Getting even, oddly

Everitt, David
March 1996
Entertainment Weekly;3/29/96, Issue 320, p72
Lists and describes serial killer movies featuring mad, flamboyant killers. `The Raven,' starring Bela Lugosi, whose character utilizes torture devices from Edgar Allen Poe's stories; `And Then There Were None,' in which victims are slain to the tune of the nursery rhyme `Ten Little Indians'; `The Abominable Mr. Phibes,' starring Vincent Price as a disfigured maniac who uses the biblical plagues to avenge his wife's death; Other movies and their killers.


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