Ep. 04-16: Creepshow (1982)

A classic anthology from two horrors masters, George A. Romero and Stephen King, this film is made up of five stories, held together with 50’s style comic imagery. A murdered man returns from the grave demanding his Father’s Day cake, a meteor’ discharge causes anything and anyone to grow into otherworldly plants, a vengeful husband buries his wife and her lover to await death at high tide, a professor uses his nagging wife as a tasty snack for a strange crated monster, and finally, an evil millionaire and germaphobe becomes prey to an army of cockroaches.


Happy Holidays and welcome to the last segment in our three-part classic Stephen King celebration! This one is a two-for, folks. Not only are you getting a literary giant, but the visionary genius of director George A. Romero (Dawn of the Dead (1978) as well. Join us as we discuss why this movie is a classic including the phenomenal cast, expert direction and script, gruesome special effects, and delightful music and animation. Listen as Johnny Has the Keys journeys back for this loving tribute to EC Comics (Tales from the Crypt; Vault of Horror), clearly childhood inspiration for two of the masters.



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