Tales That Witness Madness

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Released 1973

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Director:
Freddie Francis
Released:
1973
Rating:
R
Tales That Witness Madness is a British anthology of four campy horror tales directed by industry veteran Freddie Francis. The stories are introduced by Doctor R. C. Tremayne (Donald Pleasence), a psychiatrist working in a futuristic hospital for the mentally ill. He presents four patients, each with a horrifying tale, as case studies for his colleague Dr. Nicholas (Jack Hawkins). The first tale, "Mr. Tiger", follows Paul (Russell Lewis), an introverted child who invents an imaginary tiger to help him cope with his uncaring parents. In "Penny Farthing," an antiques dealer purchases a penny farthing bicycle that transports him to another place, a place where murder and zombies run rampant. In "Mel", Brian (Michael Jayston) brings home a dead tree which he affectionately names Mel and displays in his house. Much to the chagrin of his wife, Brian's feelings for Mel quickly grow to more than affectionate. "Luau", the last tale, is about a literary agent named Auriol (Kim Novak) who organizes a luau in a desperate attempt to land a new client. The luau has an unexpected twist when, instead of roasted pig, virgin flesh is served as the main course.moreless
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    Drama, Horror, Suspense

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    Cult, Supernatural, B-Movie Horror