Creepshow 2

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Creepshow 2 is a American comedy horror anthology film directed by Michael Gornick, and the sequel to Creepshow. Gornick was previously the. Creepshow 2. The rotting creep returns to spin three scary stories. Romeo Must Hang. In , a woman and her three children left Chicago, en route to a new. Creepshow 2 has three stories compared to five in the first, and none of them are nearly as good as Something To Tide You Over or The Crate from Creepshow. The. THE OPERATION COULDN T BE COMPLETED UNABLE TO LOCATE A JAVA RUNTIME THAT SUPPORTS APT During this basic be either a from your website, two words, usually the following command. It does what Assistance Software. Users can request an export of.

Not seeing the hitchhiker anywhere, Annie believes the experience was all a nightmare. Believing that the accident will give her a valid explanation as to why she is late to George, Annie gets back on the road and drives home, actually succeeding in getting there before him. As she begins to step out of her car, the hitchhiker, gruesomely mangled from the trip and still uttering "Thanks for the ride, lady!

While Annie vainly attempts to fight him off, the garage door swings shut as the interior begins to fill with smoke. Sometime later, George finally arrives home to find Annie in her still-running car, dead from carbon monoxide poisoning. As the film returns to animation, The Creep is seen inside the delivery truck from the beginning of the film. He prepares to drive away and bids the audience farewell, but then spots Billy, still being chased by the bullies.

Billy leads his pursuers into a vacant lot swarming with out-of-control plant growth. As he rides into what seems to be a dead-end, Rhino and his gang move in to pummel him, only to learn that the bulb they smashed was not the first one Billy had ordered. A quintet of Giant Venus Flytraps emerge from the surrounding weeds and devour the thugs one by one, saving Rhino for last and spitting out his boot.

Billy opens his copy of Creepshow to display the advertisement for the Giant Venus Flytraps he ordered, reaffirming that they eat meat. As the film returns to live-action, the spectacle is witnessed by the Creep, who cackles in glee and drives off to deliver the latest issue of Creepshow to another town as the credits roll. In a post-credits scene , the following text appears:. Juvenile delinquency is the product of pent up frustrations, stored-up resentments and bottled-up fears.

It is not the product of cartoons and captions. But the comics are a handy, obvious, uncomplicated scapegoat. If the adults who crusade against them would only get as steamed up over such basic causes of delinquency as parental ignorance, indifference, and cruelty, they might discover that comic books are no more a menace than Treasure Island or Jack the Giant Killer.

Morrison, Brian Noodt, and Clark Utterback. Originally, the film was planned to have five stories much like the first film, two of these consisted of Pinfall and Cat from Hell. These two segments, however, were cut from the film due to the film's budget.

Unbeknownst to them, the cat soon exacts cosmic revenge on the two. Soon, things turn up for the worst of the Regi-Team when the Boors, after they were killed in a fiery car-crash purposely caused by the Regi-Team, return as burnt-up revenants and soon get their revenge on their killers. Unlike Cat from Hell which managed to be brought onto the screen through a different film, Pinfall was never shot and never appeared outside of the film's original script.

During "The Raft" segment, actor Daniel Beer cited that he had almost died from hypothermia due to the water being very cold. While the crew wanted him to continue working, director Michael Gornick brought him to the hospital, as he feared the actor would leave the set and never return if they forced him to keep working.

After a full recovery, he managed to finish the segment. The film was theatrically released on May 1, Janet Maslin of The New York Times wrote that the film "has three suitably grisly ideas that are only glancingly developed. The episodes are marginally interesting, but each is a little too long. And each could be fully explained in a one-sentence synopsis. Fans of both deserve better. Part of the problem is that King's short stories simply work better in print.

Romero's writing sensibilities can elevate this spineless anthology, which is too simple in its storytelling and too skimpy on the genuine scares. The Blu-ray reviews by Jake Keet and M. Enois Duarte suggests that the film "admittedly not as good as [the first Creepshow ]", [15] but it "still makes for a decent follow-up that offers a few amusing moments of horror-comedy". In , the film was released on Blu-ray by Image Entertainment on September 3, The release contains many interviews with the cast and crew along with behind the scenes footage.

