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Two Evil Eyes

Two Evil Eyes

Directed by George Romero

Directors Dario Argento and George Romero adapted two famous Edgar Allan Poe stories for this 1990 anthology film. Romero brought much of his CREEPSHOW cast over for "The Facts in the Case of Mr. Valdemar," including Adrienne Barbeau and E.G. Marshall, while Argento's standout "The Black Cat" stars past and future horror legends including Martin Balsam (PSYCHO), Kim Hunter (PLANET OF THE APES), Julie Benz (DEXTER) and Harvey Keitel as a photographer whose hatred for felines leads to a bitter end. Gore FX god Tom Savini lends his talents to both tales.

Directors Dario Argento and George Romero adapt two famous Edgar Allan Poe stories.

Cast: Adrienne Barbeau, Harvey Keitel, Ramy Zada

Member Reviews

WoW! They should bring to the big screen all the stories that Edgar Allan Poe wrote, this was good, but his stories deserve a better adaptation or just follow the script of the book, and narrate as it is. Nobody describes human emotions like him. Stop wasting money on pseudo-writers stories and revive the good ones.

gmfv18
1 month ago

Loved the first story. Second one was okay. It definitely had creepshow vibes which I loved.

Wulfkar
1 month ago

absolutely mesmerizing

spook
2 months ago

Sweet candy tastefully grim flowing into the senses with that Romero and Argento vintage deliciousness. And always, always that beautiful Argento soundtrack whether it be by The Goblins or some other magically inclined conjurers of reality altering sound.

Hellbishop
2 months ago

Always down for Poe.

TheVons
2 months ago