– (2016) – Anthology of six stories that focus on a bullied teen, an evil spawn, a resurrected creature, fertility rituals, a family search, female revenge, a virtual reality device, and dual murderers, all taking place on separate holidays. Though there are brushes with amateurism and silliness, there are also moments of shock and tension. Nothing stands out as a classic, as even the best tales have lackluster outcomes, but this is enjoyable straight through.
– (2006) – A mentally disabled kid who’s turned over to a pedophile becomes the expected killer of an Easter onslaught. With so few characters, it’s hard not to predict the lousy outcome. With so few inclusions of logic, it’s hard to care about a single second of transpiring crud.
– (1988) – Small, hairy creatures hatch in a small town to feed on everything, preferably people. Slow from the start and never displays a pulse, even during an explosive finale. Nothing terrible occurs, but what does happen is easy to ignore.
– (1983) – A radioactive mutant sneak-attacks a small town on Easter. Gets off to a great start and moves quickly through some entertaining events. Slows as it rolls on, and eventually turns into a man vs. beast bore.