"It never stays put for too long, feeling like a mutant Mack Sennett two-reeler that was expanded to 60 minutes because they had to make room for naked people. If TALES was a fast-paced nudie-cutie with surreal reproductions of 1930s slapstick gags — and nothing else — it would still be pretty great. But this movie begins with a poltergeist that speaks directly to the audience and ends with sexual murder fantasies that result from work-related anxiety. It’s chock-full of broken logic, visual insanity, and happy, naked imbeciles.
If this is a glimpse of what it’s like to live in the spirit world, I can’t wait to die."
Read the full review by Joseph A. Ziemba at Bleeding Skull: