Four short stories by master of macabre Robert Bloch are related by the inmates of a mental institution. In the first story, Richard Todd murders his wife and cuts her body into little pieces -- but that doesn't stop her from seeking revenge. In the second, Peter Cushing orders crooked tailor Barry Morse to weave a coat from a magic fabric in order to bring Cushing's son back from the dead (this one was previously dramatized on the TV series Thriller). The third story stars Charlotte Rampling as a schizophrenic whose "doppelganger" is manifested in the person of Britt Ekland. The final tale involves demented toymaker Herbert Lom and his army of killer robots. Robert Bloch himself adapted his original source material for the screen. Asylum was also known as House of Crazies. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Well, I got the right one and I wouldn't say it's all that great. If you're a fan of early 70's British horror with the short stories then this is right up your alley. I thought the first story was the best and then it went right downhill from there.
This is not the first time these Blockheads have done this with DVD's here I tried to get "Le Boucher" and I got some crappy TV made movie called Butcher. If you call BB and can get to the Second Level of Help the fools can fix this problem.
THIS IS NOT THE CORRECT COVER TO THIS FILM!!! DON'T RENT, unless the Blockheads Correct this!!!