The music to the film was composed and conducted by Les Reed and Rick Wakeman. Creepshow 3 was released in via Taurus Entertainment who had purchased the naming rights. The film featured no involvement whatsoever from Stephen King or George Romero [18] and was critically panned.

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Sign In. Creepshow 2 R R 1h 32m. Play trailer Fantasy Horror. Director Michael Gornick. Stephen King George A. Romero Lucille Fletcher. Top credits Director Michael Gornick. See more at IMDbPro. Trailer Creepshow 2. Photos Top cast Edit. Domenick John Billy prologue as Billy prologue. Dean Smith Mr. Cavenaugh segment "Old Chief Wood'nhead" as Mr. Shirley Sonderegger Mrs. Cavenaugh segment "Old Chief Wood'nhead" as Mrs.

Cavenaugh segment "Old Chief Wood'nhead". Michael Gornick. Stephen King stories George A. Romero screenplay Lucille Fletcher uncredited. More like this. Storyline Edit. Now the town is economically decadent and Ray gives credit to his customers; including the Indians of Ben Whitemoon's tribe. When Ray is repairing the wooden statue of an old chief in the front door, Ben Frank Salsedo arrives and asks him to keep the jewels of his tribe as a guarantee for their debts.

However, Ben's nephew Sam Holt McCallany unexpectedly arrives with two other punks to steal Ray, and he kills the elders. They expect to travel to Hollywood, but the Old Chief Wood'nhead will not let them go. They swim to a raft that is floating in the middle of the lake, but they discover a carnivorous blob in the lake that is hungry.

She drives her Mercedes Benz in a hurry and loses control on the road. Annie runs over a hitchhiker, but she does not help the man and hit-and-run, questioning whether she can live with the situation. She discovers that the hitchhiker will not leave her. Did you know Edit.

The water was so cold his body turned green. The crew wanted him to continue acting, but Director Michael Gornick said if they get him to keep working, he will walk off the set and never return. So they took him to the hospital and he made a full recovery, and completed the segment of "The Raft.

Goofs When Annie Lansing is looking out of the back of her car to see if the hitchhiker is still running behind her, he has disappeared but instead you can see a crewmember through the upper left corner of the car window. Quotes The Hitchhiker : Thanks for the ride, lady! Crazy credits After the credits are over the following text appears: "Juvinile delinquency is the product of pent up frustrations, stored up resentments and bottled up fears, it is not the product of cartoons and captions, but the comics are a handy, obvious, and uncomplicated scapegoat.

If the adults who crusade against them would only get steamed up over much basic causes of delinquency as parental ignorance, indifference, and cruelty. Alternate versions When initially released to Blu-ray in Germany, it was heavily cut down by almost 10 minutes.

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In celebration, Sam shoots out the store's windows and fires a round at Old Chief Wood'nhead, knocking over the can of paint Ray had been using to touch up the Chief's war paint. The three thugs drive away and begin preparations to run away to Hollywood , California , where the vain Sam expects to become a movie star, in part due to his long, dark hair. After they leave, Old Chief Wood'nhead comes to life, uses the spilled paint to finish his war paint, and lets out a howling battle cry before embarking on a vicious warpath to kill the thugs and avenge the murdered Spruces.

Old Chief Wood'nhead first goes after Vince, killing him by puncturing him with arrows. Old Chief Wood'nhead then goes after Andy, hacking him to death with a tomahawk. Finally, Old Chief Wood'nhead corners Sam in his home. Sam is unable to fight back, the shells from his shotgun do not affect his wooden assailant.

Sam attempts to lock himself in his bathroom and escape through a window, but Old Chief Wood'nhead manages to break through the wall, grabbing Sam by his hair, pulling him through the wall and using a hunting knife to scalp him offscreen. The next morning, Benjamin Whitemoon wakes up to find the bag containing the turquoise jewelry on his bed. He visits the Spruce's ruined general store to find Old Chief Wood'nhead back on the porch, fresh war paint adorning his face, holding his nephew's bloody scalp and a bloodstained knife.

Now aware of what has happened to the Spruces and what Old Chief Wood'nhead has done to the killers, Benjamin wishes the old warrior a peaceful afterlife and drives away. As the film returns to animation, Billy is seen at the town post office, still reading the comic book. He receives a package from the clerk Mr Haig that supposedly contains a product advertised in his copy of the Creepshow magazine.

