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  • House on Haunted Hill

    House on Haunted Hill


    You can't beat watching Vincent Price on Halloween. The thrills and chills of House on Haunted Hill are just icing on the cake.

    In this 1959 classic—the premise for which would lead Price to work on The Tingler with director William Castle—wealthy man Frederick Loren (Vincent Price) invites five guests to see if they can survive the night in his sprawling home. Winners take home $10,000 each. With Loren's estranged wife Annabelle (Carol Ohmart) as part of the cast of…

  • Viy



    The short version is: if you’re interested in horror cinema--or in the cinema of the fantastic in general--then you simply must see VIY.

    The first horror film made in the Soviet Union, VIY (1967) opens with three seminary students going home for summer break. They’re hoofing it, and as night falls, they seek shelter at a farm. The old crone who owns the place offers them a place for the night, but insists that they sleep separately. She approaches one…

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  • The Witch Who Came from the Sea

    The Witch Who Came from the Sea


    I'm starting to come around to The Witch Who Came from the Sea. When I first saw this film, I was dumbfounded. It may have been the grossly misleading (but fantastic) poster, or I may have just been in the wrong mood to uncover a seldom-referenced slow psychological thriller, but the strange script, the lead character's drug-like slurred, monotone delivery, and the meandering path it takes just turned me away.

    But then I watched it again. And already, I can…

  • The Fly

    The Fly


    Let me start be saying I have not seen the original 1958 version with Vincent Price. I know, I know, I know!! How can you have only seen a remake? Well I will rectify that one day, but I think thats what make the 1986 version so special and so unique, in that it can really hold its own as a movie. With a plethora of remakes and reboots and reimaginings (Whatever they are) not making the grade, The Fly…