Writer: George A Romero (Screenplay) Stephen King (Story)
Plot: Three more bone-chilling tales that include a vengeful wooden Native American, a monstrous blob in a lake, and a hitchhiker who wants revenge and will not die.
Verdict: Solid Short Horror Stories
Old Chief Wood’nhead: This one starts with Ray Spruce, a small town shop owner who has himself a Native American, he along with his wife Martha who wants him to retire because the town has slowly started to become deserted. When the leader of the Native American Ben brings Ray his people’s treasure as a mark of respect to show they will pay their debts back, things take a turn when a group of thugs rob the shop and kill Ray and Martha. Seeing his owners murdered the statue comes to life to get revenge for the deaths of his masters. This is a typical revenge like story that takes a long time to build and is over way too quickly. (5/10)
The Raft: This story finds a group of college students on a trip away drinking and smoking weed, they are heading to this raft in the middle of a lake, what they find in this lake is a mysterious blob that devourers whatever it touches. This is one I do like because it goes straight into the action never being afraid to sacrifice character development as well as being gory as they come. (8/10)
The Hitchhiker: This final story follows a cheating wife who in a desperate race to get back to her home before her husband gets home hits a hitchhiker before driving off. The rest of her journey follows her questioning her morale compass as she decides if she should have stop before the ghost of the hitchhiker starting to haunt her. I like this non stop style along with the gore value being used throughout. (7/10)
Director Review: Michael Gornick – Michael brings us a god group of horror stories. (6/10)
Horror: Creepshow 2 each story has its own style of horror which works very well for this film. (7/10)
Settings: Creepshow 2 uses the settings well that work for the horror style. (8/10)
Special Effects: Creepshow 2 has great effects for the kills with the ones from the Raft looking extra good. (9/10)
Suggestion: Creepshow 2 is one for the horror fans to try, it might not reach the same levels others can. (Horror Fans Try)
Best Part: The Raft effects.
Worst Part: First story is slightly slow.
Believability: No (0/10)
Chances of Tears: No (0/10)
Chances of Sequel: Has one more sequel.
Post Credits Scene: No
Oscar Chances: No
Box Office: $14 Million
Budget: $3.5 Million
Runtime: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
Tagline: When The Curtain Goes Up, The Terror Begins!
Overall: Solid addition to but never reaches the levels of the first one