Vincent Price films made in England include Witchfinder General, Cry of the Banshee, Theatre of Blood and Madhouse.
Tag: Vincent Price Films
Madhouse 1974, starring Vincent Price and Peter Cushing, is a 1970s horror gem for acquired tastes, says TERRY SHERWOOD
House of the Long Shadows 1983 is full of classic horror greats, but is it any good? TERRY SHERWOOD takes a look!
The Comedy of Terrors 1963 brings together horror’s finest, but wastes the opportunity, says TERRY SHERWOOD
L.H. Davies reviews Witchfinder General 1968
PETER FULLER reviews the 1970 British horror, Cry of the Banshee
PETER FULLER reviews the classic 1940 The Invisible Man Returns with Vincent Price in his first starring role
Kenny Everett's foray in horror with Bloodbath at the House of Death wasn't in the best possible taste, says ANN MASSEY
Dr Phibes Rises Again 1972 is one of the best horrors of the 1970s, says ANDREW GARVEY
The Abominable Dr Phibes 1971, starring Vincent Price, is worth the highest of praise, says ANDREW GARVEY
ANDREW GARVEY reviews the Roger Corman-directed British horror classic, The Masque of the Red Death 1964
Tomb of Ligeia 1964 - directed by Roger Corman in England - reviewed by ADAM SCOVELL
JULIE MORRISROE reviews the last Amicus Horror Film, The Monster Club 1981
SIR BLIMELY WINDY reviews the Vincent Price Shakespeare horrorfest Theatre of Blood 1973
CHARLIE ALBERTSON reviews Scream and Scream Again (1970)