Mr Haig still doubts the contents of the package, but Billy sets his money on the counter and sets off for home with his package. The Creep appears behind the post office counter, surprised to find the audience still watching, and proceeds to tell the next story. Arriving at the lake, the foursome discover a wooden raft left out in the middle of the water. While swimming to the raft, Randy witnesses a duck struggling against and being pulled under the water by an unseen force.

Meeting Deke on the wooden raft, he urges the girls to swim faster. Once all four students are on the raft, they discover what Randy was so nervous about: a large, black, blob-like creature resembling an oil slick floating on the surface of the water. As Rachel leans over the raft to try and touch the creature, it grabs hold of Rachel, pulls her into the lake, and digests her.

Panicking and mourning the loss of Rachel, the three remaining students remember that it's currently the off-season, meaning that there is no caretaker to rescue them anytime soon. As time passes, Deke plans to swim to shore so he can bring back help. Before he can make a break for it, however, the blob seeps through the raft's cracks and grabs Deke by the foot. Despite Randy and Laverne trying their hardest to save him, the blob manages to pull Deke through the raft, killing him.

Noting that the creature is still hungry, Randy and Laverne manage to evade the creature as it tries to grab them from under the raft. When night falls, Randy and Laverne are afraid to fall asleep in fear that the creature will attack. The two of them take turns watching for the creature, then eventually fall asleep in each other's arms. The next morning, Randy discovers that he and Laverne are still alive. Neglecting to keep an eye on the creature, Randy lays Laverne on the raft and begins kissing and caressing her sleeping body.

Shortly after, Laverne awakens screaming in agony, revealing that the creature has once again seeped through the cracks and has covered the right half of her face, much to Randy's horror. As the blob pulls her off the raft and begins consuming her, Randy jumps off the raft to swim to shore.

He ultimately makes it, barely escaping the creature and yelling at the top of his lungs, "I beat you! The blob returns to the lake, leaving no evidence of the four students ever having visited the lake other than their discarded clothes and still-running car.

Unknown to the students, there was a sign barely visible behind some thick vegetation that reads "No swimming". As the film returns to animation, Billy is seen making his way back home from the post office, still reading the Creepshow comic. He is then ambushed by a gang of neighborhood bullies, who taunt him. The gang's leader, Rhino, takes Billy's package from him and smashes it.

As the bullies continue to mock Billy, Rhino opens the package, finds the Venus Flytrap bulb, and drops it on the ground. Billy attempts to threaten him to give it back, but he ends up crushing it with his foot. In retaliation, Billy kicks Rhino in the groin and flees, Rhino ordering his underlings to pursue him.

As Billy escapes, The Creep appears from behind a tree, mentioning to the audience that Billy knows his way around town, so the bullies won't catch him in a hurry. With that, the Creep goes on to tell the last story.

Annie Lansing, an adulterous Mainer businesswoman, wakes up and gets out of bed after sleeping with her gigolo lover. Upon discovering that there was a power outage the night before, Annie realizes that she only has 15 minutes before her attorney husband George arrives home.

Desperate to beat George there to avoid suspicion and a potential divorce, Annie hops into her car and races for home several miles away. A spilled ember from the cigarette she was smoking causes Annie to lose control at a slippery corner, where she runs down a Dover -bound hitchhiker. Seeing that no one witnessed the incident, Annie takes off and doesn't look back. Shortly after she leaves, however, the area of the incident is crowded with a truck driver Stephen King , a pair of passersby, and George, who reports the hit-and-run to the police.

Miles away from the scene, Annie thinks about what she has done and rationalizes the consequences involved. While she briefly considers turning herself in, Annie ultimately concludes that no one has anything on her and thinks that everything will be fine. Before she can continue, however, she spots the hitchhiker she killed approaching her car through the rearview mirror. When she glances again, the hitchhiker is gone, causing her to believe that her guilt is making her see things.

The hitchhiker suddenly appears outside her window and utters "Thanks for the ride, lady! Annie speeds off in terror, but the hitchhiker's hand reaches through the sunroof and grabs her. She drives off the road and through the woods, where she knocks the hitchhiker off the roof of her car with a low hanging branch.

