I love Vincent Price… who doesn’t? But there is no doubting that the great man’s cinematic output was patchy to say the least. I also feel that his cinematic output is ripe for a bit of live tweet review treatment.
So, here are four choices from Price’s filmography for you to choose one for me to tackle. I have included a poster and the snappy taglines from the DVD covers of the copies I have. Dunno anything about these films? Base your choice solely on the poster and tagline, the more votes the better. Of course if you do have thoughts on these films, share them in the comments below.
I will be looking to do the live tweet either next Friday night or Saturday. So be sure to follow me on twitter and keep an eye out.
The Pit and the Pendulum (1961) – “Betrayal cuts both ways”
The Tomb of Ligeia (1965) – “His first wife is dead… but still a little catty”
The Haunted Palace (1963) – “Accursed mutants… evil possession… will anyone escape The Haunted Palace?”
The Tower of London (1963) – “He turned a nation into a chamber of horrors”