1982′ Creepshow, a horror anthology collaboration by Stephen King and George Romero, is one of my perennial Halloween season favorites. I have watched it annually for the past 5 years at least. I love horror anthologies, but they are somewhat rare, and there are several sub-par ones out there to boot. But when done correctly, they are like a great trail mix. There may be components you don’t personally care for, but you can pick those out and still have a great snack left over.
Badass Digest has a nice little writeup about the brief history of Creepshow and where it fits into both King and Romero’s bodies of work, as well as what makes it such a great campy horror classic. Check it out.