CREEPSHOW, the anthology series based on the 1982 horror comedy classic, is still the most fun you’ll ever have being scared! A comic book comes to life in a series of vignettes, exploring terrors from murder to the supernatural and unexplainable. Haunted dollhouses, werewolves, murderous goblins, villainous trick-or-treaters, the dead, and medical marvels are just a few of the things to watch out for in this new series. You never know what will be on the next page...
1. Gray Matter / The House of the Head
After the death of a loved one, a drinking habit becomes insatiable. Then, dolls are Evie’s favorite companions, but when a severed toy head appears in her dollhouse, Evie can no longer protect them.
2. Bad Wolf Down / The Finger
A platoon of American soldiers finds something more sinister than war behind enemy lines. Then, a man with a passion for found objects finds something particularly odd: a finger… and it’s growing.
3. All Hallows Eve / The Man in the Suitcase
Teens go trick-or-treating, but they aren’t met with smiles and sweets... Then, Justin brings home the wrong suitcase, and finds a man who spits out gold coins when he is in pain stuffed inside.
4. The Companion / Lydia Layne's Better Half
Harry stumbles upon an old scarecrow and brings it to life. Then, Lydia kills her lover and needs to hide the evidence... but after an earthquake, she gets trapped inside an elevator with the body.
5. Night of the Paw / Times is Tough in Musky Holler
A killer gets stranded in a funeral home with a mortician and his monkey paw. Then, former Mayor Barkley is in prison, and with his most loyal supporters locked up too, his odds don't look good.
6. Skincrawlers / By the Silver Water of Lake Champlain
Dr. Sloan discovers a cure to weight loss in a rare fat-sucking leech. Then, Rose believes she found Champ, the legendary monster of Lake Champlain, but the real monster may still be out there...
1. Model Kid / Public Television Of The Dead
Joe’s closest friends are the models toys of his favorite scary movie monsters. Then, a Public TV station is overwhelmed when the appraisal of an antique book accidentally summons a dark force.
2. Dead & Breakfast / Pesticide
A marketing ploy at a haunted Bed and Breakfast becomes a way too realistic. Then, an exterminator gets more than he bargained for when he takes on a big job.
3. The Right Snuff / Sibling Rivalry
A misunderstanding in space ensures two astronauts go down in history for all the worst reasons. Then, Lola is convinced her brother is trying to kill her... but she’s worried about the wrong monster.
4. Pipe Screams / Within The Walls Of Madness
A drain clog turns out to be more than just a little matted hair and soap scum. Then, scientists fight to contain the creature they’ve been studying- but is the true threat one of them?
1. Mums / Queen Bee
Jack’s mother is taken from him, but her garden leaves more to remember her by than he first thought. Then, three teens meet their favorite pop star and realize she’s not at all what they imagined.
2. Skeletons In The Closet / Familiar
A movie buff opens a prop museum, but a rival collector could put everything at risk. Then, Jackson is being followed by a dark force, but will his attempts to rid himself of it work?
3. The Last Tsuburaya / Ok I'll Bite
An art collector could never have anticipated the ways a terrifying painting would change his life. Then, life in prison is tough, but Elmer’s pet spiders always have his back.
4. Stranger Sings / Meter Reader
A siren lures a doctor into her trap to carry out a diabolical plan. Then, a teenage girl must fight off a demonic plague when she realizes her family might be infected.
5. Time Out / The Things In Oakwood's Past
Tim finds the answer to needing more hours in the day, but is it worth the cost? Then, when a small town opens a time capsule, the local librarian must try to keep history from repeating itself.
Very much in the vein of the original. As with everything anthology, hit or miss. On par with Alter
The 1st season had one great episode, two terrible episodes, and the rest were mediocre. The 2nd season was mediocre. The 3rd season had above average episodes. The 3rd season was definitely the best.
Not to be taken seriously, it's essentially Goosebumps. The stories are unrealistic, the acting is bad, campy. I do enjoy the anthology format and the concept but wish it was higher calibre.
We need a new series
Really good show. Season 1 is excellent,however once season 2 hits it’s literally a cluster f**k. Season 3 is the worst Michael Rooker for how awesome and entertaining he is he couldn’t even save that season.