The Field Guide to Evil (horror anthology)

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  1. Colin

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    Love the different perspectives. Cool idea for an anthology.
     
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    I'm an anthology buff so this looks promising to me.
     
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    Natas Is it October yet?

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    Looks interesting.
     
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    I'll put in on my list. There are a few anthologies that are before this one though.
     
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    Watched the first couple of segments last night, and it's disappointing.
    Some nice visuals, and a pretty effective jump scare in the first one, but otherwise, it's another modern anthology movie, with stories, that don't really go anywhere.
    Weird shit happens, and then it jumps to the next "story".
    What I love about Creepshow, Twilight Zone, Outer Limits, Vault of Horror, Tales from the Crypt etc, is that they feel like short movies, with a proper story, interesting characters, and a satisfying (usually twist) ending. But most of these modern anthology movies, just feel pointless, and a waste of time.

    I only watched the first half, before I got bored and actually fell asleep. I will give it another chance, and watch the second half, but I'm not really looking forward to it.

    I'll give my final thought, when I've seen the rest. Maybe there is at least ONE gem in there ;)
     

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