Vincent Price, who had not made a film in more than five years, returned to the screen in this terribly disappointing horror anthology produced by old Amicus regular Subotsky (THE HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD ; TALES FROM THE CRYPT ; ASYLUM ). Price plays Erasmus, a vampire
who brings horror-story writer Carradine to a discotheque popular with monsters. The disco setting serves as the framing device that links three tales of the macabre related by Erasmus. In "The Shadmock Story," a man (Laurenson) who possesses a lethal whistle finds himself pursued by a woman
(Kellerman) who wants to steal it from him. "The Vampire Story" finds a young man (Saire) t...