The download link doesn't seem to be working.
Yes, the download link doesn't work. However, I do find that it does work if you press play on the bar under the picture/caption.
As stated, the download link is not working, but it also does not seem to be available on Stitcher either.
It should be fixed now.
Vincent Price movies are a huge blind spot for me so I very much appreciated this podcast and now I might have to spring for the box sets before October is over. Scary movie month draining my bank account. P.s.Glad my Dylan Baker joke landed :D
I, too, have a lot of catching up to do in the world of Vincent Price. Of what I HAVE seen, Theatre of Blood is by far my favorite. I love just how crazy over the top Price is in that movie, and JB has said in the past that he gives the movie a lot of credit for knowing a lot about Shakespeare, and I agree. Great lists, guys!
Awsome to hear Shout/Scream Factory getting a Shout out. I am there new biggest fan. Everything I have bought so far looks Amazing. I'm so Glad I had the Blu-ray player imported A few new Blu-rays turned up this week but because I am doing a 80s Horrors on VHS only Massacre for the Scary Movie Month I can't watch till November.
Wow great show guys. Like Patrick said in the show, I too have always been aware of the great Vincent Price, so ubiquitous in our culture, though I have seen next to none of his films. Now I have a whole list of titles try to take in for S.M.M.
After listening, I went to find one of the books I inherited from my grandfather, an old school horror hound, to see what Vincent Price movies it covered. The very first image in A Pictorial History of Horror Movies? House of Wax. Soooo...guess I know what I'm watching next!
Very cool that I had a Price marathon of sorts before this episide aired, loved the show. Also being reffered to as a friend was like being given a big hug! :) It is so much fun hearing that fantastic Scary version of your theme song and hearing all our lovely buddies names and clever reviews being read out. Basically the whole show was like a warm werewolf blanket!
The Night of the Living Dead “joke” IS on the Elite DVD. Funny you mention it because that is the first DVD I ever watched, and the first time I saw Night of the Living Dead. So that “joke” came during a seminal moment in my movie-watching life. I still own that DVD and eventually got it signed by Romero at a Flashback Weekend a few years back.
I knew this story before, JB, but I always love hearing about Vincent Price and the Sears art gig he had.
Just out of curiosity, why don't you like The Haunted Palace? I just watched it for the first time (I guess I forgot they were going to be playing it at The Massacre) and I really liked it.
Little surprised that The Comedy of Terrors gets so little props. Especially on the Shout! set - it's the only one without a commentary track.Lorre was ill and all the long shots were done by a stuntman in a mask but...otherwise everyone looks like they're having a great time making it.And yes...it has been a long time.
I really like The Comedy of Terrors. Vincent Price is a ton of fun in it.Oh, man, I forgot all about that Peter Lorre story. Can you imagine? The only thing that has to be creepier looking than Peter Lorre is a guy in a Peter Lorre mask. Nightmares.
Poor Peter Lorre had to keep working for the sake of his daughter. He'd lost so much of his money.Barbara Eden said when they worked together on Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Lorre told her, "NEVER let other people sign your checks...".Meanwhile, trying to decide if "M" counts as horror. Found a copy of the remake with David Wayne and Raymond Burr....