"A REALLY INTELLIGENT INTERVIEWER." -- Lance Henriksen
"QUITE SIMPLY, THE BEST HORROR-THEMED BLOG ON THE NET." -- Joe Maddrey, Nightmares in Red White & Blue

**Find The Vault of Horror on Facebook and Twitter, or download the new mobile app!**

**Check out my other blogs, Standard of the Day, Proof of a Benevolent God and Lots of Pulp!**


Monday, May 11, 2009

Raimi, You Sly Devil...










The House on Haunted Hill (1959) . . . Drag Me to Hell (2009)


Nicely done, sir. Nicely done.

9 comments:

Garg the Unzola said...

Why does Richard Christy read your blog and not mine? I'm jealous!

B-Sol said...

How do you know he doesn't read yours? I'm just lucky enough to have a sister with the balls to email him about it!

Garg the Unzola said...

I'd rather not have a sister with balls.

Garg the Unzola said...

Soundtrack by Christopher Young! This looks good. I like the tribute to House on Haunted Hill. In fact, I think it's the very same set of dentures.

Karl Hungus said...

This post is now about Richard Christy?

Loved that guy's work with Death and Iced Earth. Quite a talented musician.

B-Sol said...

LOL Richard Christy just happens to be my most famous reader.

gord said...

That scene from House on Haunted Hill was absolutely terrifying. Especially since it's from a movie that is otherwise pure camp awfulness.

B-Sol said...

That moment is downright bloodchilling, no doubt about it. And yes the flick is campy, but I do have a major soft spot for anything Vincent Price. Campy can be a good thing sometimes.

gord said...

Yeah I didn't know how to word that properly so I just left it, but I absolutely love camp films and Vincent Price as well.

What I meant was that it's odd such a cheesy film, and basically pretty PG, also has one of the most terrifying movie moments I've ever seen.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...