P. O. E. Project of Evil This sequel focuses instead on the bloody, violent and disturbing. Stories include 'The Pit and the Pendulum 'Solo 'Loss of Breath 'The Murders in the Rue Morgue 'The TellTale Heart 'The System of Dr. Tar and Prof. Feather and 'The Premature Burial' Each director takes one of Poes stories and gives it a modernday twist, and for this reason, I really like the film as a whole. The shorts in POE: PROJECT OF EVIL are all In this twisted horror anthology, eight talented Italian directors present their takes on the disturbing tales of Edgar Allen Poe, each in a very personal and modern way.
Nov 21, 2012 Title: P. O. E. : Project of Evil (2012) 2. 9 10. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? Use the HTML below. 7 Tales of Terror From The Mind of Edgar Allan Poe.
Synopsis: In this twisted horror anthology, eight talented Italian directors present their takes on the disturbing While the original film's focus was the poetic and macabre dimension of the infamous Boston author, this sequel focuses instead on the bloody, violent and disturbing.
Overall, Poe: Project of Evil was an okay film to watch. There are seven stories included on the disc and each story is relatively short. There are seven stories included on The film, P. O. E.
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In this twisted horror anthology, eight talented Italian directors present their takes on the disturbing tales of Edgar Allan Poe, each in a very personal and modern way. POE: PROJECT OF EVIL takes aim at the works of the legendary author Edgar Allen Poe. And while I didnt find every piece of this anthology entertaining, the Following up the successful" P. O. E. : Poetry of Eerie"some of the original filmmakers regrouped for this newest experiment which aims to bring the tales of Edgar Allan Poe to life through the distinct lens of Italian horror with spoken English.
Adapting the work of Edgar Allan Poe for the screen is a tradition practically as old as cinema itself. Rarely are those adaptations ever set outside the 19th century era to which Poe belonged, which gives P. O. E. Project of Evil a somewhat unique advantage as a starting point.