Dr. Terror's House of Horrors

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Overview

Five strangers board a train and are joined by a mysterious fortune teller who offers to read their Tarot cards. Five separate stories unfold: An architect returns to his ancestoral home to find a werewolf out for revenge; a doctor discovers his new wife is a vampire; a huge plant takes over a house; a musician gets involved with voodoo; an art critic is pursued by a disembodied hand.

  1. Milton Subotsky

    Screenplay

  2. Freddie Francis

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Christopher Lee

    Christopher Lee

    Franklyn Marsh (segment "Disembodied Hand")

  2. Peter Cushing

    Peter Cushing

    Dr. Sandor Schreck (segment "Dr. Terror")

  3. Donald Sutherland

    Donald Sutherland

    Bob Carroll (segment "Vampire")

  4. Bernard Lee

    Bernard Lee

    Hopkins (segment "Creeping Vine")

  5. MA

    Max Adrian

    Dr. Blake (segment "Vampire")

  6. Ann Bell

    Ann Bell

    Ann Rogers (segment "Creeping Vine")

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Status Released

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 38m

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Release Information

  • February 28, 1965
    Theatrical

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Featured Review

A review by John Chard

8.0
By John Chard

Five characters in search of a station.

Five strangers on board a train and are joined by the mysterious Dr Shreck, he's a fortune teller and offers to read their Tarot cards.

Five men, five stories, Werewolf, The Creeping Vine, Voodoo, Disembodied Hand & Vampire. Dr. Terror's House Of Horrors is one of those films that had a big impact on me as a child. When it was shown on British TV, the next day in the play ground would be kids talking about it, well those kids (un)lucky enough to have parents who would let them watch it that is! I finally got to see it one night in the 70s when my pa... read the rest.

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