WEFOUNDThree Tales of Horror


Aimed straight, and straightforwardly, at the jugular of any very susceptible reader, these are three fanged stories of horror just this side of the supernatural. In ""The Cell"" he has constructed for the night during the lunar month when ""the change"" comes, a man becomes a killer wolf; a headless body, ripped and clawed to death on Dartmoor, leads to further fatalities in ""The Hunter,"" and in the last one an anthropologist goes to South America to track a ""bestia hombre"" and is the ultimate victim. . Dark shades of Arkham House, modern variants of an old time, time honored tradition.

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Aimed straight, and straightforwardly, at the jugular of any very susceptible reader, these are three fanged stories of horror just this side of the supernatural. In ""The Cell"" he has constructed for the night during the lunar month when ""the change"" comes, a man becomes a killer wolf; a headless body, ripped and clawed to death on Dartmoor, leads to further fatalities in ""The Hunter,"" and in the last one an anthropologist goes to South America to track a ""bestia hombre"" and is the ultimate victim. . Dark shades of Arkham House, modern variants of an old time, time honored tradition.

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Tales of Terror is a 1962 American International Pictures horror film , shot in color and Panavision , that was produced by Samuel Z. Arkoff , James H. Nicholson , and Roger Corman , who also directed. The screenplay was written by Richard Matheson , and the film stars Vincent Price , Peter Lorre , and Basil Rathbone . It is the fourth in the so-called Corman-Poe cycle of eight films largely featuring adaptations of Edgar Allan Poe stories directed by Corman for AIP. The film was released in 1962 on a double bill with Panic in Year Zero! .

The film uses an anthology format, presenting three short sequences based on the following Poe tales: " Morella ", " The Black Cat " (which is combined with another Poe tale, " The Cask of Amontillado "), [1] and " The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar ". Each sequence is introduced via voiceover narration by Vincent Price , who also appears in all three narratives.

The three stories in the film took a total of three weeks to film. [1] For the conclusion of "Morella", Corman reused some sets and event footage from the fiery climax of House of Usher . [1] The story Morella was remade in the 1990s as The Haunting of Morella .


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