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The anthology film has never been a dominant genre. Yet, it has maintained a consistent presence in the film industry due to its dependency. By nature, most of these films are hit-or-miss, for audiences are naturally inclined to prefer certain segments to others. Not since the similarly structured “Pulp Fiction” has an anthology film re-invigorated the interest or reached that level of prestigious success. The Coen Brothers’ “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” came close, but even its distribution on Netflix represented a financial crutch and indicated that these films do not attract theatergoers like they used to. The horror anthology, however, has enjoyed a substantial cult status in recent years, with popular entries such as “V/H/S” and “The ABCs of Death.”At their best, they provide opportunities for upcoming, independent filmmakers to flex their creative muscles in a short format, together creating a diverse and wide-ranging experience of a film. Such are the intentions of “The Field Guide To Evil,” the newest horror anthology aimed at taking folk stories from different countries across the globe and putting terrifying spins on their iterations.
“The Field Guide To Evil” comes from the creative producers of Tim League and Ant Timpson, who are also responsible for...
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