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

Member Reviews

Really good anthology! With Dark Shadows, Night Stalker, and Trilogy of Terror, Dan Curtis was synonymous with horror back in the 60s and 70s. Like Trilogy Of Terror, Curtis brings out the big guns for the third tale. A nice bit of vintage mystery and horror in the EC comics vein (minus the gore).

Darkprose
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8 days ago

It's good on the storytelling side but except for the last short it was not scary or gripping. Anthologies are always fun to watch and difficult to produce so I appreciate the effort even though I found it rather bland in whole.

Gourdz
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19 days ago

S'okay. Might like if you're looking for an '80s movie--it's technically not; it was released in 1977--but it's an anthology and has a kind of 80s feel to it. Sort of an early Creepshow, except not all horror stories--the first one is more of a Twilight Zone episode. No gore, or special effect at all really (must have been done on the cheap ; ) Acting is s'okay, although I did get a kick out of the baby-faced Ed Begley Jr in the first story.

nyingpo
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2 months ago

The last story I liked, had a nice gothic horror feel to it. the

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2 months ago

... you may just want to fast forward to the final tale.

richthescumbag
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2 months ago