House on Haunted Hill (1959) | There’ll be food and drink and ghosts, and perhaps even a few murders…

From the stylish opening sequence, in which Elisha Cook Jr appears as a disembodied talking head through to the big twist ending, William Castle's tongue-in-cheek 1959 chiller House on Haunted Hill keeps the shocks and surprises coming. Vincent Price gives a definitive performance as millionaire Frederick Loren who invites five people…

Notes on the Port of St Francis (1951) | Vincent Price’s first foray in film narration is an artistic gem

Notes on the Port of St Francis is a 1951 impressionistic and culturally significant portrait of San Francisco, directed by experimental filmmaker Frank Stauffacher, based on an essay by Robert Louis Stevenson, and narrated by Vincent Price. In celebration of the 240th anniversary of the founding of the city (that was named…