On this day, in 1982, the benchmark for anthology horror was released. Creepshow was a grimly comedic (and sometimes viciously dark) collection of stories brought to life through a collaboration between some of the greatest minds in the horror genre. Paying homage to the horror-themed E.C. Comics of the 1950s, George A. Romero and Stephen King put forth five wildly different tales covering various themes such as love, revenge, prejudice, and fear of the unknown - all of it wrapped in the kind of gruesome tangible pulp that only Tom Savini can deliver, all off it played to the memorably haunting tunes of John Harrison's score - Creepshow stands ageless as one of the genres most shining examples of what happens when you get everything right. Enjoy the gallery below and be sure to watch the videos for a trip down memory lane.