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Benjamin Featherston 7 years ago
A clever premise, a cheesy execution, and a few genuine scares. Worth seeing!
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Ronan Conway almost 7 years ago
The Tingler is a 1959 horror-thriller film by American producer/director William Castle. It is the third of five collaborations with writer Robb White and stars Vincent Price, Darryl Hickman, Patricia Cutts, Pamela Lincoln, Philip Coolidge and Judith Evelyn. The film tells the story of a scientist who discovers a parasite in human beings, called a "Tingler", which feeds on fear. The creature earned its name by making the spine of its host "tingle" when the host is frightened. In line with several other Castle horror films, including the 1958 Macabre and 1959 House on Haunted Hill, Castle used gimmicks to sell the film. The most well-known for The Tingler was called "Percepto!", which featured vibrating devices in some of the theater chairs which activated in time with the onscreen action. The Tingler received mixed reviews and is generally considered a camp cult classic. A pathologist, Dr. Warren Chapin (Price), discovers that the tingling of the spine in states of extreme fear is due...
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