkward, clumsy hand.
Horror anthology with plenty of gory antics. Very well realised, with a firm nod to its 80s and 90s contemporaries and featuring an older, though still glowering, Clancy Brown – who chomps his way through with some quirky dialogue. Not too serious, but so well made its worth a watch!