The Mortuary Collection (2019) 1080p

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Genres:
Fantasy | Horror
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2.11G
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1080p
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Language:
English  
Run Time:
108 min
IMDB Rating:
6.7 / 10 
MPR:
Normal
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Downloaded:
323
Seeds:
20
Peers:
3
Directors: Ryan Spindell [Director] ,


Movie Description:
On the cusp of retirement, an eccentric mortician recounts several of the strangest stories he's encountered in his long career, but things take a turn for the phantasmagorical when he learns that the final story - is his own.

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Reviews

Amazing and beautiful images

Such a great movie.

All the stories are great and remind me a lot the "tales from the crypt".The images and the cinematography are beautiful - kind of Jean-Pierre Jeunet aesthetic to me.This is the perfect time of the year to check this movie, and i would highly recommend it, and re-watch it again.

A fun and refreshing horror anthology

Clancy Brown leads a fun, creepy anthology that I highly recommend! The stories are fairly clever and this has some nice scares along the way.

Right on the edge of too much

This anthology has a smirking wit to it that constantly teeters on the razor's edge between being cool and annoying.

A young woman inquires about a job at a mortuary, and the mortician is skeptical about her ability. She challenges him to tell her increasingly scary stories about some of the weirdest cases he's ever taken. Some are shocking, or gross, or horrifying (sometimes, all three at once). No matter the tale, there's always an edge of dark humor throughout, and the woman has her own sly commentary on story and storyteller alike.

Even though The Mortuary Collection threatens to be a little too smart (and smarmy) for its own good, it's hard not to be charmed by something in this collection of stories. It may not reach the same highs as films like "Creepshow" or even "Trick 'r' Treat", but Clancy Brown is perfect as the gravely-voiced mortician, telling stories that are always scary, but never frightening, if that makes any sense.

It's the sort of movie where, in 15 or 20 years, there's going to be a whole generation of adults that remembers seeing this when they were teenagers, and for them, it'll be their number one cult classic.

For me, it was the sort of movie where every time it felt like I was about to roll my eyes, it managed to stick the landing. I can't hate that, and I'm even a little impressed. I think that earns it a recommend.
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