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The Masque of the Red Death

The Masque of the Red Death(1964)

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  • The Masque of the Red Death

    • Goetan
    • 11/11/13

    Director Corman and star Price's best Edgar Allan Poe-inspired film. Price is solid and perfectly menacing as a Satan-worshipping prince who kidnaps Asher's young innocent and shields other sinners from the Red Death in his castle. Unlike the previous films they made together, their isn't any camp or intentional comedy, the shock effects are daring sensual and the story is gripping based upon Poe's "The Masque of the Red Death" and "Hop-Frog." A sinister, chilling, overly-dramatic horror flick. I give it a 4/5.

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    • Beatle fan
    • 10/18/11

    We went to see this movie because Paul McCartney was dating Jane Asher at the time. We were so awe struck at how beautiful she was and had nightmares for weeks. As young as I was, I still remember vividly her going from room to room and the colors of each room changing. Vincent Price was his usual spooky self. It is great to watch at Halloween on a dark stormy night.

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