Tales of Terror

Three tales from Edgar Allan Poe feature a ghostly wife, premature burial, rotting flesh.


1962, 90min., Rated NR

4:15pm

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Revenge of the Zombies

A mad bayou doctor (John Carradine) makes zombies for Hitler after practicing on his wife (Veda Ann Borg).

Starring: John Carradine, Robert Lowery, Veda Ann Borg | Directed By: Steve Sekely

61min., Rated NR

7:20

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Burn, Witch, Burn!

When a British professor (Peter Wyngarde) ties his success to his wife's (Janet Blair) black magic, he destroys her voodoo kit.

Starring: Janet Blair, Peter Wyngarde, Margaret Johnston | Directed By: Sidney Hayers

90min., Rated NR

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Thunderbirds Are Go

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92min., Rated NR

10:55

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Thunderbird 6

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90min., Rated G

12:40

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Grave of the Vampire

The son (William Smith) of an old and powerful vampire (Michael Pataki) seeks his father out and finds him teaching a college course.

Starring: William Smith, Michael Pataki, Lyn Peters | Directed By: John Hayes

95min., Rated PG

2:30

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The Tomb

An Egyptian princess (Michelle Bauer) rises from the dead and goes to California for the amulets she needs.

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Tales of Terror

A widower, a drunk and an experiment gone awry make up this terror trilogy based on the works of Edgar Allan Poe.

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90min., Rated NR

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91min., Rated PG-13

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107min., Rated PG

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1984

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Starring: John Hurt, Richard Burton, Suzanna Hamilton | Directed By: Michael Radford

115min., Rated R

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Stigmata

An atheist's (Patricia Arquette) visions and manifestations of wounds like those of the crucified Christ prompt the Vatican to send an investigator (Gabriel Byrne).

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103min., Rated R

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Slamdance

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