Tales of Terror

"Weak"

Tales of Terror Review


Three more Twice-Told Tales from Edgar Allen Poe's works, all starring Vincent Price. Only the second is worth watching -- an odd, but effective combination of "The Black Cat" and "The Cask of Amontillado" -- with Peter Lorre stealing the show as the madman who walls up his archrival and wife in the cellar, only to be undone by a meowing cat. Worth watching for this half hour alone, but skip the rest.


Tales of Terror

Facts and Figures

Genre: Horror/Suspense

Run time: 89 mins

In Theaters: Saturday 23rd February 1963

Distributed by: American International Picture

Production compaines: Alta Vista Productions

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2.5 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 67%
Fresh: 8 Rotten: 4

IMDB: 6.9 / 10

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Starring: as Locke / Fortunato / Valdemar, as Montresor, as Carmichael, as Helene, as Annabel, as Lenora, David Frankham as Dr. James, as Morella, Wally Campo as Barman Wilkins, Alan DeWitt as Chairman of Wine Society


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