Between 1973 and 1983, Vincent Price starred in twenty-two episodes of radio horror for the BBC. Price claimed the stories were drawn from his own reminiscences, though certain plots bear strong resemblances to classic pieces by Roald Dahl and Bram Stoker. Click on and listen, if you can afford...THE PRICE OF FEAR. Twenty-five years earlier, Price had narrated one of the most infamous audio horror episodes of all time: Three Skeleton Key.
Here we go with another “100 greatest horror movies of all time” list. Do you agree?
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In other exciting news this week, the Welcome to Night Vale novel is out! The New York Times profiles Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor.
While the entire town of Night Vale is creepifyin’, this list centers on the scariest homes in literature.