Poll Results: Best Horror Anthology Film

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When it comes to anthology horror films, apparently it’s still pretty hard to top George A. Romero and Stephen King’s 1982 cult classic Creepshow. Creepshow came away victorious from last week’s poll with an impressive 31% of the votes. I thought a few of the more recent entries might make it a close race, but Michael Dougherty’s Trick ‘r Treat was a distant second with 17%. Twilight Zone: The Movie, Mario Bava’s Black Sabbath and Masaki Kobayashi’s Kwaidan rounded out the top 5. Things drop off pretty quickly from there with some six titles failing to get a single vote. This might indicate a lack of consensus, or perhaps more likely, a general lack of quality. But hey, most horror anthologies are inconsistent by their very definition. Do you agree with these results?

1. Creepshow — 31%
2. Trick ‘r Treat — 17%
3. Twilight Zone: The Movie — 8%
4. Black Sabbath — 7%
5. Kwaidan — 6%
6. Tales from the Crypt (1972) — 4%
6. Creepshow 2 — 4%
8. V/H/S/ — 4%
8. Three… Extremes — 4%
10. Stephen King’s Cat’s Eye — 3%
11. V/H/S/ 2 — 2%
11. Dead of Night — 2%
11. Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors — 2%
14. Tales from the Hood — 2%
15. John Carpenter’s Body Bags — 1%
15. Tales from the Darkside: The Movie — 1%
17. The ABCs of Death — 1%
17. The House That Dripped Blood — 1%
19. Tales of Terror — 0%
19. Asylum (1972) — 0%
19. The Vault of Horror — 0%
19. Waxworks (1924) — 0%
19. Nightmares — 0%
19. Tales of Halloween — 0%

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