"Dead to rites: A priest's sexual indiscretions come calling in the form of two vengeful daughters."

-- DVD description for the episode

About Face is the tenth episode of Tales from the Crypt and the ninetieth episode overall. The episode was released on June 28th, 1996.

Plot Edit

The setting is Victorian England, and a sleazy, two-faced priest named Jonathan is in for the shock of his life. He learns he has twin daughters from a previous affair he had with a young lady in his service years ago. Even worse when it's revealed after taking them in that Leah, unlike her beautiful sister Angelica, was born with horribly malformed features. Not to mention that she is very upset with her irresponsible father.

Opening Segment Edit

(singing) "My ghoul thinks I'm a vampire, so she eats garlic just in case. Man, she smells yeah, my ghoul thinks I'm a vampire. Laughs at me when we embrace. I said, 'babe, I'm no bloodsucker'. Wiped that smile right off her face. Yeah. Thank you. Thank you very much. Now, I'd like to play for you another little rhythm and booze decomposition of mine. It's about a man who's about to make a gored progression of his own in a nasty five fiver hack-cercise I call "About Face."

Closing Segment Edit

"Poor Jonathan invites his daughters to stay with him and ends up aghast in his own home. I guess he knows now, he'll never terror them apart. As for me, I think I'll do one more number then call it a night."

[strums bloodied guitar strings]

"Mm. Now that's a sick-string guitar."

Trivia Edit

  • This is the ninetieth episode of the series.


Rating Edit

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