Tomb of Ligeia

The Tomb of Ligeia (1964) | 20 Fun Facts about Roger Corman’s final Poe adaptation

American International Pictures’ Corman-Poe film cycle remains the finest interpretation of Edgar Allan Poe’s literary heritage on the big screen, and it reached its opus with 1965’s The Tomb of Continue Reading

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Scream and Scream Again (1970)

19 Things You Must Know About Scream and Scream Again

‘Composite beings, half-synthetic, half-human transplant. They live, they kill, but they cannot die. Only boiling acid will dissolve them, halt their unearthly lust.’ So went the promotional taglines on the Continue Reading

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The Comedy of Terrors (1963) | A look back at Jacques Tourneur’s horror farce

‘You’re invited to a funeral’Welcome to the Hinchley & Trumbull funeral parlour, the only establishment of its kind that has found the secret of increasing business – by furnishing its Continue Reading

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Pit and the Pendulum (1961) | Roger Corman’s ghoulish Gothic horror swings again onto Blu-ray

‘…the agony of my soul found vent in one loud, long, and final scream of despair’   The Greatest Terror Tale Ever Told!16th-century Spanish nobleman Nicholas Medina (Vincent Price) is Continue Reading

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