But to be honest, this wasn't bad for a 1982 title. It's generally as the title implies, it's creepy...
I WANT MY CAKE, WHERE'S MY CAKE?
Seriously though, this bit was rather humorous for a creep show, a father coming back from the dead for his cake. What can I say? Pimps like cakes. Mostly positive things from this side, even the dead father popping out from the grave was quite excellent. 4.5/5
Ah, one of King's works. Although to be honest it wasn't very appointing as I was expecting for it. It was kind of confusing at first, and then I gripped the plot but it was still more of an oddball than creep-fest. Aliens need to get a different mower that tosses it as "meteors" toward Earth.
The second one of King's works, back to back. This one was better at meeting expectations however, especially the end-game part about "You can't kill someone if they're already dead". And we can't forgot to add the parts about teleporting, god-mode, and crap-your-pants-if-you-see-them.
Yeti stories, because even in 1928, we obviously didn't have ENOUGH stories about em'. Although well done, it seemed like more could have been adapted, like they could conjure up some theories why the crates there or who would send such a thing overseas to U.S in it's building times of 1820's? I have to agree with Henry, Wilma was a bitch. COME ON, we were all thinking it when we watched it. Seemed rather rushed however, no real time for development or revealing of plot.
IT BEGINS. This bit, was truly the definition of a perfect "creepshow". Well done, King. Seriously though, I'm glad it wasn't spiders, I would have just personally turned it off right then. But still, it's hissing roaches that are seen as a resemblance as the people Pratt has been stepping on his entire life. Can you imagine talking roaches? Hissing ones are bad enough, we don't want them to talk about what they found in the dumpster this morning.
With some calculations I get the number of 18/25 for the whole movie.