It isn’t that I object to it. I just feel it’s the wrong adjective as applied to the films I do. Because horror to me is, say, a film like The Godfather. Or anything to do with war, which is real and can happen, and unfortunately, no doubt, will happen again some time. But the films that dear Christopher Lee and I do are really fantasy. And I think fantasy is a better adjective to use. I don’t object to the term horror, it’s just the wrong adjective!
—Peter Cushing Interview 1973 (1973); courtesy Wikiquote
The sequel to yesterday’s matinee. Because you can never have too much Vincent Price.
A classic horror film, which, along with Lon Chaney, Jr.’s The Wolf Man, was the seminal werewolf movie.
Cults! Horror! Camp! Christopher Lee! Boris Karloff! ‘Nuff said!
Dark religious secrets, aliens, and Christopher Lee! ‘Nuff said! (h/t to Christopher Knowles)