In this week's installment of The Vault, we have gathered director Jeremy Kasten (The Wizard of Gore, The Profane Exhibit) and actor/director Ted Raimi (Evil Dead, Army of Darkness, Morbid Minutes) to discuss Two Evil Eyes.
1990's Two Evil Eyes marks the first collaboration between George Romero and Dario Argento since 1978's Dawn of the Dead. Two Evil Eyes is actually an anthology movie that never quite came together, and instead features two hour-long films based on the stories of Edgar Allan Poe. Romero wrote and directed "The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar," which stars Adrienne Barbeau, and Argento wrote and directed "The Black Cat" with Harvey Keitel.
Previous Vault commentaries:
- Zombie with video commentary by Brian Collins & Sean Keller
- Deep Red with video commentary by Greg McDougall & Josh Thompson
- Dead & Buried with video commentary by Dave Parker & Rebekah McKendry
- The Crazies with video commentary by Mike Mendez & Ryan Turek