What is it about hitchhikers that makes them such a sure-fire bet for horror? This question is addressed in the final segment of Creepshow 2, another Stephen King-George Romero collaboration. "The Hitchhiker" is the simplest and best of the three tales on display here, with Lois Chiles as a cheating wife who just can't seem to get rid of a hitchhiker... no matter how hard she tries. The collection gets off to a slow start with "Old Chief Wood'n Head," a sleepy story of Native American justice. "The Raft" is a passable teens-in-peril number, but it worked better on the page than on screen. Romero adapted the King stories but emphatically did not direct, which accounts for the drop-off from the kicky fun of the first Creepshow. King appears as a dimwitted truck driver--a foreshadowing of Maximum Overdrive? In any case, this one's for diehard fans only. --Robert Horton
my all-time favourite movie! call me crazy if you want but personally i think this one is better than the original. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Kody
Thanks for a crappy rental blockbuster. This movie blew more then a three dollar hooker. My friend and I were so disapointed in this movie. We both saw the first one and loved it. Read morePublished on July 5 2004 by R
I love this sequel to Creepshow, more fun and sillyness. My favorite in this one is "Old Chief Wood'n Head,". I just always liked this one. Read morePublished on April 26 2004 by Lotus Scrum
I was a little scared at first cause the Indian story sort of stunk, but the other two stories were great. If you are a horror movie fan go buy this.Published on March 5 2004 by Michael Costa
Ok, I wrote a review of CREEPSHOW 2 not that long ago, and I just read a review by "Tyreek, from the United States of America" who I think called me a "loser"... Read morePublished on March 5 2004
Whom ever these losers are with these low-quality opinions need to leave the real citisisum to the real movie buffs. Read morePublished on Feb. 28 2004 by "tyreek"