"Actor: Vincent Price"

  • The Abominable Dr Phibes [Blu-ray]The Abominable Dr Phibes | Blu Ray | (10/11/2014) from £13.99   |  Saving you £6.00 (42.89%)   |  RRP £19.99

    The Abominable Dr Phibes is an unusually beautiful horror classic in which Vincent Price stars as the titular genius who specialises in organ music, theology and concocting bizarre deaths for anyone who wrongs him. Discovering why is half the fun, so for now let's just say that Phibes is a little mad and very, very angry. Aided by his assistant, the lovely, silent Vulnavia, Phibes begins cutting a gory swathe through London's medical community, with the dogged Inspector Trout hot on his tail. The film contains many pleasures--exquisite art direction and a dark sense of humour among them--but the real treat is in watching an old pro such as Price at work. Whether he's playing his organ, staring down a victim or drinking through his neck, Price is at the top of his game. He mixes dark menace with wry comic touches, revealing both Phibes' maniacal obsession and offhanded confidence in his own genius. Settle in for an evening of elegant gore--and if an attractive, mute deliverywoman comes to the door, whatever you do, don't answer! --Ali Davis

  • Night Gallery - Season 3 [DVD]Night Gallery - Season 3 | DVD | (11/01/2016) from £25.63   |  Saving you £-0.64 (N/A%)   |  RRP £24.99

    Welcome, Ladies and Gentleman, to the Night Gallery Join the master of mystery Rod Serling (The Twilight Zone) as he invites you into the transfixing world of fantasy, horror and science fiction of the Night Gallery. In this complete Third and Final season, Serling once again presents stories that still leave an undeniable chill, filled with restless spirits, murderous spouses and unidentified terrors that go bump in the night. Featuring a sensational roster of entertainment legends including Vincent Price, Mickey Rooney, Sally Field, Sandra Dee, Bill Bixby and Leonard Nimoy, you'll want to be there as the final portrait of suspense is hung in the Night Gallery... Forever. Bonus Features: Audio commentary from Night Gallery Historians Scott Skelton and Jim Benson on ˜The Return Of The Sorcerer'.

  • Scream And Scream Again [DVD]Scream And Scream Again | DVD | (03/06/2013) from £6.49   |  Saving you £3.50 (53.93%)   |  RRP £9.99

    A mad scientist kidnaps people and uses their organs and limbs to create super-human creatures. When one of his emotionless monsters develops a lust for killing, the police are soon hot on its trail.

  • The Comedy Of Terrors [1963]The Comedy Of Terrors | DVD | (12/01/2009) from £14.83   |  Saving you £1.16 (7.82%)   |  RRP £15.99

    When a landlord is forced to pay a year's back rent ASAP he has to maintain a high turnover of tenants. To do this he has to be creative in 'disposing' of clients...

  • The Monster ClubThe Monster Club | DVD | (22/05/2006) from £6.39   |  Saving you £3.60 (56.34%)   |  RRP £9.99

    The Monster Club is a trio of terror tales featuring late great actors John Carradine Donald Pleasence and the master of macabre himself Vincent Price. A writer of horror stories (Carradine) is invited by a mysterious old gentleman (Price) to join in a sinister storytelling session at a rock nightclub. Once there Price spins three tales of horror and suspense featuring vampires monsters ghosts and ghouls all interspersed with humor and musical interludes.

  • The Fly [Blu-ray] [1958]The Fly | Blu Ray | (16/09/2013) from £12.13   |  Saving you £0.86 (6.60%)   |  RRP £12.99

    When a scientist (David [Al] Hedison) attempts to transfer matter through space things go horrifically wrong and two grotesque man-fly hybrids are created. Now with the head of a fly and a wing in place of one of his arms the scientist desperately hopes that he his wife (Patricia Owens) and his brother (Vincent Price) can capture the other mutant and reverse the experiment.

