Tales That Witness Madness (1973)
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Critic Reviews for Tales That Witness Madness
It's all very unsatisfying, and baffling to think that this was a big enough project to attract Ms. Novak.
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Audience Reviews for Tales That Witness Madness
A series of short stories that are connected only by their dependence on our imagination - not anyone's sanity.
While not an Amicus film, Tales that Witness Madness feels like the Amicus portmanteau or omnibus films of the era; however, it is way better than most of them. Amicus and Hammer veteran Freddie Francis helms this anthology horror film that succeeds because it has genuinely weird (if not really scary) stories. Featuring Donald Pleasance, Joan Collins, and Kim Novak, Tales that Witness Madness stands out as one of the better British omnibus horror films of the seventies.
Is this where Calvin and Hobbs came from??? Fun anthology that borrows heavily from Hammer horrors Asylum(72). Its dated but thats part of its charm. Streaming on Netflix.
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