"Actor: Vincent Price"

  • The Keys of the Kingdom [Blu-ray]The Keys of the Kingdom | Blu Ray | (20/05/2013) from £13.07   |  Saving you £1.92 (12.80%)   |  RRP £14.99

    After losing his parents and his childhood sweetheart to tragedy, Francis Chisholm (Gregory Peck) joins the priesthood and devotes himself to a life of service and compassion. But Chisholm's unorthodox beliefs raise eyebrows among his superiors, especially Bishop Angus Mealy (Vincent Price). And when he is sent to the farthest reaches of China to rebuild an abandoned mission, Chisholm faces his greatest challenge of all: to tame a hostile land, win over a superstitious people and save his parish from an invading army. Nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Actor (Peck), The Keys of the Kingdom is a 'towering film stamped with greatness' (The Independent). Special Features: 'Gregory Peck: His Own Man' Documentary Stills Gallery Theatrical Trailer

  • Madhouse [DVD]Madhouse | DVD | (27/05/2013) from £6.55   |  Saving you £3.44 (52.52%)   |  RRP £9.99

    Vincent Price and Peter Cushing star in this 1970s horror about an actor with a mysterious past. After being accused and aquitted of his fiancée's murder, successful horror film star Paul Toombes (Price) is put in an institution. Years later he returns to his former role of Dr. Death in a new television series, working with his writer friend Herbert Flay (Cushing). Paul realises his past has come back to haunt him, however, when the murders carried out by Dr. Death are replicated in real life on the cast and crew...

  • The Fly Collection [DVD]The Fly Collection | DVD | (28/09/2009) from £15.99   |  Saving you £-3.30 (N/A%)   |  RRP £10.69

    Titles Comprise: The Fly (1958): A brilliant scientist becomes obsessed with perfecting a device that can transmit matter from one location to another. Successful in his initial tests he experiments with a human guinea pig - himself. But an ordinary housefly makes the journey with him and when they emerge both creatures have been extraordinarily changed. This is the chilling story of a man fighting to retain his humanity and a desperate woman's attempt to save the man she loves. Return of the Fly: The boundaries of science are pushed to their every limits in this sequel to the classic ever-popular The Fly. Here Philippe the son of the ill-fated scientist naively continues his father's misguided experiments. The victim of his traitorous assistant's greedy ambitions Philippe finds himself in a terrifying limbo - he's grown the head and limbs of a fly! Taking spectacular revenge on his betrayers Philippe must also race against time and find a way to reverse the horrifying mutation. Curse of the Fly: The conclusion to the terrifying story of the Delambre family in which three descendants of the original teleportation scientist (the son and two grandsons) continue the experiments in an effort to perfect the machine... The Fly: A remake of the 1958 horror classic about a brilliant scientist who develops a machine that molecularly transports objects in seconds but inadvertently turns him into a fly incredibly agile super strong and driven to insanity by appetites he cannot control. The Fly II: Martin Brundle son of 'The Fly' continues his father's work on the teleporters for Bartok Industries. He is ignorant of his father's true identity and believes himself to have a growth disease. When Martin falls in love with Beth his life changes. As he loses his innocence he also learns the full horror...

  • Pit and the Pendulum [Blu-ray]Pit and the Pendulum | Blu Ray | (19/05/2014) from £15.75   |  Saving you £9.24 (58.67%)   |  RRP £24.99

    The greatest terror tale ever told! A horse-drawn carriage pulls up on a deserted beach. A sombre figure dismounts and gazes up towards his destination - a foreboding cliff-top castle perched high above the crashing waves. Thus the perfect Gothic scene is set for Pit and the Pendulum the second of Roger Corman's celebrated Poe adaptations once again starring the ever-reliable Vincent Price (The Fall of the House of Usher Theatre of Blood) alongside the bewitching Barbara Steele (Black Sunday). Having learned of the sudden death of his sister Elizabeth (Steele) Francis Barnard (John Kerr) sets out to the castle of his brother-in-law Nicholas Medina to uncover the cause of her untimely demise. A distraught grief-stricken Nicholas (Price) can offer only the vaguest explanations as to Elizabeth's death - at first citing 'something in her blood' but later asserting that she quite literally 'died of fright'. What sort of unspeakable horrors are buried within the walls of this castle that could cause one's heart to stop so? With Francis determined to get to the bottom of this mystery the terrible truth will not stay buried for long. Right from its brooding kaleidoscopic opening titles Pit and Pendulum draws you into its world of cobwebs secret passageways and dusty suits of armour. All the necessary elements are present and correct and along with one of Vincent Price's most tortured performances make Pit and the Pendulum every inch the Gothic melodrama. Special Features: Limited Edition Packaging High Definition Digital Transfer Newly Created Exclusive Content Collector's Booklet Featuring New Writing on the Film Archive Content and more!

