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The Tomb Of Ligeia
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Roger Corman and Vincent Price hook up for yet more horror in Edgar Allan Poe's terrifying tale of passion and possession. When a dead wife sinks her claws into immortality and comes back as a ferocious feline, she leads her husband's (Price) new bride on a deadly game of cat and mouse. And when the fur starts flying, she soon learns that even in death she can land on her feet.
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Widower Verden Fell (Vincent Price) is haunted by the memory and spirit of his late wife Ligeia who returns metamorphised into a black cat who fiercely guards the mansion of the abbey grounds where Fell lives. Fell encounters the beautiful Lady Rowena (Elizabeth Shepherd) whom he weds after a whirlwind romance. However, Ligeia's spirit casts a dark shadow over the newlyweds resulting in a great spiritual battle of wits between them all.
The Tomb of Ligeia marks the end of Vincent Price and his collaboration with Roger Corman as this was the last film they made together. Haunted mansions and abbeys, black cats, terrifying hallucinations and bloodied foxes no one does gothic horror better than Vincent Price and Roger Corman.
The Tomb of Ligeia is an unforgettable classic and the perfect film to draw to a close the magnificent partnership of Vincent Price and Roger Corman. See The Tomb of Ligeia, I recommend it and beware of the black cat...........