Tags : Vincent Price

The Masque of the Red Death (1964) Review

A story of a plague gripping the country, poor people fighting for their lives and the rich living in luxury, insensitive and uncaring to the chaos outside their closed doors. Although this may sound like some modern day politically charged COVID drama it is in fact the stripped down plot of the sensational Edgar Allen […]Read More

Laura (1944) Review

Heralded by many as the greatest Film Noir ever made, Laura contains all the elements the genre is famous for including doomed romance, dark obsession, a no nonsense detective and a deceptive dame as well as plenty of twists and turns to keep even a modern audience entertained.Read More

Abertoir Horror Festival 2017: Part 4: Cats, Canaries, Crows and

Abertoir would not feel right without a Vincent Price film amongst the line-up! He is of course the festival’s official patron saint, as appointed by his daughter Victoria who attended the festival in 2011 and 2015, respectively. Team Abertoir selected a film that proved vital to 2017’s giallo theme, Roger Corman’s Tales of Terror.Read More

Tower of London (1962) Review

Historical horror from the master of low budget movies Roger Corman’s Tower of London is actually a curious amalgamation of 1939 film of the same name alongside plot elements from Shakespeare’s famous Richard III and Macbeth.Read More