An anthology of horror stories hosted by actor Boris Karloff.

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An anthology of horror stories hosted by actor Boris Karloff.

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(10 episodes)

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[first lines of each episode]
Boris Karloff: Good evening. Tonight I'm going to tell you another strange and unusual story of the unexplainable which lies behind The Veil.
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Forerunner of Thriller and Twilight Zone featuring Boris Karloff
31 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'll be brief, "The Veil" is fine fun, especially if you're a Karloff fan. Too bad it was never finished, but then if it had been we would have probably seen it all a million times by now. Nice to see old Boris on the small screen chewing the scenery in his indomitable style. It is all trying to find what Twilight Zone would do in a very polished style with much tighter writing and higher production values a few years later, with another great host. I miss Karloff and Serling, but am glad to have come across this nugget. Grab yourself a cup of tea, put your feet up and watch one or two. They are only twenty-five minutes each and not frightening merely intriguing. The stories remind me of an old story collection called "Strangely Enough" which my friends and I used to read to each other by flashlight after dark. And, after-all, they are hosted by "Karloff the Uncanny", listen to that classic voice and baby that's rich.


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