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Elvira, Mistress of the Dark icon Cassandra Peterson opens up in ‘Yours Cruelly, Elvira’ memoir

Cassandra Peterson was eight years old when she saw her first horror movie. The film was William Castle’s “House on Haunted Hill” starring Vincent Price. She was both repelled and fascinated by it, but it sparked a lifelong love affair with the horror genre that would eventually lead Peterson to create her Elvira, Mistress of the Dark persona and go on to become the Queen of Halloween. This year, Peterson is celebrating the 40th anniversary of Elvira, a character she began cultivating during her...
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14 Remakes That Are Better Than The Original

In this day and age, it's amazingly easy to be a cynic. It could be argued that remakes are lazy cash-ins, that they're a sign of the lack of original ideas left in cinema, or that they exist only to appease that sizable portion of the cinema-going audience that needs to see films in their native tongue, without subtitles. That's true in a great many cases (I'm looking at you, "Jacob's Ladder," "Quarantine," and "The Fog"), and yet there are times when a remake is a golden opportunity to do some...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Robin Williams, Tim Burton, Vincent Price, America, Earth, Bbc, Cruise, Williams, Cameron, Andy Serkis, Ian Fleming, Robert De Niro, Daniel Craig, Ash


You can cook salmon in the dishwasher

Wrap seasoned salmon in aluminum foil, place it in your dishwasher, and voila! Dinner is served. The heat from a dishwasher can cook salmon, and the unconventional cooking method may prevent fishy smells from stinking up the house. Vincent Price cooked fish in the dishwasher on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson in 1975, calling it "a dish any fool can prepare." — Read the rest
Tags: Cooking, Post, Video, News, Vincent Price, Dishwasher, Johnny Carson, Sounds Fishy, Unusual Tutorials


Now Scream This: The Best Horror Movies Streaming Right Now

(Welcome to Now Scream This, a column where horror experts Chris Evangelista and Matt Donato tell you what scary, spooky, and spine-tingling movies are streaming and where you can watch them.)Matt: Welp, you've done it now. You've faked courage long enough to utter "Nattyman" into a mirror five times, and here comes Donato to drink all your Natty Lights and drop a few horror recommendations. Luckily for you, there are probably no cans of liquid gold in your refrigerator — so I guess I'm just lef...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Movies, Malcolm McDowell, Vincent Price, Earth, Mark Wahlberg, Nice, Anthony Hopkins, Chris, Wheatley, Don, Alice Cooper, Matt, Welp, Zooey Deschanel


The Nerd's Watch: Best Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror Streaming in September

Though a lot of movie theaters are back to full function, the safer option for entertainment remains streaming, and fans who choose to stay home and take advantage are constantly rewarded with tons of new content. At the start of each month, most streamers—Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Disney+, and HBO Max—do a little…Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Keira Knightley, Films, Ben Affleck, Stephen King, Vincent Price, It, Jj Abrams, Netflix, Ethan Hawke, David Bowie, John Goodman, Oscar, Harry Potter, Thrillers


The Daily Stream: ‘Road To Perdition’ is a Master Class in Casting Against Type

(Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching, why it’s worth checking out, and where you can stream it.) The Movie: Road to Perdition Where You Can Stream It: Netflix The Pitch: After winning the Best Director Oscar for American Beauty, Sam Mendes decided to follow that up with a 1930s mob movie starring Tom Hanks, Paul Newman, Daniel Craig, and Jude Law. Why It’s Essential Viewing: Casting Tom Hanks as a tommy gun-wielding 1930s hitm...
Tags: Movies, Vincent Price, America, Features, Tom Hanks, Netflix, Rooney, Sam Mendes, Daniel Craig, John Wayne, Road, Jason Statham, John Rooney, Newman, Maguire, Jr


