Chris Voss’s review published on Letterboxd:
Horror gets tricky when it comes to trying to extend it into animation. There’s the ability to extend the imagination even further, but the remove from reality that even the best animation contains means that – at least for me – actual horror or fright is in short supply. That doesn’t mean the films can’t be impactful, even exquisite. Such is the case with Extraordinary Tales, an anthology of animated interpretations of classic Edgar Allen Poe stories, narrated by some pretty special folks.
Read the rest at Cinema Dual.