  • House On Haunted HillHouse On Haunted Hill | DVD | (25/04/2005) from £8.91   |  Saving you £-6.92 (-347.70%)   |  RRP £1.99

    The 13 greatest shocks of all time! Vincent Price has one of his juiciest roles in this haunted-house thriller as millionaire playboy Frederick Loren who invites five guests out to a genuine haunted house offering them each 000 if they spend the night. Elisha Cook Jr. plays one of the guests a nervous alcoholic who has been in this house before and witnessed some terrible things. Mr. Loren's beautiful but treacherous wife (Carol Ohmart) is also present - and might be out to kill Frederick during the course of the evening; then again he might be out to kill her.

  • Columbo - Season 3Columbo - Season 3 | DVD | (14/11/2005) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £27.99

    Oh, just one more thing, mystery mavens--get ready to be mystified and entertained by the award-winning third season of Columbo, starring Peter Falk as the rumpled but unbeatable Lieutenant. Having taken home Emmys for outstanding limited drama and lead actor in its '71-'72 debut season, Columbo was again named best drama for its third season ('73-'74). The reason for the repeat success? The formula remained the same: intelligent, engaging scripts and direction, guest performances by top actors, and, of course, Falk at center stage as Columbo, the most unlikely of supersleuths, but unquestionably one of the sharpest (the role would later earn Falk three more Emmys between 1975 and 1990). The 10 episodes compiled in this two-disc set again feature top talent from film and television: directors include veterans Jeannot Swarc and Boris Sagal, as well as actors Nicholas Colasanto (better known as Coach from Cheers) and Ben Gazzara (Falk's frequent co-star in the films of John Cassavetes), while the season's scripts feature contributions from Stephen J. Cannell, Steven Bochco, and Larry Cohen. And in regard to co-stars, Falk matched wits with the likes of Donald Pleasance, Martin Sheen, Vincent Price, Robert Culp (in one of four turns on the series), Jose Ferrer, Ida Lupino, and in two novel but effective casting choices, Johnny Cash and hard-boiled mystery scribe Mickey Spillane. And there's even a bonus feature in the form of an episode of the spinoff series Mrs. Columbo, starring Kate Mulgrew as the Lieutenant's oft-mentioned better half. In short, it's 11 hours of solid sleuthing for armchair detectives. --Paul Gaita, Amazon.com

  • Leave Her to Heaven [DVD] [1945]Leave Her to Heaven | DVD | (24/09/2012) from £4.99   |  Saving you £7.00 (234.11%)   |  RRP £9.99

    Leave Her to Heaven is one of the most unblinkingly perverse movies ever offered up as a prestige picture by a major studio in the golden age of Hollywood. Gene Tierney, whose lambent eyes, porcelain features, and sweep of healthy-American-girl hair customarily made her a 20th Century Fox icon of purity, scored an Oscar nomination playing a demonically obsessive daughter of privilege with her own monstrous notion of love. By the time she crosses eyebeams with popular novelist Cornel Wilde on a New Mexico-bound train, her jealous manipulations have driven her parents apart and her father to his grave. Well, no, not grave: Wilde soon gets to watch her gallop a glorious palomino across a red-rock horizon as she metronomically sows Dad's ashes to the winds. Mere screen moments later, she's jettisoned rising-politico fiancé Vincent Price and accepted a marriage proposal the besotted/bewildered Wilde hasn't quite made. Can the wrecking of his and several other lives be far behind? Not to mention a murder or two. Fox gave Ben Ames Williams's bestselling novel (probably just the sort of book Wilde's character writes) the Class-A treatment. Alfred Newman's tympani-heavy music score signals both grandeur and pervasive psychosis, while spectacular, dust-jacket-worthy locations and Oscar-destined Technicolor cinematography by Leon Shamroy ensure our fixed gaze. Impeccably directed by the veteran John M. Stahl (who'd made the original Back Street, Imitation of Life, and Magnificent Obsession a decade earlier), the result is at once cuckoo and hieratic, and weirdly mesmerizing. Bet Luis Buñuel loved it. --Richard T. Jameson

