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An anthology which tells five terrifying tales based on the E.C. horror comic books of the 1950s.

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Variety - 10/10 by Variety Staff George Romero, collaborating with writer Stephen King, again proves his adeptness at combining thrills with tongue-in-cheek humor.
Chicago Reader - 9/10 by Dave Kehr This five-part film, based on the format of 50s horror comics, marks one of the few times George Romero has directed someone else's script (it's by Stephen King), and the results are only mildly interesting by the standards of his Dead trilogy.
Lawrence Journal-World - 8/10 by Jon Niccum A horror anthology not without its grisly charms
Slasherpool - 8/10 by Andreas Samuelson Colorful, amusing, and awfully simple - just like a comic book.
Chicago Sun-Times - 8/10 by Roger Ebert Romero and King have approached this movie with humor and affection, as well as with an appreciation of the macabre.
Empire - 8/10 by Ian Nathan Genuinely creepy, satirical and occasionally daft horror tales with a distinctly moral bent.
Cinema Crazed - 8/10 by Felix Vasquez Jr. One of the rare horror anthologies with a sharp sense of storytelling and an intrinsic ability for irony and metaphor... - 7/10 by Rob Vaux As much as I love and admire Romero's zombie pictures... I may love Creepshow just a little bit more.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 6/10 by Jay Scott King's stories are nothing special, and with the exception of the final entry, nothing in the film is particulary scary.
Birth.Movies.Death. - 6/10 by Jacob Knight As fun as Creepshow is, the movie Romero and King crafted is also an act of revenge, as each has recounted in interviews how the EC titles the movie is paying tribute to were frowned upon by many in mainstream society.
Combustible Celluloid - 5/10 by Jeffrey M. Anderson The segments are consistent in quality and the film is still effective and entertaining.
New York Times - 4/10 by Vincent Canby Horror film purists may object to the levity even though failed, as a lot of it is.

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