Pit and the Pendulum 1961 — A Sci-fi / Horror Movie Trailer
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Until now no one has dared to film this …… the most diabolical classic of all time!
The Greatest Terror Tale Ever Told!
Edgar Allan Poe’s diabolic classic
She was enslaved by evil in a terror haunted castle.
Betrayal cuts both ways!
In the sixteenth century, Francis Barnard travels to Spain to clarify the strange circumstances of his sister’s death after she had married the son of a cruel Spanish Inquisitor. —nufs68
Francis Barnard goes to Spain when he hears his sister Elizabeth has died. Her husband Nicholas Medina, the son of the brutes torturer of the Spanish Inquisition, tells him she has died of a blood disease, but Francis finds this hard to believe. After some investigation, he finds out that it was extreme fear that was fatal to his sister and that she may have been buried alive! Strange things then start to happen in the Medina castle. —Leon Wolters (wolters@strw.LeidenUniv.nl)
After the mysterious death of Elizabeth Barnard Medina, her brother Francis Barnard travels from London to Spain, and without previous notice, he arrives at the castle of her husband Nicholas Medina. He is received by Nicholas’ sister Catherine Medina that invites Francis to have dinner with her brother and her. Francis learns that their father Sebastian Medina was a cruel torturer of the Spanish Inquisition and Nicholas is a traumatized man that has witnessed the murder of his uncle Bartolome and his mother adulterer Isabella being tortured and killed by his father when he was a kid. During the dinner, the family’s friend Doctor Charles Leon unexpectedly arrives and Francis discovers that his sister died of a heart attack after visiting the torture chamber in the dungeons. Soon the place is haunted by strange events and Nicholas suspects his servants Maximillian and Maria but Francis is convinced that Nicholas is responsible for the death of his sister. —Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Francis Barnard visits the castle of Nicholas Medina, his late sister’s husband, to pay his respects and find out how she died. The castle was used to torture victims during the Spanish Inquisition and that feeling of terror remains within parts of the castle. Moreover, it appears that the spirit of his sister is haunting the castle. —grantss
Elizabeth Barnard Medina (Barbara Steele) has died in the prime of life, and her brother, Francis (John Kerr), wants to know why. Elizabeth’s husband, Nicholas (Vincent Price), and her doctor offer differing explanations, but when Francis learns that Nicholas’ mother may have been buried alive, he begins to wonder if his sister met the same fate. And when he comes to believe that Elizabeth’s spirit wanders about Nicholas’ castle, Francis investigates — and is stunned by what he finds.
In 1547 Spain, Englishman Francis Barnard (John Kerr) visits the castle of his brother-in-law Nicholas Medina (Vincent Price) to investigate the mysterious silence of his sister Elizabeth (Barbara Steele). Nicholas and his younger sister Catherine (Luana Anders) offer a vague explanation that Elizabeth died from a rare blood disorder six months earlier; Nicholas is evasive when Francis asks for specific details about the disease. Francis vows that he will not leave until he discovers the true circumstances surrounding his sister’s death.
During dinner with the family physician, Dr. Leon (Antony Carbone), Francis again asks about his sister’s death. Dr. Leon tells him that his sister died of massive heart failure, literally “dying of fright”. Francis demands to be shown where Elizabeth died. Nicholas takes him to the castle’s torture chamber. Nicholas reveals that Elizabeth, under the influence of the castle’s “heavy atmosphere”, became obsessed with the chamber’s torture devices. After becoming progressively unbalanced, one day she locked herself into an iron maiden, and died after whispering the name “Sebastian”. Francis refuses to believe Nicholas’s story.
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