  • The Song Of Bernadette (Eureka Classics) Blu-ray editionThe Song Of Bernadette (Eureka Classics) Blu-ray edition | Blu Ray | (15/04/2019) from £10.75   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Eureka Entertainment to present THE SONG OF BERNADETTE, an intimate and spiritual biopic of one girl's ultimate test of faith starring Jennifer Jones, for the first time ever on Blu-ray in the UK as part of the Eureka Classics range from 8 April 2019, presented with a Limited Edition slipcase and collector's booklet [2000 copies only] One of the rare Hollywood studio films to address spiritual belief and religious conviction in a serious and complex fashion, the beloved classic The Song of Bernadette made a star of its leading lady Jennifer Jones, who won the Academy Award for Best Actress, in addition to taking home a Golden Globe during those awards' very first ceremony (the film also won Globes for Best Dramatic Film and Best Director). A moving portrait of faith, the film is one of the crowning achievements of director Henry King (Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing). Based on the best-selling historical novel by Franz Werfel, the film chronicles the life of 14-year-old Bernadette Soubirous, who began seeing visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Lourdes, France in 1858. When news of Bernadette's vision first spreads through the town, there are those who decry her as mentally unsound, while others wholeheartedly believe particularly when the spring that erupts near the grotto that housed the visitations contains water that seems to have miraculous healing properties. Buoyed by outstanding supporting performances by Vincent Price, Lee J. Cobb, Charles Bickford, and Gladys Cooper, The Song of Bernadette with sumptuous cinematography by Arthur C. Miller (How Green Was My Valley) is a profoundly affecting drama, no matter what one's own personal beliefs. Eureka Classics is proud to present this landmark title in UK debut on Blu-ray. Features: Limited Edition slipcase [2000 copies only] 1080p presentation on Blu-ray LPCM audio (original mono presentation) Watch film with Overture [6.52] Optional English SDH subtitles Audio Commentary by Edward Z. Epstein (author of Portrait of Jennifer: A Biography of Jennifer Jones), John Burlingame (biographer of Alfred Newman), and biographer-historian Donald Spoto Original Theatrical Trailer Limited Edition collector's booklet featuring new writing by film journalist and writer Amy Simmons, alongside rare archival imagery [2000 copies only]

  • Witchfinder General Digitally Remastered Special Edition [DVD]Witchfinder General Digitally Remastered Special Edition | DVD | (14/11/2011) from £9.98   |  Saving you £8.00 (114.45%)   |  RRP £14.99

    England is in civil war as the Royalists battle Oliver Cromwell's Roundheads for control. This conflict distracts people from rational thought and allows unscrupulous men to gain power by exploiting village superstitions. One of these men is Matthew Hopkins (Vincent Price), who tours the land offering his services as a persecutor of witches. Aided by his sadistic accomplice John Stearne (Robert Russell), he travels from town to town and wrenches confessions from witches in order to line his pockets.

  • Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Seasons 1-7: The Complete Collection (35 disc box set) [DVD]Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Seasons 1-7: The Complete Collection (35 disc box set) | DVD | (02/11/2015) from £57.93   |  Saving you £92.06 (158.92%)   |  RRP £149.99

    Join the legendary Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, in all 268 original episodes from all 7 seasons of the complete series of Alfred Hitchcock Presents, the Emmy® Award-winning murder-mystery series that, in the words of Hitchcock himself, brought murder back into the home-where it belongs. In over 111 hours of the most captivating, intriguing suspenseful television ever aired.

