Fans of the original film likely remember it, too, had its fair share of tonal variances, swinging from outright horror to comedy and even camp. That the film was an anthology meant it had the potential to be everything to every kind of horror fan and even appeal to those who aren’t always looking to be scared or grossed out. Shudder’s reboot of the film aims to follow in the original’s footsteps, as far as Nicotero is concerned. advertising Nicotero discussed the show’s tone and sense of humor following a visit to the set Screen Rant participated in. The makeup and effects guru discussed being influenced by the original movie, but also some classic films of the late ‘70s and early ‘80s. Read what Nicotero has to say about Creepshow’s approach to tone below: Next: Prodigal Son Review: American Psycho Lite Meets Half-Baked Hannibal Creepshow premieres Thursday, September 26 @9pm ET/7pm PT on Shudder.