R | | Fantasy, Horror
Three more bone-chilling tales that include a vengeful wooden Native American, a monstrous blob in a lake, and a hitchhiker who wants revenge and will not die.
When Andy Cavanaugh, one of the three young punks in the first segment, "Old Chief Wood'nhead", is checking out the comic book and magazine rack at Spruce's General Store, several issues of "Creepshow" can be seen with the same cover as the graphic novel adaptation of Creepshow (1982). The artwork is by famed E.C. artist, Jack Kamen.
Now... may your spirit rest, old warrior. Hagoonee. Hagoonee...
Not sure how this slipped past the filmmakers but Derek got sucked through the wooden boards of the raft, planks snapping. At the end, Poncho swims away with the raft behind fully intact.
.After the credits are over the following text appears: "Juvinile delinquency is the product of pent up frustrations, stored up resentments and bottled up fears, it is not the product of cartoons and captions, but the comics are a handy, obvious, and uncomplicated scapegoat. If the adults who crusade against them would only get steamed up over much basic causes of delinquency as parental ignorance, indifference, and cruelty. they might discover that comic books are no more then a menace than "Treasure Island" or "Jack the giant killer" Colliers magazine 1949
When initially released to Blu-ray in Germany, it was heavily cut down by almost 10 minutes.
$3,584,077 3 May 1987