  • Master Of The World [DVD]Master Of The World | DVD | (18/08/2014) from £7.05   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    In 1848 the fanatical inventor Captain Robur (Vincent Price) flies around the world to destroy all instruments of war thereby bringing peace to the world. He starts bombing London and only John Strock (Charles Bronson) and his family who became Robur's captives might be able to stop him.

  • The Monster Club [Blu-ray]The Monster Club | Blu Ray | (18/08/2014) from £7.79   |  Saving you £7.20 (92.43%)   |  RRP £14.99

    Three Chilling Tales of Terror...Pausing to admire a window display of his own books the distinguished horror writer Ronald Chetwynd-Hayes is attacked by a desperate vampire Eramus faint from lack of sustenance. Assuring the startled victim that his neck bite was not deep enough to bring him into the fold the grateful vampire takes him to the Monster Club where all his friends foregather. The rich selection of vampires werewolves snakemen wasp-women ghouls and other weird creatures enjoying themselves to the happy beat of pop music offers plenty of new material for the author. In addition Eramus explains to Ronald the hierarchy and basic rules of Monsterdom and illustrates his theme with three unusual tales...Released on DVD for the first time THE MONSTER CLUB is a blackly-comic horror movie starring all-time greats Vincent Price John Carradine and Donald Pleasance. This film won director Roy Ward Baker the Audience Award at the 1981 Fantafestival in Rome.

  • Theatre Of Blood [1973]Theatre Of Blood | DVD | (21/10/2002) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £12.99

    A brilliant, bizarre 1973 comedy-horror, Theatre of Blood pitches somewhere between a Hammer horror and the Ealing comedy Kind Hearts and Coronets. Vincent Price stars as the hammy, self-important and thoroughly psychotic Edward Lionheart, a veteran thespian who refuses to play anything other than Shakespeare. Piqued by a circle of critics, whom he feels were disrespectful in their notices and denied him his rightful Best Actor of the Year Award, he decides to murder them one by one in parodies of some of Shakespeare's grislier scenes. He's aided by his daughter Edwina (played by Diana Rigg, often in fake moustache and male drag) and a ghoulish company of dosshouse zombies. Some of the murders are quite extraordinarily gruesome, despite their camp, comedic overtones. Arthur Lowe's henpecked critic has his head sawn off while asleep (in a parody of Cymbeline) and Robert Morley's plumply effete dandy is force-fed a pie made from his beloved poodles, choking him to death (cf Titus Andronicus). Jack Hawkins and Michael Horden also meet unpleasant ends. Theatre of Blood is a genuine and underrated oddity in the annals of British cinema and especially uncomfortable for those who happen to be in the reviewing trade. On the DVD: Theatre of Blood on disc is not a triumph of digital enhancement, with sound blemishes unamended and hazy, faded visuals in places. The only extra is the original trailer. --David Stubbs

  • Laura [DVD] [1944]Laura | DVD | (02/07/2012) from £6.45   |  Saving you £3.54 (54.88%)   |  RRP £9.99

    A police detective falls in love with the woman whose murder he's investigating.

  • Leave Her To Heaven [1946]Leave Her To Heaven | DVD | (18/04/2005) from £11.30   |  Saving you £1.69 (13.00%)   |  RRP £12.99

    Leave Her to Heaven is one of the most unblinkingly perverse movies ever offered up as a prestige picture by a major studio in the golden age of Hollywood. Gene Tierney, whose lambent eyes, porcelain features, and sweep of healthy-American-girl hair customarily made her a 20th Century Fox icon of purity, scored an Oscar nomination playing a demonically obsessive daughter of privilege with her own monstrous notion of love. By the time she crosses eyebeams with popular novelist Cornel Wilde on a New Mexico-bound train, her jealous manipulations have driven her parents apart and her father to his grave. Well, no, not grave: Wilde soon gets to watch her gallop a glorious palomino across a red-rock horizon as she metronomically sows Dad's ashes to the winds. Mere screen moments later, she's jettisoned rising-politico fiancé Vincent Price and accepted a marriage proposal the besotted/bewildered Wilde hasn't quite made. Can the wrecking of his and several other lives be far behind? Not to mention a murder or two. Fox gave Ben Ames Williams's bestselling novel (probably just the sort of book Wilde's character writes) the Class-A treatment. Alfred Newman's tympani-heavy music score signals both grandeur and pervasive psychosis, while spectacular, dust-jacket-worthy locations and Oscar-destined Technicolor cinematography by Leon Shamroy ensure our fixed gaze. Impeccably directed by the veteran John M. Stahl (who'd made the original Back Street, Imitation of Life, and Magnificent Obsession a decade earlier), the result is at once cuckoo and hieratic, and weirdly mesmerizing. Bet Luis Buñuel loved it. --Richard T. Jameson

