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It is a series of original funny stories that take a very scary aspect. In each episode of this terrifying series, there will be a different director. At the beginning of the series, the dolls are Ivy's favorite companions, but Ivy's life is completely changing. When the head of a broken toy appears in a puppet, Ivy seems to be in a terrifying battle with reality.
This show knows that horror doesn't need monsters or viscera to be scary. The scares that stay with us are the tiny mysteries, the things that make a child pull her legs up under her blankets and scare across a room in uncertainty.
At just 20 minutes a pop, both of these stories just about manage to tick the right boxes... On the whole, this first episode falls a little short of schlock and awe, but it's definitely a step in the right direction.
From the first episode alone, Creepshow looks to be sheer catnip for '80s horror obsessives, hearkening back to a simpler time when horror didn't have to be filtered through the baroque trappings of arthouse cinema to be respected.