For a final night before we reach the Big One, it was hard to pick what to go with. Having hit most of the classics in one form or another, I opted for a cast that provided a serious bang for your buck. And hey, The House That Dripped Blood is an Amicus anthology film as well, so you get multiple stories in one. And with a cast that includes Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Jon Pertwee and Denholm Elliott…you are getting a great amount of bang. Not to mention it’s scripted (mostly) by Robert Bloch. And do remember this: rubber vampire bats on strings mean never having to say you’re sorry.
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Here’s what’s crazy, though–the DVD from Lionsgate is out of print and new is very pricey. However, you can get it used from Amazon for under $10.
Update: The full film’s no longer up, but somebody has posted the Cushing section, so we’ll go with that for now…[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]