Fun little anthology flick with tales of gargoyles, a killer cat, and a vengeful mummy. Adapts stories by King, Doyle, and others with a fresh cinematic style and plenty of familiar cameos. KNB offers up some more amazing FX, particularly in the creature creation in the final entry. Harrison keeps the film visually engaging, with the second story offering a cats POV, explicit use of color, plus unique framing. The film also delivers a clever wrap-around that ties everything together nicely. Unlike the EC Comics films like Tales from the Crypt or Vault of Horror, the entries are not morality tales, but do have ironic endings. I enjoy it more with each viewing, great early 90s anthology effort.