Dead of Night

Dead of Night

Directed by Dan Curtis

Three imaginative tales involving a vintage car that transports its driver back to 1926; the mistress of an old mansion terrified by vampires and a mother tormented by the spirit of her dead son.

Three imaginative tales involving a vintage car that transports its driver back to 1926; the mistress of an old mansion terrified by vampires and a mother tormented by the spirit of her dead son.

Cast: Ed Begley Jr, Patrick Macnee, Anjanette Comer, Horst Bucholtz, Joan Hackett

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Iceatea525
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18 hours ago

If you love anthology horror this is a must see (shares the same name as another MUST SEE anthology horror). This claerly made for tv horror special packs some good scares. Much like Trilogy of Terror we get 3 short scary stories. First one is by the incomparable Richard Matheson and isn't horror per se but wonderfully written time travel scifi ala Twilight Zone. Second tale stars cult actor Elisha Cook and is a great take on a vampire tale. Third one is actually pretty scary and fulfills the anthology horror trope of woman being hunted and pursued in her own home. Don't sleep on this.

willanoid
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2 days ago

Worth a watch if you’re looking to kill time. The stories are fun but not as impactful or memorable as Twilight Zone.

cassshudder
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7 days ago

An experience that is overall "okay". Did not dislike it but just couldn't feel invested when watching it. It has some classic horror vibes and some Twilight zones inspirations, but even then nothing that wow'd me.

Highnoonmoon
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7 days ago

sweet. total classic

jamesdagreatttt
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12 days ago