  • The Abominable Dr. Phibes [1971]The Abominable Dr. Phibes | DVD | (20/10/2003) from £20.98   |  Saving you £-5.00 (N/A%)   |  RRP £12.99

    The Abominable Dr Phibes is an unusually beautiful horror classic in which Vincent Price stars as the titular genius who specialises in organ music, theology and concocting bizarre deaths for anyone who wrongs him. Discovering why is half the fun, so for now let's just say that Phibes is a little mad and very, very angry. Aided by his assistant, the lovely, silent Vulnavia, Phibes begins cutting a gory swathe through London's medical community, with the dogged Inspector Trout hot on his tail. The film contains many pleasures--exquisite art direction and a dark sense of humour among them--but the real treat is in watching an old pro such as Price at work. Whether he's playing his organ, staring down a victim or drinking through his neck, Price is at the top of his game. He mixes dark menace with wry comic touches, revealing both Phibes' maniacal obsession and offhanded confidence in his own genius. Settle in for an evening of elegant gore--and if an attractive, mute deliverywoman comes to the door, whatever you do, don't answer! --Ali Davis

  • Witchfinder General [Blu-Ray]Witchfinder General | Blu Ray | (13/06/2011) from £13.98   |  Saving you £11.00 (100.09%)   |  RRP £21.99

    Witchfinder General is one of those cult British films that, like The Wicker Man, seemed to herald a renaissance in the fortunes of the British film industry in the late 1960s and early 70s. With only his third film, director Michael Reeves displayed an assured grasp of technique and a confident ability to mix and match genres that marked him out as a homegrown wunderkind to rival the Spielbergs and Coppolas who were just graduating from film school across the Atlantic. Sadly, this promise remained unfulfilled as Reeves died suddenly, soon after completing the film, from a lethal cocktail of prescription drugs; Witchfinder General remains his only significant work Veteran Vincent Price is wonderfully cast as the titular witchfinder, Matthew Hopkins, whose bloody and usually sexually motivated persecutions across civil war-torn East Anglia are carried out with much relish, graphic fake blood and lots of screaming. Ian Ogilvy, an old school pal of the director's, is the upright new model soldier who swears vengeance against Hopkins for the rape of his betrothed (Hilary Dwyer, who in true Hammer Horror fashion gets to take her top off and scream a lot). Lascivious depictions of burning witches and gratuitous sex aside, what draws the viewer into the film is the setting as Reeves' camera roams lovingly across the East Anglian countryside. The opening-hanging scene, for example, depends strongly on location for its effect, and Ogilvy's quest for revenge takes on a John Ford-style Western aura in the director's hands. Perhaps not quite the masterpiece some seem to think it is, Witchfinder General remains a sturdy piece of distinctively British filmmaking. On the DVD: This disc allows the viewer to select the slightly extended "Export cut" of the movie, which has a little more graphic blood than the censored UK release, although the restored sequences are of markedly inferior quality. The anamorphic picture and mono sound are decent, even if too many murky nighttime scenes and badly dubbed actors' voices betray the film's restrictively low budget. The major extra is a documentary about the life and short career of Michael Reeves, while other fill-ups include text notes from critic Kim Newman, a music video, trailer, filmographies and stills. All in all, it's a welcome restoration of a genre classic. --Mark Walker

  • Doctor Phibes Rises Again [1972]Doctor Phibes Rises Again | DVD | (20/10/2003) from £9.43   |  Saving you £3.56 (37.75%)   |  RRP £12.99

    The title says it all--the abominable Dr Phibes Rises Again and he's as ruthless as ever. No longer content with merely avenging his wife's death, Phibes is now bent on her resurrection. With his mute assistant, Vulnavia, he sets off for Egypt, meting out bizarrely elaborate deaths--everything from clockwork snakes to a particularly severe exfoliation treatment--to all who stand in his way. This time Phibes has two competitors to race against: the trusty Inspector Trout and the renowned archaeologist Biederbeck, who has his own reasons for chasing Phibes. Like its predecessor, Dr Phibes Rises Again adds dark wit and imaginative art direction to the mix. Vincent Price is once again in high form, playing his organ with swooping arms and adding dry comic touches with a delicately cocked eyebrow. Watch out for cameos from a host of familiar faces, including Peter Cushing, Terry Thomas and Beryl Reid. --Ali Davis

  • Dr Phibes Rises Again [Blu-ray]Dr Phibes Rises Again | Blu Ray | (10/11/2014) from £13.99   |  Saving you £6.00 (42.89%)   |  RRP £19.99

