It’s as much fun to scare as to be scared.” There may not be anyone more synonymous with classic horror than the delightfully devilish Vincent Price. Don’t be the last man on earth to get this Vincent Price ReAction Figure!
You can watch The Bat or buy the film restoration on Blu-ray from The Film Detective. This is a grossly underrated movie by Vincent Price and Agnes Moorehead.
Roger Corman exhumed the dead careers of most of these actors with Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven, The Comedy of Terrors, and Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Terror.
Umbrella Entertainment has a triple feature of invisibility movies. They are collecting together The Invisible Man Returns (1940), The Invisible Woman (1940), and Invisible Agent (1942). I have it in good authority that if you do not get a copy that they will disappear quite fast.
Lately, I’ve been in an Edgar Allan Poe mood. The Raven is perhaps the best-known piece from the gothic author. Roger Corman’s cinematic adaption with scare meisters Vincent Price, Boris Karloff, and Peter Lorre brings out the best of the seasoned actors. This an excellent Blu-ray edition for any collection from KL Studio Classics. The best time to view The Raven is around Halloween.
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