From Stories by Edgar Allan Poe
Directed by Roger Vadim
This is a bizarre tale of the beautiful, capriciously cruel, Baroness Metzengerstein, who taunts her subjects by day and conducts depraved orgies by night. When a large black stallion charges onto the castle grounds, the baroness becomes convinced that it embodies the spirit of her dead cousin with whom she was in love- unaware of the beast's true purpose.
Directed by Louis Malle
William Wilson, a sadistic young man is plagued by a look-alike who checkmates his every cruel and violent move. Malle skillfully balances visceral horror and delicate sensuality as Wilson prepares to dissect a live, naked young woman, and later, whips Brigitte Bardot after she loses to him in a card game. It's an eerie struggle for self identity as Wilson battles his double to the death. But which side will win?
Directed by Federico Fellini
"For me, the Devil is friendly and joyful," exclaims Toby Dammit. "He's a little girl." Dammit is a burnt out, drunken British actor in Italy to star in the first Catholic western, for which he is promised a new Maserati. But no matter how fast he drives it, he can't escape the cherubic child from hell with her ghostly, glowing, bouncing ball. With its bizarre, unearthly images, Toby Dammit is a frightening tale that the critics have never forgotten- and neither will you.