All four work rather well, although my favorites are the first two. Frozen Fear has a dysfunctional couple who are slowly sucking the life out of each other. I won't spoil the fun but where this story goes is on a crazy journey with nice special effects that made me giggle with glee.
The Weird Taylor is actually a remake of The Weird Taylor episode from Boris Karloff's Thriller TV Series. This time out we have the one and only Peter Cushing [Horror of Dracula, Star Wars] as Mr Smith who contracts a local tailor to make a suit for his son. He gives the tailor a bolt of unusual cloth along with some strange instructions for how to make the suit. This reboot is just as satisfying as the original Thriller episode.
Director Roy Ward Baker [Dr Jekyl & Sister Hyde, The Avengers] takes his time with each story so that the production does not feel rushed. He gives lots of attention to detail and has a marvelous cast of British actors to work with which also includes Britt Ekland [The Wicker Man, The Man With the Golden Gun] and Herbert Lom [1962's Phantom of the Opera, 1971's Murders in the Rue Morgue].
If you're a fan of Hammer Horror, then you definitely need to give this one a try. There's no gore here, but there are lots of well told and interesting stories to be found.
RATING: Very Good.
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