CREMAINS 2001 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Cremains is a low-budget but better-than-expected anthology-style horror program. In the first episode, a woman travels to the haunted town of Wyndham, Mississippi (evidently the Arkham of the Deep South), to become the sacrificial victim of a sinister force that emerges only once in a blue moon—literally. The second episode is non-supernatural, with a serial kiler stalking and murdering teen-age boys. The third episode features everyone’s fave horror theme, lesbian vampires. And the fourth episode involves an experiment in necromancy that goes horribly wrong (and also provides the basis for the framing sequence through which the four stories are told).
There are some technical lapses, as noted in the other reviews, mostly with the sound, but I give this movie credit for attempting something more than the usual rehashed EC-style horror tales.
About CREMAINS (2001)
Starring: Steve Sessions, Kimberly Lynn Cole, Lilith Stabs,
Runtime: 127 minutes
Director: Steve Sessions,
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