By Julie D. Griffin
~ Each person invited to this party gets a gun, a cigar, and a bottle of whiskey.
One woman found a head in her room. The hostess of the party who keeps her dignity at all times looks for no trouble, and finds none at first. Desperate for more money due to some rather saavy reasons for money needs ~ Ten-thousand dollars, the amount at issue, they say the dead man had a million or more under his belt. The house of this particular dead man is highly haunted and as the variable of the two films by the same name, the 1959 black and white version where Vincent Price plays an eccentric millionaire and as the variable of the 1999 remake. “Of all of my wives, you’re the least agreeable ~ Would you go away for a million?” And with Vincent and his wife in grave need of marriage counseling, and with two loose heads just floating around and some unexplainable chopped up body parts stuck in places, for some strange reason one guest at the party notes before the clock strikes the gala hour.
The one most important thing to note about Annabelle Loren (Carolyn Craig) who plays the wife of Frederick Loren (Vincent Price), while watching the classic black and white horror genre film, she does want to watch out for the younger woman of the haunted house. At the same time, her husband remarks that he would kill her if he could. He seems to have a special gift to make grown people just disappear. A record level of combination analogy, a factor that speaks out loud during the second film, as that later film opens, several dark-headed women remind each other that the isolated state found of them means that now ~ No one will now hear their cries either. Also, just as the latter film illuminated, all of the murders which wild and violent thereby leaving the delightful realm of ordinary stabbings and shootings, the imagination waxes over while the director here devised elaborate ways to rid himself of the evil. An adult Willie Wonka film, the prize of the ten-thousand dollars to the survivor the art of broiling a victim. Whether acid or hot chocolate syrup, the fromage’ ~ A ghost woman also appears as a type of blond ambition silhouette on black. Several things about the film remain a present mystery to this very day. Why one would keep an active acid vat at the bottom of a basement, and why load a gun with blanks? And finally, when, where and how does true justice arise?