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Horror, But Not Horror: Room 104

Anthology storytelling, for decades, has been kept almost exclusively for horror and sci-fi (with a few rare exceptions like Four Rooms), but lately, there seems to be a higher emergence of non-horror anthologies. Notably, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, The Romanoffs, and Room 104 are recently released and well-crafted anthologies whose horror and sci-fi elements

5 Upcoming Horror Anthologies To Keep An Eye On

There’s nothing more enjoyable than a good horror anthology, as the format allows for a handful of different movies to be rolled into one. Though you’re shit out of luck if you find yourself not enjoying a typical movie, the beauty of anthologies is that there’s always a brand new story right around the corner,

Anthology Rank: Body Bags (1993)

The year was 1993. With HBO knocking the horror anthology format straight out of the park with their EC Comics-based series Tales from the Crypt, competing network Showtime wanted their slice of the proverbial pie. And so they developed Body Bags, originally intended to be a television series that would deliver weekly tales of horror.

The Creepshow Anthology

Creepshow, in my opinion, is the best horror anthology of all time. The Creepshow anthology runs much longer than just that of the original film and its sequel. In fact, it spans nearly a decade excluding the third film, which should be woefully neglected as it was just awful and not seemingly an official release