I can't get enough Edgar Allen, and neither can a slew of film-makers. I won't say he's the most adapted writer (that prize goes to the committee that put the Bible together), but it's a strong showing.
And this is the stuff without Vincent Price. Tough order.
English is for pussies. You want something awful, get someone who was oppressed.
I can't help it; I love puppets.
A good enough version. It's no theater for the deaf, but it will do.
I'm always weirded out when someone tries to put a British spin on Poe. Dude was an American! USA! USA!
I think I played this game back in the 90s.
OK. I was a little iffy about posting this one, as it comes with a mature rating and you'll have to sign in to watch it. The illustrations by Harry Clarke convinced me otherwise.
Before I forget, this is also a Poe story (obvious by the end). Here's parts two, three, and four.