Fangoria Movie Review - Little Deaths


Starting with DEAD OF NIGHT way back in 1945, British filmmakers have been at the forefront of the horror-anthology movement; heck, they saw the screen possibilities in America’s EC comics a couple of decades before we Yanks did. The country continues to push boundaries with LITTLE DEATHS, a triptych as graphically sexual in its terrors as we’ve ever seen in an omnibus feature—or any fright film, for that matter.

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