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Old 01-17-2013, 07:02 AM   #11
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Easily one of the best anthologies, I used to see it all the time in the dvd store I worked at and was always curious about it so gave it a shot .... am fuckin glad I did!
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Definitely one of the best anthology movies ever made. "Golfing Story" based on the H.G. Wells story was surprising lighthearted and fun. It sort of changes the entire mood of the film but only briefly.

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Best story has to the the ventriloquist one starring Michael Redgrave.
Absolutely that ventriloquist dummy was creepy.

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