The long-awaited get-together of the classic horror stars of yesteryear still leaves a bit of a bitter taste thanks to a plot twist that is a slap in the face for the viewer.
Witty, savage and tragic – Vincent Price as a tormented Shakespearian actor in possibly the finest British horror film of the 1970s.
The notorious misfire from Amicus producer Milton Subotsky is every bit as disastrous and dismal as you’ve been told.
Vincent Price stars in a Poe-flavoured adaptation of Guy de Maupassant’s The Horla.
A classic stop-motion animated Easter TV special starring Vincent Price.
The former hard-drinking shock rocker eschews the trend for rock band beer by endorsing flavoured milk.
1979’s two train travel fantasy shows that crashed and burned.
Another collection of weird and wonderful movies to stop you from going stir crazy.
The great horror star shows up for a Halloween edition of the creepy romance themed game show.
The unexpectedly large number of pop and rock songs inspired by the notorious genocidal figure.