    The title says it all--the abominable Dr Phibes Rises Again and he's as ruthless as ever. No longer content with merely avenging his wife's death, Phibes is now bent on her resurrection. With his mute assistant, Vulnavia, he sets off for Egypt, meting out bizarrely elaborate deaths--everything from clockwork snakes to a particularly severe exfoliation treatment--to all who stand in his way. This time Phibes has two competitors to race against: the trusty Inspector Trout and the renowned archaeologist Biederbeck, who has his own reasons for chasing Phibes. Like its predecessor, Dr Phibes Rises Again adds dark wit and imaginative art direction to the mix. Vincent Price is once again in high form, playing his organ with swooping arms and adding dry comic touches with a delicately cocked eyebrow. Watch out for cameos from a host of familiar faces, including Peter Cushing, Terry Thomas and Beryl Reid. --Ali Davis

  • The Raven [1963]The Raven | DVD | (20/10/2003) from £7.99   |  Saving you £7.00 (116.86%)   |  RRP £12.99

    One of the most sublimely silly products to emanate from Roger Corman's studio, The Raven has the very loosest of connections with the Edgar Allen Poe poem that gives it its title and which Vincent Price intones sepulchrally at the beginning. A retiring magician, Craven (Price) has opted out of the power struggles of peers such as Dr Scarabus (Boris Karloff) to brood on his dead wife and bring up his daughter. The arrival of Bledlo (Peter Lorre), an incompetent drunk whom Scarabus has turned into the raven of the title, involves him in everything he had renounced--life is complicated further by the arrival of Bledlo's son Rexford, played by a staggeringly young Jack Nicholson. The special effects are almost perfunctory, yet the culminating magical duel between Price and Karloff is inventive and charming; this is one of those films that looks as if the actors enjoyed making it; while the script by Richard Matheson has a blithe awareness of its own shortcomings that makes it hard to dislike. On the DVD: The Raven comes to DVD with very boxy remastered mono sound, but is presented in its original widescreen 2.35:1 ratio, formatted for 16:9 TVs. The only extra is the original theatrical trailer. --Roz Kaveney

  • Bloodbath At The House Of Death [1984]Bloodbath At The House Of Death | DVD | (21/07/2008) from £20.23   |  Saving you £-5.24 (N/A%)   |  RRP £14.99

    What in Hell is going on at Headstone Manor? In this hilarious spoof of every horror fan's favourite films a sinister Man (Vincent Price) and his bumbling cohorts combat a team of mad scientists who are investigating paranormal phenomenon in the mysterious manor. You'll scream with laughter when bloodcurdling cliches from the likes of THE AMITYVILLE HORROR THE SHINING POLTERGEIST JAWS and INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS take our demented doctors to the brink of hysteria - and beyond!

  • Dead Heat [Blu-ray]Dead Heat | Blu Ray | (27/02/2017) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Limited Edition in Slipcase.

  • Tommy Cooper: The Complete LWT Series [DVD]Tommy Cooper: The Complete LWT Series | DVD | (09/12/2019) from £15.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    With his uniquely chaotic blend of fluffed magic and lame jokes, Tommy Cooper was a constant and instantly recognisable presence on television for four decades. A firm favourite with the public, his variety shows were always eagerly awaited Eric Sykes hailed Tommy Cooper as the funniest man in the world , so it's hardly surprising that it was noted he only had to walk on stage to cause hysterics ! First transmitted fifty years ago, Cooper's series for London Weekend followed hot on the heels of his phenomenally successful three-year-run of Life With Cooper and set him firmly on the path to television superstardom through the 1970s and beyond. This classic sketch series features a veritable galaxy of guest stars: Ted Ray, Stubby Kaye, Richard Briers, Arthur Lowe, Joan Greenwood, Bernard Cribbins, Patrick Cargill, Tricia Noble, Vincent Price, Michael Bentine, Ronnie Barker, Thora Hird, Diana Dors, Ronnie Corbett, Liz Fraser and Eric Sykes! This release contains all thirteen episodes, complete and uncut.

  • The Haunted Palace [Blu-ray]The Haunted Palace | Blu Ray | (23/02/2015) from £13.67   |  Saving you £9.31 (87.17%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Although recognised as part of Roger Corman’s Edgar Allan Poe cycle (its title comes from a Poe poem) The Haunted Palace has a much more significant place in film history for being the first high-profile adaptation of the work of H.P. Lovecraft in this case his novella The Case of Charles Dexter Ward. Ward is one of two characters played by Vincent Price the other being Ward’s great-great-grandfather Joseph Curwen burned as a warlock 110 years before. When Ward returns to the village of Arkham to reclaim the family mansion his striking resemblance to his ancestor is just the first of many macabre events that proceed to unfold including the screen debut of Lovecraft’s legendary Necronomicon. As before Corman and his team worked wonders with their modest budget with Daniel Haller’s sets amongst the most elaborate in all the Poe cycle enhanced by genuinely creepy moments such as the crowd of deformed villagers still living under Curwen’s curse.

