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  • Actors: Vincent Price
  • Format: Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Platinum Disc
  • Release Date: May 3 2004
  • Run Time: 243 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B00008G8QE

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Price,Vincent ~ House On Haunted Hill/Bat/Last Man On Earth

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Note: This review refers to another DVD edition of 3 Vincent Price films entitled "Vincent Price 3 feature films(House on Haunted Hill, The Bat, The Last Man On Earth)--Special Collector's Edition" released by Platinum Disc. This is not the Collector's edition with the CD of scary sounds on side 2.
I recently picked up this three-feature DVD at The Bargain! Shop. Since there are three separate movies to review, I'll take them one by one.
House On Haunted Hill (1958)
This first movie concerns a millionaire, Frederick Loren,(Vincent Price) who invites 6 people (played by Richard Long, Alan Marshall, Carolyn Craig, Elisha Cook Jr., Julia Mitchum, Leona Anderson and Howard Hoffman) to a "party" at a haunted house, hosted by himself and his wife(Carol Ohmart)promising to pay them $10,000 each if they can survive the night. Strange and unexplainable events occur and the viewer is left wondering: who will survive? The twist ending is a masterpiece!
Upon watching this film I was pleasantly surprised to find out that the picture and sound quality were excellent, with virtually no grain and just a few spider lines, nothing really to complain about. Not only that, but this version is in Widescreen! (I own a previous version of this film on DVD, also distributed by Platinum Disc, but it's in full screen) One thing I found slightly annoying about this DVD was the appearance of Platinum Disc's logo at the lower right-hand side of the screen (it shows up in all three films). My other version doesn't have this.
The Bat (1959)
The Bat, made before as: The Bat Whispers (1930) and The Bat (1926), was equally entertaining.
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Amazon.com: 6 reviews
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great movies......BUT BEWARE! July 20 2009
By Bonnie Damm - Published on Amazon.com
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When watching the movie I noticed the logo Platinum Disc at the bottom right hand corner of the screen and it would not go away even after the movie started. The menu has no setup to get rid of it and worse than that the logo was underlined in red so it was a real eye sore to watch the movie. I would have never bought it if I knew that. Love the movies but hate the logo.
Regardless, choose elsewhere unless you like distracting logos. Oct. 13 2014
By Slim - Published on Amazon.com
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The movies are great(the quality isn't the best, but not half bad), but there is an eyesore of a logo, and there seems to be no way to remove the logo. I'm not sure why any company thinks that people want to see their watermark at the bottom of the movie they are watching. I would suggest never buying anything from the Platinum Disc Corporation or as they're now known Echo Bridge Home Entertainment. The logo is bright red, which is especially annoying during a black and white film! The logo even for the cheap price makes this anything but worthwhile. I would suggest everyone get the better quality double feature of House on Haunted Hill/The Bat and one of the other single choices for Last Man On Earth. You could also get the double feature for Last Man on Earth with Panic Year Zero. Regardless, choose elsewhere unless you like distracting logos.
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
By C. J. Lindeman - Published on Amazon.com
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I am from the Baby Boomer generation who lived for those saturday afternoons at the movies. And especially the Science Fiction ones. Our movies would have 3 cartoons, Coming Attractions and 2 Sci Fi movies...all of that for 35 cents! Life was good in the 50s! I am a BIG Vincent Price Fan! I love all of his movies. And the trio on this DVD happens to be three of my very favorites. So I was thrilled to find it on Amazon! All three movies are GREAT and you will be happy to see them again. A real Collector's joy to own and can see on your own time. Have FUN...and bring the Popcorn and enjoy the sheer genius of Vincent Price. He will always entertain!
Classic Vincent Price movies Jan. 20 2015
By Hector J. Lugo - Published on Amazon.com
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Great picture quality for black and white films. What's not to like about Vincent Price? I enjoyed all three films.
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
From Back Cover Oct. 2 2012
By Staci - Published on Amazon.com
House On Haunted Hill
Shock Theatre veteran Vincent Price stars in this cult classic as Frederick Loren, a baleful tycoon who owns an ominous mental institution-turned-mansion. Loren throws a party that promises to be a hauntingly good time but turns into a murderous disaster. With his foes in attendance, Loren hands out party favors in the form of miniature wooden coffins that contain handguns. The ominous host has a few scary tricks up his sleeve that he hopes will provoke his guests into using their weapons, but it turns out that his calculating wife and her lover have some plans of their own. All of the devious scheming and backstabbing of the guests, mixed in with the house's own malevolent supernatural element, make for one terrifying, white-knuckled, fright night. 1958 / 75 MIN. / B&W / RATED 13

The Bat
The setting of this murder mystery takes place at a proverbial old, dark, and creepy mansion leased for the summer by Cornelia Van Gorder (Agnes Moorehead), an eccentric mystery writer who finds inspiration for her novels in her eerie surroundings. But soon after Cornelia moves in, it seems as if one of her diabolical mysteries has sprung to life when a strange prowler, who is later dubbed "The Bat", breaks into the mansion clad in a fedora, mask, and gloves outfitted that are outfitted with razor-sharp metal claws. "The Bat" terrorizes Cornelia and her maid, committing an atrocious murder and threatening the frightened novelist - until she decides to get to the bottom of the mystery by turning the tables on the vile villain. 1959 / 80 MIN. / B&W / RATED 13

The Last Man On Earth
A sinister plague sweeps the earth, transforming humankind into a race of vampire-like monsters. Every human on earth becomes infected - with the exception of one man - scientist Robert Morgan (Vincent Price), who is inexplicably immune to the affliction. Morgan, the last vestige of the human race, takes it upon himself to wipe out the vampire race - one monster at a time. When he restores a woman back to her old self with a blood transfusion, involving his own blood, the scientist is given hope that he will be able to cure others. But his plans fall to the wayside when the vampire race tracks him down, in order to slay their sole threat. Now Morgan must figure out a way to save himself if he has any hope of restoring humanity. 1964 / 86 MIN. / B&W / RATED 18