From a Vincent Price Exhibit interview with Valli Kemp, who played Vulnavia in Dr. Phibes Rises Again:
VPE: You shared much screen time with star Vincent Price. Obviously, as this interview is to appear on The Vincent Price Exhibit website, we are eager to hear your recollections about the man. How was he to work with?
VK: He was my mentor and friend from day one. He was like a father to me and he would send me food by cab to make sure I was eating… very thoughtful. He was always making me laugh, but he had a serious side too. He cared about people. One day, he heard I was a painter and asked to see my paintings. He was also an art critic. He loved them and arranged for an exhibition for me where we sold 30 paintings in two hours. All because he cared. He was not at all ego, was so kind and I miss him dearly. Especially when I painted him. I felt his presence, via vincentfuckingprice.
Listen to a befuddled Duke doing commentary on “Where Did I Come From?”
Learn how babby is formed.
made by filmmaker David F. Sandberg
Someone described it as “I normally can’t stand horror stuff, but this one was short enough to stomach. Once. After that, it’s all nope nope nope, and I’m never turning my lights off ever again.”
fuck that no fuck that. what the hell. fuck that.that is fucked. fuck fuck fuck that. no way. no fuckin way.
If you love horror as much as I do PLEASE do watch it. It’s so good!
I ONLY WATCHED THE FIRST 55 SECONDS BEFORE FREAKING OUT.
HOLY JESUS FUCK. It’s really good for a short horror scene, but EXPECT TO FREAK THE FUCK OUT. Just be warned.
Putting this on the blog so I can watch it when someone else is around, during the day.