Trailer Reel: Anthology Horror Films

The best, worst, and weirdest of celluloid horror marketing.
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The best, worst, and weirdest of celluloid horror marketing.

BY LIONEL FRANKENSTEIN

Starting on Friday, March 4th, our second ghoulish grab-bag of horror shorts, Fun Size Horror Volume Two, will begin streaming in its entirety on Hulu.  To celebrate, we're offering up a trailer reel of our favorite freaky anthology horror trailers--some good, some bad, all entertaining--to serve as an appropriately oddball trailer preshow before you settle in to Volume Two this Friday.

CAT'S EYE (1985/ dir. Lewis Teague)
"Through the eye of the cat, a twisted tail of macabre suspense from the author of Carrie, The Shining and The Dead Zone."

DEADTIME STORIES (1986/ Jeffrey Delman)
"You made your bed... now die in it!"

TWO EVIL EYES (1990/ dir. Dario Argento, George Romero)
"Discover how terrified you are... of your own fear!"

ASYLUM (1972/ dir. Roy Ward Baker)
"It's not easy breathing in a paper bag...especially if you're only a head."  

BODY BAGS (1993/ dir. John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper)
"Zip yourself in tight!"

NIGHTMARES (1983/ Joseph Sargent)
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Each summer one film opens that you've never heard of... and that you'll never forget!

And don't forget to check out our newest horror anthology, Fun Size Horror: Volume Two, available to stream via Hulu beginning on Friday, March 4!

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What's your favorite horror anthology trailer?