Hear Vincent Price Star in a Classic Radio Adaptation of George Orwell’s 1984

Here are some things you may not know about Vincent Price: He was once a young man. Before becoming a horror icon in the 1950s, he was a successful character actor. “Only a third of his movies that he made were actually horror films,” says his daughter, Victoria Price. “He made 105 films. People don’t realize he had an extensive career in theater and radio.” He came from a wealthy St. Louis family and harbored early anti-semitic views and a misguided admiration for Hitler in the 1930s. H...
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That time the Gilligan's Island castaways battled Batman on the Family Feud

On May 12, 1983, an epic battle was waged between the casts of Gilligan's Island and Batman. They faced off on the Family Feud. Lee Merriweather, Yvonne Craig, and Vincent Price joined Adam West and Burt Ward in taking on Jim Baccus, Alan Hale, Natalie Schafer, Russell Johnson, and Dawn Wells. — Read the rest
Tags: Video, News, Vincent Price, Island, Batman, Game Shows, Gilligan, Adam West, Burt Ward, Dawn Wells, Lee Merriweather Yvonne Craig


Ariel Fisher’s Favorite Movies of All Time

It’s strange being asked to write something about yourself where you work. I’ve been writing about and for myself for years now, but somehow doing it this publicly always feels like putting on shoes that are one size too big. Alas, I digress already. Unfortunately, it’s a habit. I’ll try to keep it contained. Anyway! I’m Ariel Fisher and I’ve been freelancing for /Film for a few years now. I’ve recently become the latest editorial addition to the news desk and I’m absolutely in love with the ...
Tags: Movies, Robin Hood, Tim Curry, Vincent Price, Features, Tom Hanks, Carrie Fisher, Scorsese, Richard Linklater, Nora Ephron, Greta Gerwig, Tom Cruise, Tom Hardy, Indiana Jones, Martin Scorsese, Derek


The Simpsons Brought an Early Taste of Halloween to SDCC 2021

A new season of The Simpsons arrives with an unerring sense of inevitability at this point, no matter where you sit on the longest-running animated series in the U.S. But with a new season, there comes a regular highlight of one of The Simpsons’ most beloved bits— the annual “Treehouse of Horror” anthology, and this…Read more...
Tags: Science, Vincent Price, Matt Groening, Kristen Bell, Maggie, The Simpsons, Edgar Allen Poe, David Silverman, Lisa Simpson, Al Jean, Television Shows, Maurice LaMarche, Matt Selman, Yeardley Smith, Mike B Anderson, Treehouse Of Horror


Five Real Haunted Places That Would Make Killer Horror Movies

Horror movies get a lot of mileage from claiming to be based on, or at least inspired by, true stories. The Conjuring Universe is big on claiming they’re telling true tales of terror, and it was recently revealed that the writers of the first Conjuring and the director of Spiral: From the Book of Saw were teaming up to launch a horror franchise based on the true story of the allegedly haunted LaLaurie Mansion. But why stop there? There are a ton of allegedly real haunted places out there, waiti...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, London, Movies, Horror, Vincent Price, Features, Mexico City, Philadelphia, Kristen Stewart, Horror Movies, Roger Corman, Henry Viii, Anne Boleyn, Andrew, Moore


‘The Muppet Show’ is Now on Disney+ – Here Are the 12 Best Episodes

It’s a good day, friends, and that’s because after years of waiting,  The Muppet Show  is finally available to watch in full on home media. Though The Walt Disney Company has had the rights to the Muppets for a long time, it only ever released on DVD the first three seasons of the ’70s-era variety show that turned the felt creations of Jim Henson and friends into worldwide sensations. Now, you can watch all five seasons streaming on Disney+. (It’s worth noting that music clearance rights often...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, John Cleese, Robin Hood, Tim Burton, Disney, Vincent Price, Features, Muppets, Harry Belafonte, Williams, Elton John, Walt Disney Company, Steve Martin, John


