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House of Usher: After a long journey, Philip arrives at the Usher mansion seeking his loved one, Madeline. Upon arriving...

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Released: June 22, 1960
Runtime: 79 mins
Genres: Drama Thriller Horror
Countries: USA
Director: Roger Corman
Actors: Bill Borzage Harry Ellerbe Mark Damon Myrna Fahey Vincent Price

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Posted by kacall 3 years, 9 months ago
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For those who enjoy older classics,this movie is great.The set designs are creepy,with lots of attention to details that would make a haunted house envy.The storyline is very close to the original Edgar Allen tale.Lots of long shots,great acting from the famous Vincent Price and nice touches from minor charactors help move the plot along. You will find that this story helped launch the themes for many movies we later have come to enjoy.We get to see the complex relationship between a loving and dominating brother struggling against a romanticly determained young man who insists on leaving with his betrothed. All the while confronted with discovering exactly what the secret of the House of Usher really is.As is so often the case,reality can be quite disturbing.For the times in which this was made, it was well recieved.6/10

Posted by DebbieLegg 3 years, 5 months ago
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I am a fan of the old Vincent Price movies but this is such a low budget film I could hardly watch it.

Posted by wieichbin 10 months ago
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Love Mr. Price. An era long gone, but indeed memorable.

Posted by Rose78 1 year, 2 months ago
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Classic Poe and Vincent Price. I enjoyed it then and I enjoyed it now. Good production for its time.

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