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November 1st, 2007, 19:12
For Halloween, we curled up at home and with frequent pausing to answer the doorbell and dispense goodies to the neighboring kids, watched two classic Vincent Price flicks—Theatre of Blood, where Vinnie and Diana Rigg execute a series of Shakespearean murders of drama critics, and Madhouse. Madhouse, with Peter Cushing giving a pretty good performance as the villain, is by far the better of the two. I really think Vincent Price is playing himself in this one and with a minimum of ham. (It also has one of my favorite horror movie lines of all time—"There is always room in the coffin of time!") They're both pretty solid American International "B" horror fare and worth a watch for the nostalgia factor anyway, if nothing else.

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