Read the story online.
Check out the wicked cool Poe Society of Baltimore page, with Poe's collected works, a timeline, a bunch of articles, and more.
The Poe Museum's website, which contains biographical information, "death theories," and more.
A 1horror classic (with Vincent Price) that takes some rather serious liberties with the plot of the story.
A remake of the Vincent Price film that stays just as far from the plot of the story as Price's movie.
Read Poe's essay "The Philosophy of Composition," in which he outlines his theory of "effect."
The original print of the story (with the original title), in the 1842 version of Graham's Magazine
Hear a creepy reading of the story by The Cabinet Productions.
Hear a song inspired by the story, performed by Crimson Glory, an '80s American metal band.