Dr Terrible's House of Horrible

Dr Terrible's House of Horrible

British horror fans got a special treat in 2001, when Steve Coogan, the famous funnyman behind the classic Britcom “I’m Alan Partridge”, used his talents to spoof classic horror anthologies from Hammer and Amicus in this six-episode series. Each episode stars Coogan in the dual role of Dr. Terrible and his story’s leading man, while horror favorites like Simon Pegg, Sheila Keith and Warwick Davis appear in silly supporting roles. Some of the famous titles parodied include THE VAMPIRE LOVERS, WITCHFINDER GENERAL, THE VAULT OF HORROR and THE TERROR OF THE TONGS.

Member Reviews

The lizard of doom episode was hilarious “may cause over-tongularity” 😂

Iansmith
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5 days ago

Campy fun and some tales are amzing! 😊👍

Miss.Jetta.R.
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a month ago

A show for admirers of older British horror films. A funny, funny series, which needs to be watched closely (not while reading, chatting, whatever) in order to be fully appreciated. Stick with it; it’s well worth it.

SoupMonger
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3 months ago

Great comic relief with a horror theme.

GoddessAthena75
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4 months ago

Entertaining satires of old horror movies. The acting, stories, direction and production values were well done, and Coogan's makeup was really top notch. The British humor was very dry and fell flat much of the time but still worth the watch.

harpmanmike
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4 months ago