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Dr. Terror's House of Horrors 4K 1965 Ultra HD 2160p

Dr. Terror's House of Horrors 4K 1965 Ultra HD 2160p
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Genre: Movies 4K , Horror 4K
Country: UK
Time: 01:38:17
IMDB: 6.6
Director: Freddie Francis
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Actors: Christopher Lee, Franklyn Marsh, Peter Cushing, Neil McCallum, Ursula Howells, Peter Madden, Katy Wild, Alan Freeman, Ann Bell, Phoebe Nicholls, Bernard Lee, Jeremy Kemp, Roy Castle, Kenny Lynch, Christopher Carlos, Michael Gough, Donald Sutherland, Jennifer Jayne

Story Movie

"Dr. Terror's House of Horrors" is a classic horror anthology film released in 1965, directed by Freddie Francis. The movie centers around a group of strangers who find themselves aboard a mysterious train, where they encounter the enigmatic Dr. Schreck (played by Peter Cushing). As the train hurtles through the night, Dr. Schreck offers to read the tarot cards of each passenger, revealing their darkest fears and deepest secrets.

The film is divided into five segments, each showcasing a different tale of terror. From voodoo curses to malevolent plant life, each story is filled with suspense, twists, and chilling atmosphere. In "Werewolf," an architect (played by Neil McCallum) discovers a horrifying secret hidden within the walls of an old house. "Creeping Vine" follows a botanist (played by Alan Freeman) as he encounters a plant with a deadly agenda.

Other segments include "Voodoo," where a musician (played by Roy Castle) finds himself cursed after stealing a tribal idol, "Disembodied Hand," where an art critic (played by Christopher Lee) faces the wrath of a vengeful severed hand, and "Vampire," where a doctor (played by Donald Sutherland) uncovers a sinister plot in a small village.

"Dr. Terror's House of Horrors" is celebrated for its atmospheric cinematography, eerie score, and standout performances from horror legends such as Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. With its blend of supernatural thrills and macabre storytelling, the film remains a beloved classic of British horror cinema.

Review 4K Movie

First of the spate of British portmanteau horror films which sprung up in the 1960's/early 70's (there had of course been 'Dead of Night' much earlier).

Five men in a train carriage have their tarot cards read by the mysterious Dr Schreck, all concluding in the same manner - their death. Ranks above many of the similar films which followed by having classic horror themes in the stories - werewolves, voodoo, severed hand, killer plant and vampires. Film also has well above average cast and a tone which remains sombre right up to the bleak ending. That said we do have the one comic relief story, which as usual is by far the weakest - here we have Roy Castle as a jazz musician getting caught up in voodoo.

It is the framing story in these horror anthologies which often make or break the entire film, and in 'Dr Terror's ....' it is excellent with Cushing having a real tone of menace as the quietly spoken, sinister Dr Schreck, as the action switches back to the increasingly claustrophobic train carriage.

At a time when Hammer's standards were beginning to slip, Amicus provided an important rival which ensured the British horror output remained interesting and inventive for quite some time.

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Video

Codec: HEVC / H.265 (81.1 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.35:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.35:1

Audio

#English: DTS-HD Master Audio Mono (48kHz, 24-bit)
#English: FLAC 2.0
#Italian: Dolby Digital 2.0

Subtitles

English SDH.

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