– (1989) – Anthology of four stories that focus on a hedge clipper killer, girls lost in a bad area, a radio DJ stalker, and the ax murderer wraparound. The college set-up isn’t bad, and leads to less obvious surprises than the stories told within. Pretty well made for a late ’80s effort that went nowhere.
– (1989) – Anthology of two stories that focus on a serial killer and a suicidal clown. The stories themselves are okay in that they strive for horror, but the overlong wraparounds spend too much time with a cheap production and pretentious demonic warbling. Has enough creepy merit to ensure one easy viewing.
– (1989) – Anthology of four stories that focus on an addict and his dog, vengeful vampires, hardcore drug addition, and graveyard dirt. A complete mess that lacks overall focus and a means to tie these stories into the opening shooting rampage. Has okay moments scattered about, but fails as a whole.
– (2014) – Anthology of intertwining stories that focus on the end of times through a magician, an inventor, skateboarders, and an internet pervert. An unfocused mess that takes idiotic ideas too seriously and never makes a valid point. Not long, but tries patience with one ugly and inept segment after another.
– (1972) – Anthology of four stories that focus on a dismembered body, a mysterious suit, a murderess, and human replica robots. The concept of telling stories through mental patients is commendable, but the tales themselves are rather flat and dopey. Sometimes amusing, but never scary, humorous, or surprising.