House Of Usher

  • 1960
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Horror

A real coup for Roger Corman and AIP, HOUSE OF USHER was the first of their horror films that had a decent budget ($350,000), boasted a shooting schedule of more than 10 days (they were allowed 15), was shot in color and CinemaScope, and was "inspired" by Edgar Allan Poe. The gamble paid off and the film was a critical and commercial hit that unleashed...read more

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(Movie Clip) I Should Like To See Miss Usher
Nice opening by producer-director Roger Corman, Mark Damon as Winthrop rides through the day-after site of a convenient Hollywood Hills brush fire the (more…)
(Movie Clip) A Plague Of Evil
Roderick Usher (Vincent Price) feels the time has come to let his sister's fiance` Winthrop (Mark Damon) know just how nasty the family really is, in (more…)
(Movie Clip) Cut Into My Brain Like Knives
The often-vanishing butler (Harry Ebberle) conducts unwelcome Winthrop (Mark Damon) to his first meeting with master Roderick (Vincent Price), soon jo (more…)

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  • Rating: NR
  • Review: A real coup for Roger Corman and AIP, HOUSE OF USHER was the first of their horror films that had a decent budget ($350,000), boasted a shooting schedule of more than 10 days (they were allowed 15), was shot in color and CinemaScope, and was "inspired" by… (more)

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