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The Black Cat (1934) – Episode 67 – Decades of Horror: The Classic Era

“Many men have gone there. Few have returned. I have returned. After fifteen years… I have returned.” Dr. Vitus Werdegast delivers this line with a grave determination that tells you he has vengeance on his mind. Join this episode’s Grue Crew – Joseph Perry, Chad Hunt, and Jeff Mohr – as they witness Werdegast exact […]

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“Don’t Look in the Basement” (1973): Drive-in Classic Starts Slow but Redeems Itself With a Brutal Finale

A good ending can often redeem what would otherwise be a less-than-stellar film. Such is the case with S.F. Brownrigg’s drive-in classic Don’t Look in the Basement (1973) (also known as The Forgotten and Death Ward 13). Based on a lesser-known story by Edgar Allan Poe, it is the tale of a young nurse who […]

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“The Tell-Tale Heart: Sisters” (2016):  Updated Take on a Poe Classic Proves to Be an Eerie Affair

  As potential viewers might guess from this short horror film’s title, The Tell-Tale Heart: Sisters is an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s famous short story “The Tell-Tale Heart.” Writer/director Christine Parker based her screenplay on that renowned tale, adding a dash of “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?” as well as her own twisted ideas. […]