Tales from the Crypt: Season 4, Episode 13

Werewolf Concerto (9 Sep. 1992)

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An Agatha Christie-style mystery sees the inhabitants of a remote hotel terrorized by rumors of a werewolf prowling the area. Not to fear, as a self-appointed werewolf hunter is amongst them. But might he have a dark secret of his own?



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Episode complete credited cast:
Mr. Hertz
Carl Rechek
Mercedes' Husband
Janice Baird
Crypt Keeper (voice)
Jason Rainwater ...
Peiter (as Jason Iorg)
Marci Simon ...
Chamber Maid
Andre Bustanoby ...
Werewolf (as Andre P. Bustanoby)


An Agatha Christie-style mystery sees the inhabitants of a remote hotel terrorized by rumors of a werewolf prowling the area. Not to fear, as a self-appointed werewolf hunter is amongst them. But might he have a dark secret of his own?

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Did You Know?


There are several subtle hints to James Bond in this episode (Timothy Dalton was still James Bond at the time this episode was made, though he later resigned the role in 1994). First, Dalton's character Lokai wears a Rolex Submariner, which was his Bond's watch of choice in "Licence to Kill". Dalton also takes a Walther PPK from Mr. Hertz (Bond's gun of choice) during the episode. Lokai is good at games, as is Bond, as evidenced by the fact he's relaxing on money he won off of Carl. And during the showdown, Hertz taunts Lokai by saying Carl liked to play games. Lokai replies "That's the difference between Carl and me...I never lose." This echos Connery's response to Largo in "Never Say Never Again." "Do you lose as gracefully as you win?" "I wouldn't know. I've never lost." See more »


Lokai: Mr. Antoine.
Antoine: Mr. Lokai... Sleep safely.
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Starts well, but makes a mess at the end
26 August 2011 | by (Madrid, Spain) – See all my reviews

I think Werewolf Concerto is probably one of the worst episodes of Tales from the Crypt. It starts out really promising, with some of the most appreciated TFTC elements: a dark setting (a little hotel out on the countryside), an appealing premise with a supernatural element (a werewolf has been spotted, and the hotel manager has hired a hunter to chase him down, but said hunter's identity is withheld; we're also told that there have been two murders) and a handful of picturesque, mysterious and comical characters thrown in to play villains, victims, and to throw in red herrings. Among them, the usual very familiar actors that TFTC always features: in this case, Timothy Dalton, and also Beverly D'Angelo.

I was particularly appealed at the Agatha-Christie-like setting and the promise of hidden culprits to unmask, plus the hunt for the werewolf and the mystery hunter. But it seems that the writers didn't know exactly where they wanted to take the story, or how to make the most of the many tools they had at hand. About halfway into the episode, there's a quite out-of-place turn that the plot takes, and it all ends up in what feels like a very rushed denouement. I was quite dissatisfied at this episode, especially because so much could be done. I think TFTC works best when the storyline is more simple and straightforward, which, far from detracting from the fun and the quality, enhances it.

My vote is 2/10.

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