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John Carpenter and Tobe Hooper directed this trio of shockers hosted by a small town coroner.
It's easy to see why Body Bags was something of a clone of Tales from the Crypt. But as a standalone film, Body Bags is Carpenter at his funniest, as director, composer and in his rare appearance as a lead actor.
Occasionally predictable but still has a significant amount of suspense, a healthy dose of black humor, and a number of good performances.
Not too shabby, but the masters of the genre could certainly have cooked up something more tasty.
As a compilation, it's only a mediocre horror effort.
See it for Mark Hamill going nutzoid.
Even with the impressive talent assembled in front of and behind the camera, and a healthy budget for a television movie, Body Bags is still little more than an agreeable lark.
High-powered modern horror directors and a good cast, but not much to it.
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