Reason for fans to pick this one up is in the extras.
Scream Factory is releasing Paramount’s 1990 Tales from the Darkside, which I presume is a sort of horror / comedy.
While it hasn’t aged well, it should be welcomed by fans of the genre. as it’s fun overall.
Imagery is okay, but nothing special. A bit soft in some shots. A quart low on grain, but it is what it is. Nothing startling here.
Reason for fans to pick this one up is in the extras.
Director, John Harrison, is still at it, and that’s a good thing for fans.
Image – 3.75

Audio – 5 (DTS-HD MA 5.1)

Pass / Fail – Pass

Upgrade from DVD – why not

RAH

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I'd rather see Shout do something with the original TV series, even though HD is impossible with it.
 

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Cool, because in my world the film that calls itself CRAPSHOW CREEPSHOW III doesn't exist.
i saw half the first story and cried. then left the house and took a walk. then called mom. then had some strawberry ice cream. then thought about my life. how things weren't all that bad in other parts of my life. there IS life after Creepshow III !