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"Two Evil Eyes," or "Due occhi diabolici," is a double feature Italian-American horror film from 1990 that tells two separate stories that are both inspired by the tales and works of the Gothic writer Edgar Allen Poe. The first story, subtitled "The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar," is directed by George A. Romero, while the second story, subtitled "The Black Cat," is directed by Dario Argento. "Facts" is a tale of otherworldly creatures, hypnosis, conniving actions toward the dying, and possession. "The Black Cat" is a tale of ritual murder, paranoia, and a cat that seems to possess more lives than even folklore indicates; "The Black Cat" also marks the cinematic debut of actress Julie Benz. While the two stories told within "Two Evil Eyes" were written and directed by separate men, Dario Argento also holds a producer's credit for the joint produced film. It has a total running time of 120 minutes and is distributed by Taurus Entertainment Company.