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

It's Matheson ... that should say it all. If not, then it goes from nostalgia and speculative to vengeful and black to downright bleak and unforgivable. Matheson always knew that the worst monsters are not make believe, they are us, and 2 of the 3 stories here spell it out in spades. Dated, but timeless ...

Goiterless
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2 months ago

so-so, not one of Dan Curtis' greatest. this is the type of tv movie that would most likely be played on a sunday afternoon after star trek reruns in the late '70s.

stoneweather
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2 months ago

good movei

solotripper148
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2 months ago

Not bad but not very creative or spooky either.

SpookyBloke
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2 months ago

This film is an old-fashioned anthology movie, reminiscent of Twilight Zone and Trilogy of Terror. None of the stories were really scary and I figured out the endings for the first two pretty early on but the movie is still entertaining.

Nik1984
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2 months ago