1973 The Vault of Horror

Amicus Films

The Vault of Horror – 1973

An Amicus Production
Produced at Shepperton Studios
93 Mins

Storyline

Five strangers board a descending lift, one by one, in a modern office block in London. They reach the sub-basement, though none of them have pressed for that destination. There they find a large, elaborately furnished room that appears to be a gentlemen’s club. The lift door has closed; there are no buttons to bring it back, nor any other exit. Resigned to waiting for help, they settle down with drinks and talk. The conversation turns to dreams, and each man tells of a recurring nightmare.

Hammer Connections – 20

Footnotes

Filmed August-September 1972. The only “Amicus” anthology in which¬†Peter Cushing does not appear, as he was still shooting Amicus’s “And Now the Screaming Starts!, which began July 17.

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Details were complied viewing the actual film. 
Source of viewing copy – The Hammer Graveyard Collection