Nervous, Annie reaches through the glove compartment for a revolver, which she proceeds to load. The undead hitchhiker appears once again, opening the door to the passenger seat. Annie shoots him multiple times but fails to kill him. She manages to kick him out of the car and run him over repeatedly. As Annie hysterically rants to herself, the hitchhiker climbs onto the hood of her car and pulls up his "DOVER" sign, which now reads "You killed me". Annie once again loses control of the car and drives off the road.

She and the hitchhiker careen down a hill and into a tree. Annie proceeds to repeatedly slam the hitchhiker into the same tree, knocking herself out in the process. A while later, Annie awakens from her accident. Not seeing the hitchhiker anywhere, Annie believes the experience was all a nightmare.

Believing that the accident will give her a valid explanation as to why she is late to George, Annie gets back on the road and drives home, actually succeeding in getting there before him. As she begins to step out of her car, the hitchhiker, gruesomely mangled from the trip and still uttering "Thanks for the ride, lady!

While Annie vainly attempts to fight him off, the garage door swings shut as the interior begins to fill with smoke. Sometime later, George finally arrives home to find Annie in her still-running car, dead from carbon monoxide poisoning. As the film returns to animation, The Creep is seen inside the delivery truck from the beginning of the film.

He prepares to drive away and bids the audience farewell, but then spots Billy, still being chased by the bullies. Billy leads his pursuers into a vacant lot swarming with out-of-control plant growth. As he rides into what seems to be a dead-end, Rhino and his gang move in to pummel him, only to learn that the bulb they smashed was not the first one Billy had ordered.

A quintet of Giant Venus Flytraps emerge from the surrounding weeds and devour the thugs one by one, saving Rhino for last and spitting out his boot. Billy opens his copy of Creepshow to display the advertisement for the Giant Venus Flytraps he ordered, reaffirming that they eat meat. As the film returns to live-action, the spectacle is witnessed by the Creep, who cackles in glee and drives off to deliver the latest issue of Creepshow to another town as the credits roll.

In a post-credits scene , the following text appears:. Juvenile delinquency is the product of pent up frustrations, stored-up resentments and bottled-up fears. It is not the product of cartoons and captions. But the comics are a handy, obvious, uncomplicated scapegoat. If the adults who crusade against them would only get as steamed up over such basic causes of delinquency as parental ignorance, indifference, and cruelty, they might discover that comic books are no more a menace than Treasure Island or Jack the Giant Killer.

Morrison, Brian Noodt, and Clark Utterback. Originally, the film was planned to have five stories much like the first film, two of these consisted of Pinfall and Cat from Hell. These two segments, however, were cut from the film due to the film's budget.

Unbeknownst to them, the cat soon exacts cosmic revenge on the two. Soon, things turn up for the worst of the Regi-Team when the Boors, after they were killed in a fiery car-crash purposely caused by the Regi-Team, return as burnt-up revenants and soon get their revenge on their killers. Unlike Cat from Hell which managed to be brought onto the screen through a different film, Pinfall was never shot and never appeared outside of the film's original script.

During "The Raft" segment, actor Daniel Beer cited that he had almost died from hypothermia due to the water being very cold. While the crew wanted him to continue working, director Michael Gornick brought him to the hospital, as he feared the actor would leave the set and never return if they forced him to keep working. After a full recovery, he managed to finish the segment.

The film was theatrically released on May 1, Janet Maslin of The New York Times wrote that the film "has three suitably grisly ideas that are only glancingly developed. The episodes are marginally interesting, but each is a little too long. And each could be fully explained in a one-sentence synopsis. Fans of both deserve better. Part of the problem is that King's short stories simply work better in print. Romero's writing sensibilities can elevate this spineless anthology, which is too simple in its storytelling and too skimpy on the genuine scares.

User reviews Review. Top review. Creepshow 2 takes the scary route, instead of the first one's tongue-in-cheek tone. Not a mistake. As sequels go, quite good. The three Not five, budgetary reason tales are fun and surprisingly scary. The acting is okay, including a few good performances. The tales, which I will now rate, all have gore, fun, and scares. The first segment: "Old Chief Wooden-head" is an old-fashion revenge story.

