Tales from the Hood (1995) is an American thriller horror anthology film that touched many subjects about human life today. Director and co-writer Rusty Cundieff (Movie 43 (2013), Chappelle’s Show (2003), Fear of a Black Hat (1993)) did a fantastic job executing this anthology. The anthology is African American-themed and is separated into four short stories that revolve around three drug dealers and a funeral director. The four segments touch on police brutality, monsters in someone’s home that are human, people today might pay for someone’s wrong deeds years ago, racism, criminals, murders and gang violence.
7. Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983)
theatrical version of TV series: The Twilight Zone (1959–1964) that was created by Rod Serling. Twilight Zone: The Movie is a remake that contains one original story and three episodes of the original series.There were a lot of familiar faces in this movie, and it was worth watching for an oldie movie. The actors did a spectacular job with their roles. The screenplays were well written, and the pace of the segments was done nicely.
6. Stephen King’s Cat’s Eye (1985)
Also known as Cat’s Eye, Stephen King’s Cat’s Eye is comprised of three stories, Quitters, Inc., The Ledge, and General, which are connected by a cat. Quitter Inc. and The Ledge are adaptations of short stories in Stephen King Night Shift collection. Director Lewis Teague (The Jewel of the Nile (1985), Cujo (1983), Navy Seals (1990)) did a phenomenal job directing Stephen King’s screenplay.
5. V/H/S/2 (2013)
V/H/S/2 is an Indonesian-American found footage anthology horror film that was originally named S-VHS. V/H/S/2 contains less nude and sexuality scenes and more gore/blood then V/H/S which can be due to the factor that the directors are different. It contains nudity of male and female body parts, disgusting gory bloodstain scenes, extreme rated violence, suspense, numerous grisly deaths/killing/murders, scare factors, jump out of your seat frightening scenes, bad language, humor and lots of thrills.