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Dead of Night(1945)

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  • Immensely Creepy...

    • Usagi Dolcia
    • 10/11/12

    I've never seen or heard of this movie before until tonight. I live for anthology and multiple tales/stories. It was one of those movies that was creepy but slow. There was always something happening but never n a way where it was too much for the scene. It was subtle but still had shock value. I recommend this to anyone!

  • Dead of Night

    • Dashiell Barnes
    • 10/10/12

    Both a darkly funny & chilling horror anthology from Ealing Studios. Johns explains to a collection of strangers that he has seen them in his dreams, Redgrave is terrific in the film's most famous story, that of a schizophrenic ventriloquist. Transitions between the stories are seamless & each of the characters bring something unique, but coherent to the story, each handled magnificently by different directors. So good is the dry humour that we forget that it's a horror film until the twist ending. I give it a 4.5/5.

    • 10/12/11

  • Great Stuff

    • Helene Edmonds
    • 10/12/11

    Saw where Rod Serling and other writers got some of their story ideas(Groundhog Day). I loved this movie. The end was totally unexpected. Some parts actually scared me.

  • Dead of Night (1945)

    • James Higgins
    • 1/26/10

    What a brilliant film! Each segment is very entertaining, and in such very different ways, but the final segment with Michael Redgrave is the best. Wonderful production, the cinematography is excellent, great score. Wonderful.

  • One of the best!

    • ghostly ghost
    • 10/31/09

    I love this movie! These are real ghost stories. One of the best movies and I never get tired of seeing it.

  • This movie is great!

    • darkmeadowbeast
    • 11/1/08

    One of the first, if not the first, horror anthologies and definitely one of the best. It still has the ability to chill you to this very day. A must see!

  • scary/errie/great performance by redgrave

    • george medina
    • 7/3/07

    dead of night is like a nitemare u wan"t to wake up from, but fear that if u do it may be your last dream.medina

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