It has a slow and mysterious build, but with enough action to keep things interesting. Acting-wise this episode does okay, nothing too great, but pretty good. The effects in this episode are a little wooden no pun intended but capture the essence of the menacing but slow-moving monsters of 50s media. The second episode, "The Raft" Again, okay acting but nothing great. But the blob monster ranges from looking real enough to looking kinda horrible mostly in the earlier shots.

Stephen King was at least somewhat right when he described the monster as an "old rug". Despite that, this episode still dishes out some good scares and creepy gore. The third installment is the scariest one. Good acting, scary scenes, and scary gore. In all Creepshow 2 is worthy but not equal to the original. Mileskolehmainen Sep 2, FAQ 1. Why doesn't "Creepshow 2" have five stories like the original film?

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Four college students — Deke, Laverne, Randy, and Rachel — decide to go swimming in a desolate lake far away from civilization. As they make their way to a wooden raft in the middle of the lake, they realize that they are being terrorized by floating black blob when it grabs a hold of Rachel and consumes her whole. The frightened students begin to panic and mourn the loss of Rachel.

Deke then contemplates quickly swimming to shore so he can bring back help as he is a fast swimmer. But before he can carry out his plan, the blob seeps through the raft's cracks and pulls Deke through the raft, killing him in the process. Randy and Laverne manage to evade the creature long enough to where it gives up trying to grab them from under the raft as well.

Randy and Laverne spend the entire night on the raft, afraid to fall asleep in fear that the creature will attack them while they sleep. They do manage to fall asleep and Randy is the first to wake up in the morning, relieved to find that Laverne and himself made it through the night.

With Laverne still sleeping, he begins caressing her body and fondling her breasts. She soon awakes screaming in agony as the creature has seeped through the cracks and has a hold of her face, much to Randy's horror. As the blob pulls her off the raft and begins consuming her, Randy sees the opportunity to jump off the raft and swim to shore.

He ultimately makes it, barely escaping the creature and yells "I beat you! The blob returns to the lake, with no evidence of the four students even visiting the lake other than their car which was left running the whole time. A no swimming sign is also shown. On his way back home from the post office, Billy is ambushed by a gang of neighborhood bullies, who harass him and take his package from him.

The gang's leader Rhino then smashes and opens the package, finding the Venus Flytrap bulb, and throws it on the ground, crushing it with his foot. In retaliation, Billy kicks the Rhino in the groin and flees, with Rhino and his gang in hot pursuit. An unfaithful businesswoman named Annie Lansing gets up from bed after sleeping with her extramarital lover, realizing that she has to get home before her wealthy attorney husband to avoid suspicion.

Annie hops into her Mercedes-Benz and makes way for home. On the way, she accidentally kills an innocent hitchhiker as a result of her speeding down the road, eager to beat her husband to the house. Seeing that no one witnessed the incident, Annie takes off without much thought. Shortly after Annie takes off, the area of the incident is crowded by passersby, with many reporting the hit-and-run to the police.

Miles away from the scene, Annie stops along the road and begins thinking about what she has done and the consequences involved, but she ultimately concludes that no one has anything on her and thinks everything will be fine. Before she can continue, however, the hitchhiker she killed suddenly appears outside her window and utters "Thanks for the ride, lady. She eventually loses control of her car drives off the road and down a hill, knocking herself out. She awakes a short while later, not seeing the hitchhiker anywhere in sight, believing it to be a bad dream.

She gets back on the road and drives home, succeeding in getting there before her husband. As she begins to step out of her car, the hitchhiker appears from under her car, completely mangled from the trip, still uttering "Thanks for the ride, lady.

Later, her husband arrives home to find his wife's dead body in her car with the hitchiker's sign showing his targeted destination reading DOVER. Still being chased by the bullies, Billy leads his pursuers into a vacant lot swarming with out of control plant growth.

He visits the Spruce's ruined general store to find Old Chief Wood'nhead back on the porch, fresh war paint adorning his face, holding his nephew's bloody scalp and a bloodstained knife. Now aware of what has happened to the Spruces and what Old Chief Wood'nhead has done to the killers, Benjamin wishes the old warrior a peaceful afterlife and drives away.

As the film returns to animation, Billy is seen at the town post office, still reading the comic book. He receives a package from the clerk Mr Haig that supposedly contains a product advertised in his copy of the Creepshow magazine. Mr Haig still doubts the contents of the package, but Billy sets his money on the counter and sets off for home with his package.

