The Vault of Horror (Tales from the Crypt, Part II)
The Vault of Horror (Tales from the Crypt, Part II) (1973)

Also released under the title Tales from the Crypt, Part II, this British film contains a collection of five tales of horror, based on the 1950s E.C. Comics series.

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: March 16, 1973
DVD Release Date: September 11, 2007
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John Beifuss
Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)

Scream Factory has issued 'Vault' uncut in America for the first time, on Blu-ray; the transfer restores several gruesome visual punch lines, including one involving Glynis Johns, gap-toothed Terry Thomas, and a hammer.

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Noel Murray
The Dissolve

The misanthropy of the Tales From The Crypt and Vault Of Horror movies is strangely enjoyable, because it comes packaged within some gleefully perverse ideas.

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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Baker failed to get any oomph out of it.

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Phil Hubbs
Otherwise known as the sequel to 'Tales from the Crypt' yet all the stories here bar one are from the 'Tales' comics. So it seems the… More
Adam Mahler
I wanted to see a portmanteau movie... This one was successful in that each of the individual stories is well-paced, no matter how brief the length or scant the… More
Jason Calvin
This is the sequel to the original Tales from the Crypt movie. What was wrong with the people who made this? I'm guessing they only had one or two of the… More
Lee ?
British horror anthology featuring five short stories told by a group of men who find themselves trapped in a hidden room in an apartment building basement. Not… More
Bruce Bruce
No more then a sequal to the 1972 Movie Tales from the crypt. Some what enjoyable, unless you have watched present day Tales from the crypt. Another almost good… More
Tim Salmons
I would have given this four stars, but I watched an edited version of the film. I hope this is made available uncut in the U.S. someday. I'm not really… More