"Price really has it all in this film. Does he get to Grandly Perform? Yes. Does he have quiet moments that summon our tears with only the sad truths in his eyes? Yes. Does he get to inhabit a variety of wildly funny, diverse characters with a creative immersion that would awe even Sellers and Aykroyd? You bet. The whole movie is the greatest audition reel that the man never needed, and it’s the best argument that Vincent Price was the most versatile genre star of all time."
From MONSTER SERIAL, 2014, via silverscreams.
Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man (1943), via universalmonsterstribute.
Nosferatu (1922), via vintagegal.
DECADES OF HORROR - “monsters!; the 1930’s part I”
Dracula | 1931
Frankenstein | 1931
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde | 1931
The Mummy | 1932
King Kong | 1933
The Invisible Man | 1933
The Bride of Frankenstein | 1935
Werewolf of London | 1935
Son of Frankenstein | 1939
The Hunchback of Notre Dame | 1939, via slashfilms.
House on Haunted Hill (1958), via classichorrormovies.
Dracula’s Daughter (1936), via universalmonsterstribute
Madhouse (1974) was Vincent’s final film for American International Pictures, via greggorysshocktheater.
"It’s just a scratch."
Dracula (1931), via slashfilms.
Yeah, they’re dead. They’re all messed up, via phantomblogger.
The Gorgon (1964), via universalandhammerhorror.
Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968), via universalandhammerhorror.
Behind the scenes of Hunchback Of Notre Dame (1923), via universalmonsterstribute.
Dracula (1931), via universalmonsterstribute.
Vincent Price in House of Wax (1953), via arcaneimages.