The Creep appears behind the post office counter, surprised to find the audience still watching, and proceeds to tell the next story. Arriving at the lake, the foursome discover a wooden raft left out in the middle of the water. While swimming to the raft, Randy witnesses a duck struggling against and being pulled under the water by an unseen force. Meeting Deke on the wooden raft, he urges the girls to swim faster. Once all four students are on the raft, they discover what Randy was so nervous about: a large, black, blob-like creature resembling an oil slick floating on the surface of the water.

As Rachel leans over the raft to try and touch the creature, it grabs hold of Rachel, pulls her into the lake, and digests her. Panicking and mourning the loss of Rachel, the three remaining students remember that it's currently the off-season, meaning that there is no caretaker to rescue them anytime soon. As time passes, Deke plans to swim to shore so he can bring back help.

Before he can make a break for it, however, the blob seeps through the raft's cracks and grabs Deke by the foot. Despite Randy and Laverne trying their hardest to save him, the blob manages to pull Deke through the raft, killing him. Noting that the creature is still hungry, Randy and Laverne manage to evade the creature as it tries to grab them from under the raft. When night falls, Randy and Laverne are afraid to fall asleep in fear that the creature will attack. The two of them take turns watching for the creature, then eventually fall asleep in each other's arms.

The next morning, Randy discovers that he and Laverne are still alive. Neglecting to keep an eye on the creature, Randy lays Laverne on the raft and begins kissing and caressing her sleeping body. Shortly after, Laverne awakens screaming in agony, revealing that the creature has once again seeped through the cracks and has covered the right half of her face, much to Randy's horror. As the blob pulls her off the raft and begins consuming her, Randy jumps off the raft to swim to shore.

He ultimately makes it, barely escaping the creature and yelling at the top of his lungs, "I beat you! The blob returns to the lake, leaving no evidence of the four students ever having visited the lake other than their discarded clothes and still-running car. Unknown to the students, there was a sign barely visible behind some thick vegetation that reads "No swimming".

As the film returns to animation, Billy is seen making his way back home from the post office, still reading the Creepshow comic. He is then ambushed by a gang of neighborhood bullies, who taunt him. The gang's leader, Rhino, takes Billy's package from him and smashes it.

As the bullies continue to mock Billy, Rhino opens the package, finds the Venus Flytrap bulb, and drops it on the ground. Billy attempts to threaten him to give it back, but he ends up crushing it with his foot. In retaliation, Billy kicks Rhino in the groin and flees, Rhino ordering his underlings to pursue him.

As Billy escapes, The Creep appears from behind a tree, mentioning to the audience that Billy knows his way around town, so the bullies won't catch him in a hurry. With that, the Creep goes on to tell the last story.

Annie Lansing, an adulterous Mainer businesswoman, wakes up and gets out of bed after sleeping with her gigolo lover. Upon discovering that there was a power outage the night before, Annie realizes that she only has 15 minutes before her attorney husband George arrives home. Desperate to beat George there to avoid suspicion and a potential divorce, Annie hops into her car and races for home several miles away.

A spilled ember from the cigarette she was smoking causes Annie to lose control at a slippery corner, where she runs down a Dover -bound hitchhiker. Seeing that no one witnessed the incident, Annie takes off and doesn't look back. Shortly after she leaves, however, the area of the incident is crowded with a truck driver Stephen King , a pair of passersby, and George, who reports the hit-and-run to the police.

Miles away from the scene, Annie thinks about what she has done and rationalizes the consequences involved. While she briefly considers turning herself in, Annie ultimately concludes that no one has anything on her and thinks that everything will be fine. Before she can continue, however, she spots the hitchhiker she killed approaching her car through the rearview mirror.

When she glances again, the hitchhiker is gone, causing her to believe that her guilt is making her see things. The hitchhiker suddenly appears outside her window and utters "Thanks for the ride, lady! Annie speeds off in terror, but the hitchhiker's hand reaches through the sunroof and grabs her. She drives off the road and through the woods, where she knocks the hitchhiker off the roof of her car with a low hanging branch.