  • Twice Told Tales (1963) DVD UK ReleaseTwice Told Tales (1963) DVD UK Release | DVD | (18/05/2015) from £12.99   |  Saving you £5.00 (45.50%)   |  RRP £15.99

    This three-part selection of horror stories by Nathaniel Hawthorne explores the psyches of convention-bound characters and the bizarre means they use to elude the restrictions of society. “Dr Heidegger’s Experiment tells the tale of an elderly physician who develops an elixir of life and uses it to resurrect the woman he was to have married. He also rejuvenates himself and his best friend only to discover with tragic consequences that he is the odd man out in a lover’s triangle. “Rappacini’s Daughter” is also about love and jealousy. Rappacini is a disillusioned botanist who rears his daughter in a garden of poisonous plants and goes so far as to innoculate her with their juices until anyone who touches her dies. “The House of the Seven Gables” concerns a rumour of treasure hidden within a haunted house and the effect of an ancient curse on the young man who tries to find the fortune.

  • The House of the Long Shadows (1983) DVDThe House of the Long Shadows (1983) DVD | DVD | (17/09/2012) from £20.23   |  Saving you £-2.24 (N/A%)   |  RRP £17.99

    The story takes place deep within the Welsh countryside where there stands a deserted mansion that seems to cast a long shadow over the land. Outside the rain comes down in violent torrents while inside, the musty air hangs undisturbed. Dust on the decrepit furniture is testament to decades of abandonment. Lightning filters through the boarded windows, illuminating the dark shroud that envelops everything, turning each room into an abyss.Years of quiet vigil are broken by an intruder, a young writer spurred on by a wager, has come seeking solitude and the atmosphere in which he will compose a novel within 24 hours. The house seems a propitious setting for his needs---or is it? He has arrived on the eve of a strange reunion that unites an ancient family with its cursed existence. He is forewarned of possible danger by a woman who mysteriously enters the strange surroundings.Soon they are both embroiled in the family's secret as one by one the members of the family are murdered and the mystery draws menacingly closer.

  • The Thief And The Cobbler [DVD]The Thief And The Cobbler | DVD | (13/02/2012) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Directed by Oscar-winning animator Richard Williams (Who Framed Roger Rabbit), The Thief and the Cobbler began production in 1968, so it actually predates 1992's Aladdin. Also known as The Princess and the Cobbler and Arabian Knight, Fred Calvert completed the film after Williams lost the rights to his dream project. Narrated by Matthew Broderick as Tack the Cobbler, the CinemaScope-shot story takes place in ancient Baghdad. When Tack upsets Zigzag the Vizier (Vincent Price), the wizard drags him off to the royal castle, where Princess Yum Yum (Jennifer Beals) falls for the bashful boy and saves him from execution. Unfortunately, Zigzag plans to marry the princess in order to succeed her father, King Nod (Clive Revill). The Thief (Jonathan Winters), meanwhile, is more interested in gold than love and takes off with the protective orbs topping the palace. Together Tack and Yum Yum attempt to retrieve them in order to prevent Zigzag and the One-Eye army from conquering the city. Featuring fanciful hand-drawn animation, which borders on Yellow Submarine-style surrealism.

  • The House Of Seven Gables [DVD]The House Of Seven Gables | DVD | (16/05/2016) from £9.49   |  Saving you £3.50 (36.88%)   |  RRP £12.99

    The house of Seven Gables has a bloody history, dating back to when Colonel Pyncheon falsely accused a poor carpenter, Matthew Maule, of witchcraft. After Maule is hanged, Colonel Pycnheon usurps his land and builds the luxurious Pyncheon home on it. But with his dying breath Maule has laid a curse on all who live at Seven Gables, and when the Colonel dies shortly afterwards, the Pyncheon family is condemned to live in the shadow of the ˜Maule Curse'. Stars Vincent Price, George Sanders and Margaret Lindsay.

  • House Of WaxHouse Of Wax | DVD | (16/10/2006) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £12.99

    Car troubles and a spooky waxworks museum spell trouble for a gang of US teens in this horror re-make.

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