The Comedy of Terrors/The Raven 2003 Horror Movie Review
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Besides a quite quick delivery, this two side DVD contains two classics, in a respected 2.35 format.
Cheap production, sure, but so much fun with Matheson’s script.
How not to laugh when the chorus sings ‘He is not dead at all’ while Basil Rathbone rests one more time in the multiusage coffin.
A pure delight.
About The Comedy of Terrors/The Raven (2003)
The Comedy of Terrors/The Raven
Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff, Hazel Court, Olive Sturgess,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
G (General Audience)Runtime:
127 minutesDirector: Jacques Tourneur Roger Corman,
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