Perhaps one of the most iconic masters of early horror, right up there with Sir Christopher Lee and Bela Lugosi, Vincent Price remains a powerful and exuberant presence for every new generation of movie-goers. Born in St. Louis, Missouri, and spanning a career of seven decades, Price brought a new sophistication to the genre Americans weren’t so used to seeing. Using British sensibilities, a magnetic stage personality, and a deep, powerful voice, his legacy will forever be entrenched to the ’60s and ’70s, starring in what amounts to dozens of Roger Corman productions, that not only introduced audiences to more macabre and unsettling stories and images, but ushered in a new era of experimentation. Here are his most iconic roles.
A short retrospective on some of the most iconic roles of the horror master.Read MoreMovieWeb – Feed