Chillers, Vol. 1 (2005) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
You can just go to that, 12-episode, 3-disc,
collection to find out WHAT is in THIS 1-disc,
4-episode collection. Ditto with volume 2 & 3.
I enjoyed all of these stories—some more than others.
My cat, particularly enjoyed “SOMETHING THE CAT DRAGGED IN”:
a cat brings in a couple fingers wearing a wedding ring.
As MY cat followed the cat on the TV, I followed the story.
As in, MOST, tele-plays, I—personally—woulda jus’ called
the police. Naturally, these prim’n’-proper British folks got nosey
and cut OFF(!)the two-week-old ring-finger with a hammer
and a chissil to “get a clue..” ..WHOSE ring it was[?]. Really?
Well, anyway, these programs, in the anthology of stories are
similar ONLY in that they are wrap-a-rounded, in 1990, by the
dude from Psyco: Anthony Perkins.
Some of the shows are filmed just outside of Great Britain, in
France, Spain, and Italy. Beautiful Euro-scenery!
At least TWO of the episodes have been dubbed—quite well—into
English from their original form. The producers; directors; writers;
editors; musical arranger; and CREW are, mostly, the same in
each of the episodes.
The QUALITY of the programs are similar. Excellent photography.
Acceptable audio—although there is little, to NO, post-produc-
tion audio work. A—very slight—whirling-hum is apparent [to me]
on a few of the episodes.
Now, back to the title of my review: ALWAYS look up ALL the same-titled
entries, FIRST, before purchasing DVDs. I noticed that Volume 1; 2;&3
comprised the 3-disc set—oddly enough, cheaper than the combined set.
I went with the former instead of the latter. The price of the individual
discs has gone up, so YOU would be better to get a 3-disc collection.
Better price, now, and it IS a collection that you’ll re-watch.
And even if you don’t, each 52-minute story—four to a disc—is WELL
worth YOUR money… and mine. Enjoy!
About Chillers, Vol. 1 (2005)
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