The Six Weeks of Halloween: Speed Round

It’s tradition around these parts to finish off the Six Weeks of Halloween with a Speed Round of brief thoughts on films I watched for the marathon, but haven’t otherwise covered. Maybe it didn’t fit with a given week’s theme. Perhaps I just don’t have a lot to say about it. Or it may be that I have too much to say about it and just don’t have the time or inclination to organize my thoughts. As of this writing, I have seen 69 horror (or horror-adjacent) movies during this Halloween season. Th...
Tags: Movies, Stephen King, Roald Dahl, Vincent Price, Green, Netflix, Meryl Streep, David Cronenberg, Timothy Olyphant, Anne Hathaway, Bronx, Robert Zemeckis, Stanley Tucci, King, Jason, Isabella Rossellini


The 15 Spookiest Episodes of Old-Time Horror Radio

With our archives now 3,500+ articles deep, we’ve decided to republish a classic piece each Friday to help our newer readers discover some of the best, evergreen gems from the past. This article was originally published in October 2014. Before folks sat around the TV watching American Horror Story or classic movies like The Shining and Friday the 13th, they gathered around the radio to listen to their favorite weekly programs. Many of them were comedies or dramas, just like today’s television p...
Tags: England, London, Featured, Nbc, Life, La, Africa, Orson Welles, Vincent Price, Travel & leisure, Chicago, South America, Himalayas, Smith, Jay, Lake Mead


#TrackoftheDay: “Strange Transformations”

Sonic Boom SixUK (2009) I will say this: it is evident that Sonic Boom Six has excellent taste in samples. Any song that is heavy with Vincent Price is an automatic winner in my book. Extra points for a band name that’s numerically incorrect when compared to the number of members. I don’t know why I always enjoy that so much–perhaps it’s the fact that math and I sometimes get into knife fights. Anyway, that’s before we get to the song itself, with its excellent beat and smooth vo...
Tags: Music, 32 Days of Halloween, Vincent Price, US


Avengers & Game of Thrones Legend Diana Rigg Dies at Age 82

Avengers & Game of Thrones legend Diana Rigg dies at age 82 It is with great sadness that ComingSoon.net brings word (via Deadline) that legendary British actress Dame Diana Rigg has passed away at age 82, reportedly from cancer diagnosed in March. The BAFTA, Emmy and Tony Award-winner was best known for the 60’s spy series The Avengers, her role as a Bond Girl in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, and her recent work as Olenna Tyrell in Game of Thrones. PB = PB ||...
Tags: Hbo, TV, London, Movies, Nbc, Africa, Vincent Price, Rebecca, Stephen Sondheim, Andy Serkis, Tracy, James Bond, Bruce Beresford, Obituary, Diana, Secret Service


Shudder September 2020 Schedule Starts Off Halloween Lineup

Shudder September 2020 schedule starts off Halloween lineup The list for the new Shudder September 2020 movies and TV titles have been released, which you can now view below along with the streaming service’s annual Halloween lineup. According to Vital Thrills, AMC’s horror streamer has decided to make things different this year by expanding their normal 31 Days of Halloween into 61 Days of Halloween instead. The lineup will also include weekly original/exclusive movie premieres; a new The L...
Tags: Horror, Movies, TV, Movie News, Shudder, Streaming, TV News


61 Days of Halloween Lineup Headed to Shudder to Remind Us the Reason for the Season

It’s almost the most wonderful time of the year – Halloween season. And rather than waiting until October, Shudder, the horror streaming service, is getting a head-start on the holiday with 61 Days of Halloween, a  two-month celebration featuring weekly original/exclusive movie premieres; a new The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs Halloween special; a collection of Vincent Price movies, a new version of The Ghoul Log (a Halloween-themed take on the Christmas Yule Log), and more. “We usually...
Tags: Halloween, UK, Movies, Horror, Edgar Allan Poe, Vincent Price, Canada, Madrid, Sam, Roger Corman, Danzig, Glenn Danzig, Diana Rigg, Josh Ruben, Joe Hill, Wayne


When Salvador Dalí Met Alice Cooper & Turned Him into a Hologram: The Meeting of Two Kings of Camp (1973)

Kings of camp Alice Cooper and Salvador Dalí made a natural pair when they met in New York City in April of 1973. "A mind-melding of sorts took place," writes Super Rad Now. "Over the course of about two weeks" Cooper and Dalí "ate together, drank together, and basked in the glow of each other's exceptional uniqueness." Then Dalí decided to turn Cooper into a hologram, the First Cylindric Chromo-Hologram Portrait of Alice Cooper's Brain. How did this come about? It was only a matter of t...
Tags: Google, Art, Music, New York, Abc, College, New York City, Vincent Price, Spain, Oxford, David Bowie, Salvador Dalí, Detroit, Alice, Freud, Cooper


Win Two Tickets to Live The Tingler Riff With MST3K’s The Mads!

