Tales from the crypt the complete forth season
There's a bloody good time to be had by all as the ghoulish Cryptkeeper introduces 13 more stories of horror and havoc in season four of Tales From the Crypt. Treat Williams stars in the season opener "None but the Lonely Heart," playing a gigolo whose past history of murdering old women for their money literally comes back to haunt him. This episode, together with the subsequent "This'll Kill Ya" and "On a Deadman's Chest," was originally presented as part of a 90-minute special. The rest of the season follows the standard story-per-week format, beginning with "Séance," starring Ben Cross and Cathy Moriarty in a malevolent morality play about crooked lawyers and a restless, revenge-seeking spirit. A few weeks later, Christopher Reeve stars in "What's Cookin'," in which a greasy spoon greatly increases its clientele by adding a sinister special ingredient to their barbecue sauce. Other highlights include "Showdown" and "King of the Road," which together comprised the pilot episode of the proposed spin-off series Two Fisted Tales; "Strung Along," with Donald Oconnor as an aging puppeteer whose philandering wife is taught a painful lesson by one of her husband's woodenheaded creations; "Werewolf Concerto," featuring Timothy Dalton as a werewolf hunter who may well have met his match; and the season four finale "Curiosity Killed," another fountain of youth yarn with dire consequences for those who drink too deeply.
|Studio||Tales From The Crypt: The Complete Fourt|
|Number In Set||3|