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Based on the classic works of Edgar Allan Poe - a unique spin on three of Poe's popular stories (The Tell Tale Heart, Cask of Amontillado & Dreams). Directors Bart Mastronardi & Alan Rowe ... See full summary »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Caroline Williams ... Angel of Dreams
Debbie Rochon ... The Narrator / Night Nurse
Adrienne King ... Queen of Dreams / Private Nurse
Amy Steel ... Mother of Dreams / Poetic Narrator
Randy Jones ... Fortunato Montresor
Desiree Gould ... Nurse Malliard
Lesleh Donaldson ... Evelyn Dyck / Woman in black
Alan Rowe Kelly ... Miss Lamarr / Gogo Montresor
Brian Dorton ... Wedding Guest
Brewster McCall Brewster McCall ... Marco Lechresi / Demon of Dreams
Joe Zaso ... Gravedigger
Michael Varrati ... Doctor Tarr
Susan Adriensen ... Morella
Carl Burrows ... Sarah's Escort
Harry Dugan ... Patient 1
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Based on the classic works of Edgar Allan Poe - a unique spin on three of Poe's popular stories (The Tell Tale Heart, Cask of Amontillado & Dreams). Directors Bart Mastronardi & Alan Rowe Kelly weave together a compelling and suspenseful anthology that will captivate Poe enthusiasts and horror fans alike!

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Won Audience Choice/Best in Fest at the 2014 Scream In The Dark Horror Film Festival. See more »

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Tales of Poe should not be missed
1 December 2016 | by mookamoonSee all my reviews

A unique, creative and well-acted film, with wonderful spins on the original stories of Poe. Alan Rowe Kelly and Debbie Rochon are stand- outs in this creepy, dark, often haunting film that definitely leaves you wanting more from these filmmakers. The last chapter, "Dreams" was vivid, disturbing, yet beautiful at the same time. Kudos! I own other films from Alan Rowe Kelly and his characterizations never cease to amaze me. He is a true horror chameleon and, as an actor myself, quite an inspiration. In Tales of Poe I saw a more polished film, with subtle touches that brought it to a special level of horror, yet had a raw quality that also made you squirm. A must see.


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