Win Two Tickets to Live The Tingler Riff With MST3K’s The Mads! Dumb Industries is providing ComingSoon.net with two complementary virtual tickets for its upcoming special livestream screening of William Castle’s The Tingler that will feature Mystery Science Theater 3000‘s Trace Beaulieu and Frank Conniff, better known as The Mads, performing a live-riff of the 1959 cult classic! All you have to do to win is email your name with the subject “TINGLER” to [email protected] ! RELAT...
Tags: Movies, Minneapolis, Youtube, Vincent Price, Netflix, House, Hodgson, Castle, Forrester, Beaulieu, Joel, Glenda, Glen, Ed Wood, Joel Hodgson, Jonah Ray


Comment on simple, essential bolognese by Barbara

In reply to Emily. Yes, Emily! My original bolognese — made now for more than 40 years — came from Vincent Price’s wonderful “Treasury of Great Recipes.” His is much like Deb’s except is uses 2 minced chicken livers in addition to the beef and cream instead of milk. The chicken livers add an indescribable umami to the taste of the sauce.
Tags: Food, Vincent Price, Treasury, Deb, Barbara, Emily Yes Emily


12 Delightfully Freaky Horror Movies From the 1960s

You’ve seen Night of the Living Dead, Psycho, and Rosemary’s Baby. But have you seen a pre-Star Trek William Shatner being chased by a succubus in a movie filmed entirely in Esperanto? Or a made-in-Japan (with a non-Japanese cast) alien creature feature with the grooviest theme song ever? Read on!Read more...
Tags: Japan, Science, Vincent Price, Bette Davis, William Shatner, Nostalgia, Hammer, Roger Corman, Rosemary, Joan Crawford, Eyes Without A Face, What Ever Happened To Baby Jane, Incubus, Mario Bava, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Planet of the Vampires


Revisiting ‘The Great Mouse Detective’, the Unsung Kickstarter of the Disney Renaissance (And One of Disney’s Creepiest Movies)

(Welcome to Out of the Disney Vault, where we explore the unsung gems and forgotten disasters currently streaming on Disney+.) With recent global events, plenty of people are resorting to nostalgia and comfort when it comes to their movie watching. Whether it’s that comedy you love or a family-friendly movie you loved as a kid, few things can help calm you down when the world seems chaotic quite like a good movie. That’s why for this week’s Out of the Disney Vault column, I decided to re-watch...
Tags: UK, England, London, Movies, Disney, Vincent Price, Features, Watson, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Sherlock Holmes, Rube Goldberg, Hayao Miyazaki, Vincent, Moriarty, Cauldron, Mancini


Duke pressured ACC into canceling tournament by shutting down all Blue Devil sports

Even as ACC commissioner John Swofford said Thursday morning the ACC tournament would continue despite the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, Duke University president Vincent Price had decided the Blue Devils were done. Just before noon, while Florida State's players warmed up on the court, Price notified his fellow ACC presidents and Swofford that Duke would suspend all athletic competition, including Thursday's quarterfinal against N.C. State. We have been thinking a lot about athletic...
Tags: Florida, News, Vincent Price, Duke, ACC, Duke University, Swofford, Duke Blue Devils, John Swofford


Freddy Krueger actor Robert Englund reveals real-life horrors with ‘True Terror’ series

