In the final episode of our Vincent Price series, Andrew and Matt enjoy some paddleball theatrics.
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The campy, compact classic really rubbed Andrew the wrong way. Can’t really say why.
Dr Phibes rises again — into a film that is not quite as good as the first.
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Never mind the yawns, Andrew and I agree – this film is a real barnstormer and a classic! Dr. Phibes has great vibes.
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Halloween is over and the world has taken a dark, strange turn. In response, Andrew and Matt watch the dark, strange 1968 Vincent Price film The Witchfinder General.
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This week, Andrew and Matt discuss the proto-AIP Poe flick “The Fall of the House of Usher” starring Vincent Price. We’re both sleepy boys in this podcast, so give us a break
This month, Andrew and Matt discuss the Corman/Price Lovecraft/Poe mashup “The Haunted Palace”. Matt struggles through his Massachusetts accent to pronounce “era”! Andrew revels in the ham faced babies!
This week, on the 29th episode of the GoldenAgeHorror.com podcast, Andrew and Matt discuss The Masque of the Red Death. We also approach some insight about the merit of discussing movies and reviews in general.
For June, Andrew and Matt talk about the Vincent Price/Roger Corman jam The Pit and the Pendulum. Barbara Steele also stars.