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The House That Dripped Blood

2 Ratings: 3.5
1971 film directed by Peter Duffell

Four tales written by Robert Bloch and Russ Jones.      An Amicus Production.

Genre: Horror
Release Date: February 1971
MPAA Rating: PG
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Four tales of terror from Amicus.

  • Jan 3, 2010
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The House That Dripped Blood is an Amicus production that features four tales of terror written by Robert Bloch and Russ Jones.  Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing co-star in this anthology along with Joss Ackland and Denholm Elliot.  "Method for Murder" is about a writer (Denholm Eliiot) who's latest writing has seem to come alive.  "Waxworks" features Peter Cushing and Joss Ackland as two buddies who's lives are turned upside down over a wax sculpture.  "Sweets for the Sweet" stars Christopher Lee as a father who's overly protective of his child, with good reason.  "The Cloak" is about an actor who really gets into his role as a vampire when he buys a mysterious cape.  A fun anthology film that will please fans of Hammer and Amicus films.    If you enjoy Robert Bloch's style of dark comedy then you'll definitely want to check this one out as well.
Four tales of terror from Amicus.

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