Vincent Price

Getting right back into the world of cult cinema, I take a look at the late, great Vincent Price.

An all new biography is first, but I also have new reviews of the Corman Poe productions Tales of Terror (1962) and Tomb of Ligeia (1964) and the lesser known independent anthology horror Twice Told Tales (1963). There is Price’s solo television play An Evening of Edgar Allan Poe (1972) and the 3-D horror of House of Wax (1953) which saw Price in his first horror movie leading role.

One Response to “Vincent Price”

  1. Colin says:

    Good to see you back again Tim. I popped in here the other day and wondered what had happened.
    That’s a nice comprehensive piece on Vincent Price, very enjoyable. I’ve been wanting to get my hands on Twice Told Tales for a long time but I guess I’ll have to wait and see if it comes out in Region 2 in the future. The Mad Magician is another I’d like – I understand there’s a German DVD but the quality doesn’t sound very encouraging.