If you’re a fan of the macabre, you’re in for a real treat…and some trick. With the intention of following the rules of Nuwan’s October Birthdays blogathon, I unknowingly chose to focus on Edgar Allan Poe – The notoriously grim poet that died on October 7th, 1894. So, this isn’t about a birthday but rather…… Continue reading Extraordinary Tales (2013) – The ❝October Birthdayz❞ Blogathon
maddy loves her classic films has announced her Horrorathon a month ago (I’m guessing for Halloween) and I thought I’d pick a Vincent Price film I haven’t seen yet for the occasion. The Raven (1963) seemed like a good choice because I was always fascinated with Edgar Allan Poe’s work and Vincent Price is one…… Continue reading The Horrorathon – The Raven (1963)
Happy Halloween! Are you ready to spook the bejesus outta someone or get the jitters yourself tonight? Have you packed your candies and rehearsed your Trick or Treat? Have you gruesomely decorated your front door and backyard with fake spiderwebs, jack-o-lanterns and polystyrene graves? Have you practiced singing horrific lullabies by the fire place and…… Continue reading OMG, It’s Halloween!
A classic horror film from 1959 directed by William Castle, starring the great and late Vincent Price. Mr. Price plays the role of Frederik Loren, a millionaire fascinated by ghosts. Along with his fourth wife Annabelle, Frederik invites five people to a haunted house only to promise each and every one of them a generous…… Continue reading House on Haunted hill (1959)
this is a story about a young boy named Vincent. he tends to keep to himself and daydreams of becoming Vincent Price, a mad and tormented scientist. Vincent likes to experiment on his dog, Abercrombie. Vincent’s mother insists he would go outside and play, explaining to her son that he is just a little boy…… Continue reading Vincent