The Masque of the Red Death

1964

Horror /

2
IMDb Rating 7.1

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by BaronBl00d ([email protected])

Roger Corman has done an outstanding job with this film, possibly the bestof his Poe adaptations. Although the film really is an incorporation of twoPoe stories....The Masque of the Red Death and Hop-Frog...it is anexcellent, atmospheric, quality piece of entertainment. At the core of thefilm's strength are the performance of Price as the evil, malignant,malicious Prince Prospero, follower of the devil and cruel sovereign of anarea plagued with a all-consuming Red Death, and the fabulous period setsand costumes, many borrowed from the film Beckett. Price is at his best,and his turn as Prospero easily ranks as his most sinister and wickedperformance(closely running against his portrayal of a witch hunter in TheConquerer Worm). Vincent Price blends outrageous showmanship with intricatesubtleties of a man reasoning why he is what he is. The dialogue certainlyis more important than the action in the story...a reason why someviewers(younger ones more than likely) will find film a bit tiresome. Thesets and costumes are just gorgeous and the film looks like the most lavishever made by Corman and company. A true modern masterpiece of the horrorcinema!

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Reviewed by Infofreak

Roger Corman frequently gets a hard time from misguided movie snobs who lookdown on b-grade and exploitation movies. While Corman undoubtedly wasinvolved in more than his fair share of silly schlock (usually as a producerrather than a director), he also made some wonderful movies that arecriminally underrated. Some of his best movies as a director were the seriesof Edgar Allen Poe adaptations he made in the Sixties starring horror legendVincent Price. 'The Masque Of The Red Death' is quite possibly the very bestin the series. It is certainly the most unusual and imaginative. Now I'm notsure whether it was filmed in Britain or not, but Price is supported by alargely British cast which includes Jane Asher ('The Stone Tape'), HazelCourt (Hammer's 'Curse Of Frankenstein'), and the legendary character actorPatrick Magee ('Dementia 13', 'A Clockwork Orange'). That and the fact thatthe cinematographer is none other than Nic Roeg(!), later to become famousfor such classics as 'Performance', 'Don't Look Now' and 'The Man Who FellTo Earth', leads me to believe that it was made in England. The involvementof the aforementioned, and a strong script co-written by the talentedCharles Beaumont (try and track down some of his short stories, you'll beimpressed), make this a memorable experience. But Corman's direction shouldbe given credit, and the single best thing about it is Vincent Pricehimself, who gives one of his very best performances. This movie has it all,striking visuals, an intriguing plot (with a stronger Satanic theme thangenerally seen in most mainstream horror movies), good acting, suspense,plenty of atmosphere, and some striking dream-like imagery many havecompared to Bergman's 'Seventh Seal'. 'The Masque Of The Red Death' is oneof Roger Corman's greatest achievements and one of the very best horrormovies made in the 1960s. It has lost very little of its impact over theyears and is still essential viewing for any horror fan, or anybody whoappreciates imaginative cinema.

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Reviewed by didi-5

Possibly the best of the Roger Corman-Vincent Price series of filmadaptations of the stories of Edgar Allen Poe, 'The Masque of the Red Death'is a chilling and malevolent tale of decadent devil-worshippers holed up ina castle while the Red Death claims its victims in the villageoutside.<br><br>Vincent Price was a gloriously hammy actor who played horror roles with theutmost seriousness. His characterization of Prince Prospero in this movieis brilliant - a man without a soul or heart who is only conquered when agirl of equal faith enters his castle (the wooden Jane Asher as Francesca). In support Hazel Court as the would-be Bride of Satan Juliana, and PatrickMagee as the corrupt Alfredo are particularly worthy ofnote.<br><br>The dwarf's revenge on Alfredo during the masque is as chilling as anythingwhich came before in films such as 1932's 'Freaks'; while the film shimmerswith beautiful cinematography (especially the coloured rooms) and simmerswith corruption. The combined effect is superb and makes the film amemorable experience.

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