Tales from the Crypt 1994 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Five different people get lost while touring an ancient burial crypt and are confronted by the mysterious hooded crypt keeper (Ralph Richardson) who tells each individual a story to their impending fates. In the first, “All Through the House,” a murderous wife (Joan Collins) is terrorized by a maniac in a Santa Claus suit on Christmas Eve. In “Relfection of Death,” a philanderer (Ian Henry) has an accident with his mistress and then wonders he Earth unaware that he’s dead. In “Poetic Justice,” the son of a greedy real estate man (Robin Phillips) and his father plot to drive an elderly man (Peter Cushing) out of their neighborhood only to have the man commit suicide on Valentine’s Day, and return to get revenge. In “Wish You Were Here,” a crooked businessman (Richard Greene) and his wife buy a Chinese curio that will grant her three wishes, which naturally go wrong. In the last story, “Blind Alleys,” a cruel and heartless new director of a home for the blind (Nigel Patrick) gets the tables turned on him by his long oppressed residents who exact a cruel revenge.