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Vincent Price and Peter Cushing star in this 1970s horror about an actor with a mysterious past. After being accused and aquitted of his fiancée's murder, successful horror film star Paul Toombes (Price) is put in an institution. Years later he returns to his former role of Dr. Death in a new television series, working with his writer friend Herbert Flay (Cushing). Paul realises his past has come back to haunt him, however, when the murders carried out by Dr. Death are replicated in real life on the cast and crew...
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On being acquitted for the murder of his wife for which he was accused, with his career in decline he suffers a mental breakdown. He is offered the chance to make a comeback in his career by starring in a TV series based on the Dr Death films ...albeit with eventual tragic consequences.
Vincent Price is excellent as the mentally troubled Paul Toombes with great supporting performances from horror legend Peter Cushing, Robert Quarry and Adrienne Corri. The legendary talk show host Michael Parkinson makes an appearance as he interviews Paul in a scene on his career.
I love Vincent Price. He truly is an extraordinary talent and Madhouse is an understated British horror masterpiece. A great horror film.
Most people have a widescreen TV and most players will zoom, but why are we forced to endure expensive and inferior 4:3 discs with a letterboxed 16:9 image these days? OK the cost of remastering to a new ratio is probably more than the film is going to recoup but blimey this is poor. Its like 50% of your screen is wasted. I did zoom it in and it was OK apart from the "jaggies"
The film itself is great and I had not seen it before. I am now on the look out for a better copy on another label