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  • Actors: Ed Begley Jr., E.J. André, Ann Doran, Christina Hart, Orin Cannon
  • Directors: Dan Curtis, Lela Swift
  • Writers: Dan Curtis, Jack Finney, Richard Matheson, Sam Hall
  • Producers: Dan Curtis, Robert Singer
  • Format: Colour, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Mpi Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 27 Jan. 2009
  • Run Time: 130 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001HPOJ68
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 60,889 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mr. K. Arts on 26 Jan. 2010
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Dead of night collects together three stories of the supernatural and fantastique in this highly entertaining movie written by the legendary Richard Matheson and directed by Dan curtis both of whom collaborated together on the excellent Night stalker The Night Stalker/The Night Strangler [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC] and another excellent anthology film trilogy of terror Trilogy of Terror [1975] (Region 1) (NTSC) [DVD] [US Import].
The first story is not a horror rather more like a Twighlight zone style fantastic story where Ed begley restores a vintage car only to have it take him back in time to the 20's. The second story No such thing as a vampire stars Horst Buchholtz as a doctor summond to a house to examine a woman who believes she is being targeted by vampires, by her husband played by the awsome Patrick macnee, but is something more going on? Finally the last and best tale is Bobby, A grieving mother uses Black magic to revive her dead son, but to her horror he comes back not quite right and a terrifying game of cat and mouse begins.
While Britain is probably better known for it's anthology movies like the origional Ealing dead of night Dead Of Night [DVD] [1945] and the amicus series like Dr terror
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Windell on 6 May 2014
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Brilliant classic 1970's horror movies, reminds me of the days when we rented VHS films form the video shops. Bobby is my favourite one to watch.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Dan Curtis, master of horror 17 Mar. 2009
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Before "Dead of Night" Dan Curtis did a three story anthology show called "Trilogy of Terror." It starred Karen Black; the first two segments were so-so; the third was unforgettable. The story entitled "Amelia" featured the Zuni fetish doll called "He Who Kills"; it was one of the greatest moments of horror, on tv or elsewhere.

And so it is with "Dead of Night." The first two stories are average. The third is a knockout. I remember seeing it when it first came on; I never forgot the final piece entitled "Bobby." Joan Hackett and Lee Montgomery are excellent. I won't reveal the story; it's best not to know what happens. All I'll say is that the segment is terrifying and features an ending that packs a wallop. Really, it was one of the most shocking, frightening things I've ever seen. And after it ends the credits roll over a background of total darkness, with the eerie sound of crickets making it seem even more foreboding.

This deserves five stars for "Bobby" alone. Dan Curtis at his best was a master of horror.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Its all about Bobby 24 April 2009
By Anthony - Published on
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This film is all about Bobby, period. When I first saw this short story on TV, I was just a kid and I was haunted by it. While the rest of the movie is mediocre at best, Bobby is brilliant. I was very happy to find this classic restored on High Quality DVD9 with great menus and extras.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Three tales-one of imagination,one mystery & one horror..... 24 Mar. 2005
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"Dead Of Night" was originally produced as a follow-up to the classic "Trilogy Of Terror" on ABC's "Movie Of The WeeK".
It was written by Richard Matheson and directed by Dan Curtis(the same team who produced Trilogy), and while not as great as Trilogy Of Terror" is a very good antholgy in its own right.
"Second Chance" featured a young Ed Begley Jr. as a car restorer and is an interesting tale of the imagination.
"No Such Thing As Vampires" is a nice tale of mystery about a couple in an eastern country who are being stalked by a vampire(or so it seems).
The last story is (I think) the best. "Bobby" is about a mother whose grief over her lost son causes her to enlist some help she really shouldn't.
I'm sorry if I'm being vague, but I think that this is a really good movie, and if you can find it, see it,you'll be happy you did.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Not as good as Trilogy of Terror except for "Bobby" 31 Jan. 2009
By D. Steigman - Published on
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Dead of Night is a anthology TV movie (3 short horror stories) by Dan Curtis who gave us Trilogy of Terror. I thought it was pretty good with the last story Bobby being the most memorable. This same story came back in Trilogy of Terror part 2. Bobby is a boy brought back to life by his mother through some witchcraft but it really isnt Bobby. What this creature looks like at the finale will scare the crap out of you. What a face..
The 2nd story No Such Thing as a Vampire has a woman thinking she is getting bit by a vampire - her husband gets a man who specializes in vampires to stop the horror. If I say any more it would ruin the twists and turns of what is going on. I will say Elisha Cook Jr is in this - for those that remember him from many classic Noir and mysteries like The Maltese Falcon
The first story with Ed Begley Jr. - he buys a car from 1926 and suddenly finds himself in that very year. Again, I dont like to spoil anything for those wanting to see this, but I will say this was the weakest of the 3, at least to me.
Dark Sky presents this DVD in its original full frame and the transfer is a nice sharp image for the most part. There are still some grainy or hazy parts here and there, the night scenes in Bobby - I think there was just a little too much black, still a little dark in some places.but nothing really bad...
If you like Trilogy of Terror you will most likely enjoy this as well, Bobby is the winner here, and is almost as good as the Zuni misfit doll from Trilogy of Terror.
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Worth it for the last story alone! 1 Nov. 2002
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I'd caught the last 15 minutes of this movie on television a few years ago, and spent some time and effort tracking it down. Being 41 myself, I well remember the wonderful old "ABC Tuesday Movie of the Week" telefilms of the 70's (and Wednesday MOW's and so on). This, I guess I'd missed the first time around.
Anyway, as "horror anthology" this isn't a success at all. I understand this was the pilot for a possible series of strange and unusual tales, so it isn't all horror. In fact, the first story is an interesting romantic time-travel tale, by noted writer Jack Finney. In that story, a man who restores a classic, antique car, is taken by that car back in time to before the car was wrecked. ...
The second story, is about a man using his village's fear of vampire legends to dispatch his own enemies - not much interest or tension there.
The third story - aha! PAYDIRT!!!
This is the story worth waiting for, the story you want to see, the story like no story you've ever seen before, and that will keep you jumping throughout. I'll tell you nothing about it - you'll have to buy this video to see it yourself, and believe me - you'll be glad you did!
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