Nervous, Annie reaches through the glove compartment for a revolver, which she proceeds to load. The undead hitchhiker appears once again, opening the door to the passenger seat. Annie shoots him multiple times but fails to kill him. She manages to kick him out of the car and run him over repeatedly.

As Annie hysterically rants to herself, the hitchhiker climbs onto the hood of her car and pulls up his "DOVER" sign, which now reads "You killed me". Annie once again loses control of the car and drives off the road. She and the hitchhiker careen down a hill and into a tree.

Annie proceeds to repeatedly slam the hitchhiker into the same tree, knocking herself out in the process. A while later, Annie awakens from her accident. Not seeing the hitchhiker anywhere, Annie believes the experience was all a nightmare. Believing that the accident will give her a valid explanation as to why she is late to George, Annie gets back on the road and drives home, actually succeeding in getting there before him. As she begins to step out of her car, the hitchhiker, gruesomely mangled from the trip and still uttering "Thanks for the ride, lady!

While Annie vainly attempts to fight him off, the garage door swings shut as the interior begins to fill with smoke. Sometime later, George finally arrives home to find Annie in her still-running car, dead from carbon monoxide poisoning. As the film returns to animation, The Creep is seen inside the delivery truck from the beginning of the film. He prepares to drive away and bids the audience farewell, but then spots Billy, still being chased by the bullies. Billy leads his pursuers into a vacant lot swarming with out-of-control plant growth.

As he rides into what seems to be a dead-end, Rhino and his gang move in to pummel him, only to learn that the bulb they smashed was not the first one Billy had ordered. A quintet of Giant Venus Flytraps emerge from the surrounding weeds and devour the thugs one by one, saving Rhino for last and spitting out his boot. Billy opens his copy of Creepshow to display the advertisement for the Giant Venus Flytraps he ordered, reaffirming that they eat meat. As the film returns to live-action, the spectacle is witnessed by the Creep, who cackles in glee and drives off to deliver the latest issue of Creepshow to another town as the credits roll.

In a post-credits scene , the following text appears:. Juvenile delinquency is the product of pent up frustrations, stored-up resentments and bottled-up fears. It is not the product of cartoons and captions. But the comics are a handy, obvious, uncomplicated scapegoat. If the adults who crusade against them would only get as steamed up over such basic causes of delinquency as parental ignorance, indifference, and cruelty, they might discover that comic books are no more a menace than Treasure Island or Jack the Giant Killer.

Morrison, Brian Noodt, and Clark Utterback. Originally, the film was planned to have five stories much like the first film, two of these consisted of Pinfall and Cat from Hell. These two segments, however, were cut from the film due to the film's budget.

Unbeknownst to them, the cat soon exacts cosmic revenge on the two. Soon, things turn up for the worst of the Regi-Team when the Boors, after they were killed in a fiery car-crash purposely caused by the Regi-Team, return as burnt-up revenants and soon get their revenge on their killers. Unlike Cat from Hell which managed to be brought onto the screen through a different film, Pinfall was never shot and never appeared outside of the film's original script.

During "The Raft" segment, actor Daniel Beer cited that he had almost died from hypothermia due to the water being very cold. While the crew wanted him to continue working, director Michael Gornick brought him to the hospital, as he feared the actor would leave the set and never return if they forced him to keep working.

After a full recovery, he managed to finish the segment. The film was theatrically released on May 1, Janet Maslin of The New York Times wrote that the film "has three suitably grisly ideas that are only glancingly developed. The episodes are marginally interesting, but each is a little too long.

And each could be fully explained in a one-sentence synopsis. Fans of both deserve better. Part of the problem is that King's short stories simply work better in print. Romero's writing sensibilities can elevate this spineless anthology, which is too simple in its storytelling and too skimpy on the genuine scares. The Blu-ray reviews by Jake Keet and M. Enois Duarte suggests that the film "admittedly not as good as [the first Creepshow ]", [15] but it "still makes for a decent follow-up that offers a few amusing moments of horror-comedy".

In , the film was released on Blu-ray by Image Entertainment on September 3, The release contains many interviews with the cast and crew along with behind the scenes footage. The music to the film was composed and conducted by Les Reed and Rick Wakeman. Creepshow 3 was released in via Taurus Entertainment who had purchased the naming rights. The film featured no involvement whatsoever from Stephen King or George Romero [18] and was critically panned. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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