Robert Englund is no stranger to scary storytelling. Though the 72-year-old longtime Laguna Beach resident is best known for portraying the knifed finger glove-wearing antagonist Freddy Krueger in Wes Craven’s “A Nightmare on Elm Street” films, Englund said he’s more recently taken a deep dive into the world of non-fiction horror. Being tapped to host and narrate the Travel Channel’s new series, “True Terror with Robert Englund,” has given him the opportunity to explore stories ripped from the h...
Tags: Movies, Montana, Vincent Price, America, Sport, Chicago, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Alaska, Donald Sutherland, Mick Jagger, Sasquatch, Max Von Sydow, Rod Serling


The Best “Invisible Man” Movies That You’ve Never Seen

(Welcome to The Best Movies You’ve Never Seen, a series that takes a look at slightly more obscure, under-the-radar, or simply under-appreciated movies. This week we go looking for little-seen movies featuring invisibility!) This week’s big new release is a fresh take on a classic – a Universal Monsters classic to be precise – but while Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man finds its own identity by playing around with the formula, plenty of other films have followed similar paths to entirely diff...
Tags: Wtf, Movies, India, Disney, Vincent Price, Features, Tokyo, Bob, Leigh Whannell, George Romero, Paul Verhoeven, Kurt Russell, Wells, Michele, Griff, Arun


Hear Christopher Tolkien (RIP) Read the Work of His Father J.R.R. Tolkien, Which He Tirelessly Worked to Preserve

J.R.R. Tolkien is responsible for the existence of Middle-earth, the richly realized fictional setting of the Lord of the Rings novels. But he also did his bit for the existence of the much less fictional Christopher Tolkien, his third son as well as, in J.R.R.'s own words, his "chief critic and collaborator." Christopher spent much of his life returning the favor, dedicating himself to the organization, preservation, and publication of his father's notes on Middle-earth's elaborate geog...
Tags: Google, Books, College, Edgar Allan Poe, Basil Rathbone, Vincent Price, Literature, Seoul, Middle Earth, Tolkien, Hemingway, Facebook Twitter, Christopher, J R R Tolkien, FAULKNER, Colin Marshall


Vincent Price and Boris Karloff both used some weird ingredients in their homemade guacamole recipes

Boris Karloff and Vincent Price are perhaps the two most well-known horror movie actors in history. But that's not all they had in common—they were, apparently, both fans of homemade guacamole. Karloff's recipe was originally published in a newspaper (I couldn't track the original source, but the earliest date the image appears online is from November 2013). I personally prefer a squeeze of lime, rather than lemon juice, in my guacamole, but otherwise this is pretty straight-forward—except for t...
Tags: Post, News, Vincent Price, Recipe, Worcestershire, Guacamole, Boris Karloff, Karloff, Kat Kinsman, Weird recipes


Thirteen Quintessential Vincent Price Movies for Halloween

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Thirteen Quintessential Vincent Price Movies for Halloween Darkness falls across the land, Halloween is close at hand, and ComingSoon.net has a playlist of 13 Vincent Price Movies to add some class to your October viewing schedule. Check out our Price Halloween favorites in the gallery below, curated by Chris Ameigh of The Full Price Podcast, a monthly podcast dedicated to the Merchant of Menace himself, Vincent Price. RELATED: CS Exclusive: Tom Atkins’ Halloween Playlist ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Edgar Allan Poe, Vincent Price, Tom Atkins, ComingSoon, Movie News, Merchant Of Menace, Amanda Reyes, Vincent Price Movies, Chris Ameigh, Podcatcher


Both Versions of ‘House on Haunted Hill’ Make For Terrific (and Very Different) Halloween Viewing

(Welcome to Classically Contemporary, a series where we explore the ways in which new releases echo classic Hollywood or how classic Hollywood continues to influence modern filmmaking.) In 1959 director William Castle, horror huckster and impresario, released House on Haunted Hill. A throwback to the old dark house thrillers of the 1930s with a devilish performance by ‘50s horror icon, Vincent Price, House on Haunted Hill is the gold standard when it comes to Castle’s work. Forty years lat...
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