The Theatre Bizarre (2011)

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A modern horror omnibus inspired by the over-the-top shocks of Paris' early 20th century 'Theatre du Grand Guignol'. Enola Penny sneaks into an abandoned theater and witnesses six bizarre tales.




  • Debbie Rochon and Halfbreed Billy Gram in The Theatre Bizarre (2011)
  • Debbie Rochon in The Theatre Bizarre (2011)
  • Kaniehtiio Horn in The Theatre Bizarre (2011)
  • Halfbreed Billy Gram in The Theatre Bizarre (2011)
  • Lynn Lowry in The Theatre Bizarre (2011)
  • Kaniehtiio Horn in The Theatre Bizarre (2011)

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Douglas Buck , Buddy Giovinazzo , David Gregory , Karim Hussain , Jeremy Kasten , Tom Savini , Richard Stanley


Zach Chassler (screenplay: framing segments), Richard Stanley (screenplay), Scarlett Amaris (screenplay), Emiliano Ranzani (screenplay), Buddy Giovinazzo (screenplay), John Esposito (screenplay), Douglas Buck (screenplay), Karim Hussain (screenplay), David Gregory (screenplay)

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27 October 2011 | viiempyrean
The best horror anthology film...ever!
Not since the original Creepshow has there been a horror anthology as amazing as this. Comprising of six different short films, each with a different director and introductory segment, every short film is entirely different and unique in their own way and even the segments in between with Udo Kier and extremely entertaining to watch. Mother of Toads is a great B-movie throwback, I Love You is like a violent version of The Room, Wet Dreams has Tom Savini, therefore it is automatically gold, The Accident is harrowing and haunting, Vision Stains is interesting and engaging and Sweets is disgusting fun. Best horror of the year.

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