Dead of Night (2009) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Three Tales of Mystery, Imagination & Suspense!
Legendary producer-director Dan Curtis (Dark Shadows, The Night Stalker) presents a thrilling trilogy of spell-binding stories with mystery-horror writer Richard Matheson (I Am Legend, The Twilight Zone):
After buying an antique automobile, Frank (Ed Begley Jr.) restores the vehicle to its original condition. Along with the car, Frank is transported back in time to the year 1926. Based on a short story by Jack Finney.
NO SUCH THING AS A VAMPIRE
Alexis (Anjanette Comer), the mistress of an old mansion, is terrified of vampires. When her husband (Patrick Macnee) calls in a friend (Horst Bucholtz) to examine her, a macabre scheme unfolds.
On a dark and stormy night, a boy (Lee H. Montgomery), thought to be dead, surprises his despondent mother (Joan Hackett) at the family beach house, bringing her both extreme joy and overwhelming terror.
Deleted Footage from No Such Thing As A Vampire
Deleted Extended Opening Title
Robert Cobert s Music Score Highlights
1969 Dead Of Night TV Pilot: A Darkness At Blaisedon (psychic investigators explore a haunted house to unlock the hidden secrets of its past)
About Dead of Night (2009)
Starring: Jr. Ed Begley, Horst Buchholz, Anjanette Comer, Joan Hackett, Patrick Macnee
Runtime: 127 minutes
Director: Dan Curtis;Richard Matheson