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Tomb of Terror (2004)

Unrated | | Horror | Video April 2004
A horror anthology comprising of 3 episodes, all of them abridged versions of previously released Full Moon Pictures: "Dark Angel: The Ascent", "Lurking Fear" & "Talisman".

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Constantin Barbulescu ...
Theriel (The Black Angel) (segment "Talisman") (archive footage)
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Dr. Haggis (segment "Lurking Fear") (archive footage)
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Cathryn Farrell (segment "Lurking Fear") (archive footage)
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Dr. Max Barris (segment "Dark Angel") (archive footage)
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Elias (segment "Talisman") (archive footage)
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In this horror anthology edited from older Full Moon releases, three tales of terror are told. In "ASCENT FROM HELL" ('Dark Angel: The Ascent') an young demon female escapes Hell and comes to Earth where she becomes the punisher of sinners. "INFINITE EVIL" ('The Lurking Fear') a race of cannibalistic genetic creatures live below a cemetery and hunt humans for food. In EVIL NEVER DIES ('Talisman'), the Black Angel is summoned from his resting place to bring about the end of the world. Written by Wallace Entertainment

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The three stories were renamed for the DVD release: "Ascent From Hell", "Infinite Evil", and "Eternal Damnation." See more »

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Terrible attempt at a set of stories...
26 July 2004 | by See all my reviews

The problem is that I've seen all of these films in their entirety, not broken down into 30 minute abridged flicks that seem to jump around from one scene to the next without cohesion or a sense of involvement. The characters seem to be empty shells just walking around in front of a camera.

There is no development of story whatsoever, just a series of random lines that do not even seem to go together. It is practically impossible to figure out what is really happening in any of these "stories" since two thirds of each film was removed. If you like B horror films, I highly recommend picking up the full length features on DVD, you will not be disappointed that way.


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