How a movie starts is really important. How it ends though – how it sends its audience out into the night – is really, really important. The script for “Bordello Of Blood” had a perfectly acceptable ending. The Hollywood sausage-making process that put Bordello on the screen however had no ending. Put in horror movie terms, the creative team behind HBO’s highly successful TV series “Tales From The Crypt” – a creative experience they all found unique in their careers – suddenly found themselves having to make a real monster: a movie none of them wanted to make. And then – as movie monsters do – their flawed creation haunted them. And yet… can horror movies have happy endings?