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Vincent Price and Peter Lorre star in a chilling double feature. Business is booming at a funeral parlor that employs a murderous undertaker in Comedy of Terrors (Basil Rathbone. 1964/84 min.), and three powerful magicians engage in a battle for supremacy in The Raven (Boris Karloff. 1963/86 min.). Color/NR.
Really silly movies, but it's fun to see Price, Lugosi and Karloff together. The Comedy of Terrors had a better, more clever plot. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Cynthia G.
Campy Vincent Price movie...as most of his were. I saw it aboard ship back in the navy and have looked for it for years. Great outing for Price, Karloff and Lorre.Published 24 days ago by Glen Jensen
I bought it for the Comedy of Terrors. Darn, wasn't as funny as I remembered as a teenager. Still glad I bought it, but the humor and the plot twists were done in a way enjoyed by... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark LaPointe
If you are 50 or older, you will recall fond memories of staying up late on Saturday night and watching the double feature horror movies during the 70's. Read morePublished 2 months ago by L. Maynard