Tales from the Crypt (1996)

Season 4 Episode 13

Werewolf Concerto

Aired Unknown Sep 09, 1992 on HBO
out of 10
User Rating
97 votes

By TV.com Users

Episode Summary

A group of guests at a secluded resort suspect that one of them may be a murderous werewolf.

Who was the Episode MVP ?

No results found.
No results found.
No results found.

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (4)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • {Spoiler}

        (Turning into his Werewolf form, Lokai is stabbed from behind through the chest, with a silver candlelabra by Janice)
        Janice: (licks blood off candlelabra) Wasn't expecting you until Midnight Lupe, lucky for me i'm a early riser (chuckles leaning down to now human Lokai) You Lupe's are so easy, you stomp around, sticking your chest out, like you don't have a brain in your head.
        (sighs) Maybe it's better that way.
        Lokai: (confused) P-p-piano?
        Janice: Oh yes, the piano, think of it as my tour bus baby. (licks the blood off Lokai's chest) You know I kinda like you. I think I will take you up on breakfast after all.
        (Smiles revealing her fangs, as she leans down sinking her teeth into Lokai's neck)
        Lokai: AHHHH!!

      • [Opening wraparound segment.]
        The Crypt Keeper: [shows a brain] This is your brain. [places brain on a frying pan] This is your brain on drugs. And this is your brain after watching Tales from the Crypt! [smashes brain with a mallet] Evening, creeps. We interrupt your regularly scheduled terrorvision program to bring you a bit of culture. That's right, kiddies. Tonight, instead of rotting your grave matter, I'm going to improve it, with a tasteful tale about someone who just can't fright the feeling. I call it,"Werewolf Concerto".

        [Closing wraparound segment with the Crypt Keeper holding a skeleton girl.]
        The Crypt Keeper: Poor Lokai. Thought he was starring a labooem, turns out he was second lead in Romeo and Ghouliet. [laughs] I hope you're not cultured out, kiddies, because the next part of our program is a little part that I've been working on. I hope you like the goreography. Whenever you're ready, Izzadora! [throws skeleton girl; it lands with a crunch] Mmm...I guess it's back to the corpse of ballet for her. [laughs]

    • NOTES (3)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • This Is Your Brain On Drugs

        In this episode, during the opening wraparound segment, the Crypt Keeper does his own version of the popular public announcement commercial by replacing an egg with, of course, a brain.

      • Romeo And Juliet

        William Shakespeare's well known tragic play about a love affair between two teens complicated due to thier families hatred for one another. The play is a strong example of love and tragedy in fiction and the concept and plot has been updated and remade several times throughout the years.

        In this episode, in the Crypt Keeper's closing wraparound segment, he rewords the title, "Romeo And Juliet" as "Romeo And Ghouliet".