– (2012) – A sound technician on his first horror movie discovers the subject matter is truer than anticipated. Okay for the banter between dysfunctional characters, but after a while the the same scenes appear to repeat themselves. Moves at a crawl and lacks a coherent point.
– (1989) – Anthology of four stories that focus on a murderous pool, a Halloween Scrooge, movie set zombies, and a haunted house. Though the stories are far from original, they do display an ambitious care for horror. The acting is atrocious, the overdubbing hysterical, and the cheap F/X highly amusing.
– (2011) – Anthology of six stories that focus on a witch, an unfaithful wife, supposed nightmares, the discovery of death, eyeball goo, and food addicts. More an assembly of film school projects than a purposeful collection, and spends too much time trying to make sense of itself. Horror arises here and there, but most areas are self-important.