A, B, C, D, E, A, T, H

26 directors, 26 letters… one amazing movie.

I am talking about a movie that blows what a horror movie is out of the water and sends it to the bottom of the Marianas Trench.

That movie is the ABCs of Death, a two-and-a-half hour long film created by 26 different directors from around the world, each making a death scene for the letters of the alphabet ranging from “A is for Apocalypse” to “Z is for Zetsumetsu (Extinction).”

The scenes in this film are both comedic and terrifying at the same time, and I loved every minute of it. It provided entertainment into the wee hours of the night, making me laugh, shout and cringe all the way through

In my opinion, “W is for WTF” takes the cake for best out of all of them, with its ridiculously terrifying and hilarious plot, which is filled with clown zombies, a walrus that shoots lasers from its eyes and even a flying eyeball-baby thing that chews people’s faces off, with “J is for Jidai-geki (Samurai movie)” coming in a close second.

This film is a great watch for those who want a movie where they can laugh at sick, twisted humour, as well as cringe in terror and disgust. However, some of the shorts fall short, and the film is a bit uneven. “ABCs of Death”  is at the top of my list of recommendations for those who enjoy horror and comedy, and a sequel entitled “More ABCs of Death” is expected sometime this year.