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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Mick Garris, Joe Dante and Other Icons Discuss Anthology Horror in New Documentary ‘Tales of the Uncanny’ [Exclusive]

While preparing the upcoming special edition release of The Theatre Bizarre, Severin Films was putting together some of their standard high-quality bonus features. One feature spun out of control and morphed into Tales of the Uncanny – The Ultimate Survey of Anthology Horror, a feature-length documentary on the evolution, challenges, and all-time Top 5 anthologies – and anthology segments – in horror history. Co-hosts David Gregory and Kier-La Janisse chat with more than 60 of the biggest names in horror including Joe Dante, Mark Hartley, Mick Garris, Ernest Dickerson to discuss anthology classics from film and television.

It’s no secret that we love a good horror anthology here at Bloody Disgusting, almost as much as we love Severin Films. Given the company’s history and the impressive list of talking heads they managed to line up, this is looking likely to be a must-watch doc for horror fans everywhere.

“We had a lot of fun with our COVID Project, and it gave friends and colleagues a chance to ponder and articulate the enduring appeal of the format,” says co-producer Janisse. “The anthology horror film is an extension of much older traditions of storytelling that are especially valued in the horror community, and though the films are by nature a mixed bag, there’s a reason we keep returning to them again and again.”

“I’ve loved horror anthologies since seeing The Monster Club when I was 9,” says director/co-producer Gregory. “And most horror filmmakers and fans love them too, often getting into heated discussions about their favorites. Kier-La and I decided to ask our horror industry colleagues and friends to determine the experts’ Top 5 films and segments that would make the ultimate horror omnibus movie. The results surprised us all.”

Tales of the Uncanny dives into such horror anthology classics such as Dead of Night, Black Sabbath, Spirits of the Dead, Tales from the Crypt, The Twilight Zone, Creepshow, and Bloody Disgusting’s very own V/H/S. Tales of the Uncanny is set to make its premiere at Abertoir – The International Horror Festival of Wales October 28th – November 1.

The film will also be available this November – in tandem with The Theatre Bizarre Special Edition – as a Severin Films’ Limited-Edition Blu-ray featuring special anthology horror archival rarities.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/exclusives/3634252/mick-garris-joe-dante-icons-discuss-anthology-horror-tales-uncanny-exclusive/

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