Bluebeard/Chamber of Horrors 2005 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Bluebeard(1944, B & W, 73 MINs.)Starring John Carradine and Jean Parker In the famous art district of Paris, a new evil has taken up residence. A troubled and intense artist seeks out various portrait models to aid in his work. But when the paintings are finished, he strangles his models. Can the authorities catch him before he strikes again? And who will be lured next into his lair of death? Chamber of Horrors (1958, B & W, 75 MINS.) Starring Vincent Price, Richard Long and Carolyn Craig Upon his death, a wealthy industrialist leaves behind a huge treasure in his private tomb. The way to the treasure is through seven interlocking doors with seven distinct keys. The evil Dr. Manetta has six keys but Lili Palmer, the rightful heir, holds the last. Manetta will stop at nothing to get that key and the treasure even if it means subjecting Lili to the nefarious chamber of horrors.
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