It offers a CliffsNotes encapsulation of Edgar Allen Poe’s most enduring works for viewers unacquainted with them.
As delightful as William Castle’s movies are in any venue, you lose out on one of their most appealing aspects when you watch them in the atomized privacy of your home theater.
Beautiful. Poetic. Scary. Take a walk with these nine Val Lewton classics.
Based loosely on one of Edgar Allen Poe’s most disquieting tales, 1934’s The Black Cat is one of the neglected jewels in Universal Studios’s horror crown.