An Evening with Vincent Price and Friends 2002 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Vincent Price was among filmdom’s greatest villains as well as one of the horror genre’s most beloved stars. This 3-DVD boxed set features three of his classic films, “The Last Man on Earth” (widescreen edition), “House on Haunted Hill,” and “The Bat.” It also features two films starring Price’s close friends Boris Karloff in “British Intelligence” and Basil Rathbone in “The Magic Sword.” 6 hours of digitally restored film-fun!
The Last Man on Earth (widescreen edition) 1964 Starring Vincent Price. In a post-epidemic nightmare world, scientist Robert Morgan is the only man immune to the plague, which has transformed the entire population of Earth into vampire-like creatures. (86 min.)
House on Haunted Hill 1958 Starring Vincent Price. Suave millionaire Frederick Loren offers five of his enemies $10,000 each if they agree to spend the night in his recently acquired “haunted” old mansion. (75 min.)
The Bat 1959 Starring Vincent Price. A killer, nicknamed “The Bat” is running loose in a small town. Suspects abound, but who is the killer? (80 min.)
British Intelligence 1940 Starring Boris Karloff. During WWI, pretty German master spy Helene Von Lorbeer is sent undercover to London to live with the family of a British cabinet minister. (61 min.)
The Magic Sword 1962 (color) Starring Basil Rathbone and Gary Lockwood. In this sword-and-sorcery fantasy, Sir George, a young knight, embarks upon a valiant quest to save a beautiful princess from the clutches of evil sorcerer Lodac. (80 min.)