Tales of Terror

Tales of Terror

DVD - 2015
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The case of M. Valdemar: A sorcerer's spell backfires when he sentences an innocent man to living hell.
The black cat: A detective arrives to investigate a series of murders and finds a few tell-tale paw prints here and there.
Morella: When Doctor Patricia Morella becomes terminally ill and turns all her energies to a bizarre embryonic experiment, not even Dr. Lynden, her lover and collaborator, suspects her true intentions.
Publisher: [New York] : Kino Lorber, [2015]
Characteristics: video file,DVD video
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digital,optical,surround,5.1 surround sound
1 videodisc (89 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.

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Onewhoissaved
Apr 06, 2016

"Tales of Terror", 1962, directed by Roger Corman has some big name stars: Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, and last but not least, Basil Rathbone. The color is good and the original author Edgar Allen Poe, are to be commended but not the depiction by Corman which is cheap to the highest level. Price and Lorre are ridiculously campy. Basil Rathbone retains some sense of dignity. I wonder why he even did the role given his long, long illustrious roles that thrilled the movie goers of 5 decades during his lifetime and continued after his death.

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NanaPat
Mar 25, 2011

The enjoyment of this film comes from the experience with the master . Vincent Price. Everything is dated and the 'special effects' are exactly what they should be. The hilarity of the films is even more precious because of the cult followings these film receive.

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Mar 11, 2011

Twice Told Tales is just that: tales that have been told too many times. But the Tales of Terror are great.

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NanaPat
Mar 25, 2011

NanaPat thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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NanaPat
Mar 25, 2011

Side A is 3 of Edgar Allen Poe's Tales of Terror. Basil Rathbone and Peter Lorre join Vincent Price in these 1960's cult classics.
Side B is Nathaniel Hawthorne's Twice Told Tales , with Sebastion Cabot joining Vincent Price for the romp through horror.

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