Torture Garden
Torture Garden (1968)

The Torture Garden is an "omnibus" chiller, adapted from four short stories by Robert Bloch (Psycho). Each is introduced by Burgess Meredith, playing a sinister carnival barker by the name of Dr. Diabolo. The doctor's audience… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: July 19, 1968
DVD Release Date: October 4, 2005
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Dennis Schwartz
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An uneven but overall effective horror portmanteau that is ably directed by the London-born Freddie Francis.

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Phil Hubbs
Another British horror anthology with a slightly silly title methinks. This time nothing to do with the 'Tales from the Crypt' franchise but a stand… More
Lafe Fredbjornson
A nice anthology of horror tales with a strange statue in a garden being used as the framing device.
Tim Salmons
I love the Amicus anthology films, and this one is better than most of them. The first and last stories are the reason to see this one. I love seeing Jack… More
Greg Afilmlovingweirdofromcali
Jack Palance stole the show for me, his creepy portrayal of an Edgar Allen Poe fanatic as this wired, jittery fellow who drank a few thousand too many cups of… More
Aj V
This horror movie has a good story, but I've seen it in a lot of other movies. The cast is good too, and for the most part I liked this movie.