Tales That Witness Madness
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Tales That Witness Madness
Essentially a reworking of their earlier omnibus Asylum, this is another anthology of pulp horror tales from Amicus, this one helmed by the ever-reliable Freddie Francis. It features a quartet of eerie vignettes involving four patients in the care of psychiatrist Dr. Tremayne (Donald Pleasence), who is attempting to justify his strange theories to a colleague (Jack Hawkins, who died shortly after his scenes were filmed) by explaining the horrific events that drove the patients to their current state. The first tale centers on a young boy (Russell Lewis), whose parents' constant squabbling… More

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"It's all very unsatisfying, and baffling to think that this was a big enough project to attract Ms. Novak."
‑ Jeffrey M. Anderson, Combustible Celluloid
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