TALES FROM THE CRYPT (Theatrical Release Canada 1972)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.4|5.0 Starsìììì

Tales From the Crypt
examines how sin and punishment play with each other in an entertaining, albeit horrifying, story that not only has a good concept, but provides good acting and portrayal of storyline. It is worth viewing with its presentation of the bad things that people did and how those actions catch up with them. 
Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia
The Crypt Keeper suggests how five persons could die. 
Additional Thanks 
Thank you to Director Freddie Francis for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producer Charles W. Fries for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: The Crypt Keeper (Ralph Richardson), Guide (Geoffrey Bayldon), Joanne Clayton (Joan Collins), Husband (Martin Boddey), Daughter (Chloe Franks), Maniac (Oliver MacGreevy), Carl Maitland (Ian Hendry), Wife (Susan Denny), Susan (Angela Grant), Grimsdyke (Peter Cushing), and Elliot (Robin Phillips).  

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe? 
Yes. For the horror movie fan, this story suits nicely. 
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