Dr. Terror's House of Horrors

Dr. Terror's House of Horrors is a 1965 British horror film from Amicus Productions, directed by veteran horror director Freddie Francis, written by Milton Subotsky, and starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee.

It was the first in a series of anthology films from Amicus and was followed by Torture Garden (1967), The House That Dripped Blood (1970), Asylum (1972), Tales from the Crypt (1972), The Vault of Horror (1973), From Beyond the Grave (1973), Tales That Witness Madness (1974), which was not made by Amicus, but World Film Services, The Uncanny (1977) which also was not made by Amicus and The Monster Club (1980), .

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