Posts Tagged "Vincent Price"

Cinefantastique Online: House of Usher - A 50th Anniversary Review

My contribution to Cinefantastique Online's 50th anniversary reviews and retrospectives from films of 1960 is now available as I look at House of Usher (alternatively The Fall of the House of Usher). This film was a pleasure to revisit as one of my favorites growing up. Roger Corman excelled with a series of horror films […]

Edgar Allen Poe: Gone But Still Setting Records

When we think of bestselling authors in literature let's not forget a giant who made his mark in a number of genres, particularly horror. That author is none other than Edgar Allen Poe. Poe recently set a record at an auction for one of his works. The Baltimore Sun for Dec. 5 reports: Move over […]

Diary of a Madman: Neglected Price Classic, and Paranormal Connection

Over the last week two areas of interest came together to make for an interesting tale here at TheoFantastique. On Halloween, like many horror and Halloween fans, I spent a good portion of my day enjoying various horror films on television. I had several options to choose from, but one station did a better job […]

Monster Kid Nostalgia: Vincent Price and Shrunken Head Apple Sculpture

TheoFantastique is usually the place for in-depth exploration of issues related to the fantastic. But the flips side involves a fan's enjoyment as well. With this post I take a stroll down memory lane to fondly remember a toy that this monster kid had growing up in the 1970s. Those fascinated by the fantastic don't […]

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