  • The Raven [Blu-ray]The Raven | Blu Ray | (09/03/2015) from £10.98   |  Saving you £12.00 (150.19%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Once Upon a Midnight Dreary... Although The Raven is one of Edgar Allan Poe's most famous poems the lack of a narrative hook initially stumped screenwriting legend Richard Matheson (I Am Legend The Incredible Shrinking Man Duel) until he realised that the idea of adapting the poem was so ridiculous that he might as well make it a comedy. And what a comedy! Vincent Price Peter Lorre and Boris Karloff play rival magicians whose paths cross when Dr Craven (Price) hears Dr Bedlo tap-tap-tapping on his windowpane. For Bedlo has been turned into a raven by Dr Scarabus (Karloff) and when transformed back into his old self he naturally vows revenge. But the scripted rivalry is as nothing compared to three great horror masters relentlessly upstaging each other - even a young Jack Nicholson as Bedlo's son barely gets a look-in. If there's not much authentic Poe in these sorcery shenanigans the sets and cinematography more than compensate: director Roger Corman was by then a master of conjuring Gothic atmosphere on a very modest budget. Special Features: High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation of the feature transferred from original film elements by MGM Original uncompressed Mono PCM Audio Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing Peter Lorre: The Double Face Harun Farocki's 1984 documentary subtitled in English for the first time Richard Matheson: Storyteller an interview with the legendary novelist and screenwriter Corman's Comedy of Poe an interview with Roger Corman about making The Raven The Trick a short film about rival magicians by Rob Green (The Bunker) Promotional Record Stills and Poster Gallery Original Theatrical Trailer Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Vladimir Zimakov Collector's booklet featuring new writing by Vic Pratt and Rob Green illustrated with original stills and artwork

  • House Of Wax [1953]House Of Wax | DVD | (23/05/2005) from £14.14   |  Saving you £5.11 (39.67%)   |  RRP £17.99

    Andr de Toth's remake of 'Mystery Of The Wax Museum' is one of the first and best 3-D (stereoscopic) feature films an alternative technology (like Cinemascope Cinerama) used by 1950s directors attempting to compete with the new threat of television. Professor Jarrod (Vincent Price) is a devoted wax figure sculptor for his museum in 1910s NYC. When his financial partner Sidney Wallace (Paul Cavanagh) demands more sensational exhibits to increase profits Jarrod refuses. The venge

  • The Pit And The Pendulum [1961]The Pit And The Pendulum | DVD | (04/10/2004) from £9.43   |  Saving you £6.56 (69.57%)   |  RRP £15.99

    Haunted by horrifying childhood memories the son (Vincent Price) of the Spanish Inquisition's most notorious assassin teeters on the brink of insanity. But when his adulterous wife fakes her own death to drive him over the edge she soon discovers that betrayal cuts both ways.

  • Columbo - Season 4Columbo - Season 4 | DVD | (18/09/2006) from £11.44   |  Saving you £19.81 (194.60%)   |  RRP £29.99

    ""Oh just one more thing..."" Peter Falk dusts down his trenchcoat for another season of Columbo. Again there's a veritable smorgasbord of stars and big-names behind each episode... Featuring all the cigar-chewin' episodes from Columbo Season 4 including the Emmy-award winning episodes By Dawn's Early Light and Playback! Episodes Comprise: 1. An Exercise In Fatality 2. Negative Reaction 3. By Dawn's Early Light 4. Troubled Waters 5. Playback 6. A Deadly State Of Mind

  • The Ten Commandments [1957]The Ten Commandments | DVD | (27/11/2006) from £19.16   |  Saving you £0.83 (4.20%)   |  RRP £19.99

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