The trailer looks cool but the film sucks.
The start of the films sees what seems to be local Irish amateur dramatic actors who dress in confusing 1950's washer women clothes with trainers and use slock horror acting techniques and who are terrible scared of rats doing nothing but sniffing around them. Then come in the Bold and The Beautiful american actors with a melodramatic 'no, we need to sleep in separate bedrooms, the past needs to heal slowly' story.
Amateur effects and terrible direction. 3 titles and 3 times as terrible. Just Awful.
I first saw this in the cinema back in '82/83 when this baby got released. I remember being extremely tense through Father's Day at the time and now I've fallen in love with near about everything in the film from the scary King kid at the beginning, the fantastic (should of gotten an award) hand drawn titles at the beginning, the cool music and cheesy sound effects (my personal favourite being the synth at the end of the 'Tide' section), to pausing the video to read everything in the comic when you see it!
The lighting comic book effect is great. Although being really dissapointed with Creepshow II, I would love to see a Stephen King influenced Creepshow IV.
You'll never have so much fun being scared? Sums it up.
For an Englishman living in Norway, this is a truely awesome film which I enjoyed in the cinema in Norway.
Great humor with amazing 3D, I was somewhat blown away with the quality and realism of this innovative film. Just how many troll films are there? It was refreshing to see some originality in this film.
Little Fockers? I presumed the film was about the children but with their 10 minute screen time, the whole movie was a mess.
Disjointed, unoriginal sex gags (enough already) and a really bad script, what was Stiller and De Niro thinking when they accepted the script?