Film Junk Poll: What is the Best Horror Anthology Film?


If you’re looking for something to watch that might put you in the Halloween spirit, you usually can’t go wrong with an anthology horror film. Although by definition these themed collections of short segments are usually hit and miss, they also capture the thrill of sitting around a campfire exchanging ghost stories. It feels like we’ve been seeing a resurgence of these as of late, but the truth is there have been some great examples throughout virtually every era of filmmaking from silent films right through to the found footage trend. Some are more comedic while others are straight up terrifying. What do you think is the best horror anthology? Cast your vote in this week’s poll and then sound off in the comments below.

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  • Isildur_of_Numenor

    It has to be Black Sabbath for me, Boris Karloff is so much fun in this. And you have a giallo, a wurdalak story and a ghost story; that’s a great anthology right there. Happy Halloween!

  • Tommy

    Voted twice cause Creepshow v Black Sabbath is way too tough.

  • Nick

    Campfire Tales from 1997. Creepy and cheesy at the same time like horror movies often were back in the 90’s. Love it!

  • I love Creepshow, Black Sabbath, and Trick ‘r Treat, but I re-watched Kwaidan last week and that movie is on a whole. ‘nother. level!

  • Sam

    I love Black Sabbath but I voted Dead of Night as its sad at how little love it’s getting.