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The Monster Club
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Directed by Roy Ward Baker, who also did Asylum and The Vault of Horror, along with numerous Hammer films, The Monster Club, based on a book by famed and prolific author R. Chetwynd-Hayes boasts a plethora of stars including Vincent Price, John Carradine, Donald Pleasance, Britt Ekland, Stuart Whitman, and Patrick Magee, among others. There are three stories here, loosely tied together with a wrap-around story and a number of musical performances (B.A. Robertson is great performing 'Sucker for Your Love'), all wonderful in their own right.
The film starts off with the wrap-around story, as we meet a character named after the author of the book the film is based on, R. Chetwynd-Hayes (Carradine) being approached by a man looking for a bite, as he hasn't eaten in a couple of weeks.Read more ›
Story 1: Shadmock (vampire/werewolf) with Barbara Kellerman and Simon Ward.
Story 2: Vampire Hunters with Donald Pleasance.
Story 3: Humghoul (human/ghoul) with Stuart Whitman. Easily the best segment.
62-minute interview of Vincent Price conducted in 1987 by film historian David Del Valle
41-minute audio interview between Del Valle and Price
On camera interview with David Del Valle
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I was thrilled to see the film was finally on DVD. The film is in widescreen with a pretty decent transfer--but what MOST inpressed me was the Special Features. The gallery (featuring posters, adslicks, lobby cards, etc.) PLUS the FULL SOUNDTRACK of TMC (score AND songs), plus an Easter Egg featuring an interview with the "Slingshot Ghoul" in the Humgoo story.
The DVD is a treat and highly recommended.
The only slight glich is the commentary from Beavis and Butthead (the actual people who released the dvd) who try there best to slag the film off in the most horror film nerd cliches of all time.
A brilliant budget disc that i have been waiting on for years.
Yeah, Yeah, Yeah its cornball nonsense i know but.....
MONSTERS RULE OK!
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"The Monster Club" is the last of the portmanteau horror films produced by Milton Subotsky -- half of the Amicus Films team -- and for decades it's been thought to be the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by M2
I adore Vincent Price but hadn't heard of this movie until I came across a clip of it on YouTube with Vincent Price singing a rendition of The Monster Mash. Read morePublished 4 months ago by M Faire
This is one of the funnest films to watch - quite enjoyable. This is a gothic comedy-horror for the most part and has a good message in the end about humans being the greatest... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rainey Dawn
If you are looking for a Vincent price movie this is not the one for you. It is a anthology of short stories introduced by Vincent. That being said though. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kimberly
This scared me when it first came out. I've taken it to horror film marathons and it creeps out the friends. I got my second copy when a friend "lost" the first. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Helen I. Reynaga
The stories are good. The intermission music leaves something to be desired, though.Published 9 months ago by Mary E. Scott
Vincent price in this movies of some short horror tales it is a great movie to have the great color and a great movie.Published 10 months ago by chery