Tales from the Crypt (1989–1996)
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Horror in the Night 

A double-crossing jewel thief is shot and hides out in a hotel where he starts to hallucinate about a mysterious beautiful woman.

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Nick Marvin
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Lou (as Edward Tudor Pole)
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A double-crossing jewel thief is shot and hides out in a hotel where he starts to hallucinate about a mysterious beautiful woman.

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24 May 1996 (USA)  »

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Do I Need One?: Something happened. A while ago, I made someone unhappy.
Nick Marvin: A guy?
Do I Need One?: How'd you guess?
Nick Marvin: There's always a guy in these stories.
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Composed by Danny Elfman
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Horror In The Night
23 August 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This episode is set in London; if you don't recognise the scene at the beginning, with the train, the exaggerated accents are a giveaway. Two crooks commit a robbery on the orders of Mr Big. It is literally an in and out job, but they end up shooting each other when one decides to double cross the mastermind. One of them gets away, apparently unscathed, but in fact he is wounded quite badly. Taking the stash of diamonds he holds up in an establishment that might just be England's answer to the Hotel California.

What follows is a horrifying series of hallucinations, so much so that you begin to wonder if he isn't already dead. He isn't, but there are the usual problems with dream sequences. There is no real resolution to this except the bad guy getting his just deserts.


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