‘Creepshow’ Review: Shudder’s Anthology Series Is a Bloody Good Ode to Old-School Horror

The jury is still out on Greg Nicotero as a storyteller, but the thing that makes that man and his gorgeous locks one of my favorite filmmakers working today is his commitment in the year of our lord 2019 to keeping horror practical. That ethos, dating back to his first VFX role on George A. Romero's Day of the Dead, has kept The Walking Dead shambling along nicely even when the story juices run dry, and bleeds seamlessly into Creepshow, Nicotero's streaming revival of the classic 1982 horror anthology written by Stephen King and directed by Romero. Those …
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