Roy Ward Baker
Vincent Price, John Carradine, James Laurenson,
Donald Pleasence, Britt Ekland, Lesley Dunlop and Richard Johnson
Format Used: Netflix DVD
Contains: Graphic Violence
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Okay, earlier we talked about one of the worst thing John Carradine was in, but I don't want you to think I hated everything
Carradine was in, that's not true. Now I want to talk to you about one of the best things Carradine was in. That's the MONSTER
CLUB, co-starring Vincent Price.
Carradine Plays R.Chetwynd-Haye, a very human writer of horror novels. After admiring his newest tale of terror outside
a book store he runs across Eramus, a starving vampire who takes a bite out of R.Chetwynd. But not enough to kill him or
transform him into a vampire. Out of gratitude and to help him with more realistic horror novels, Eramus takes him to the
Spinning three takes of monsters, murder and mayham. Some of the mosnter costumes are cheesy, but they became some of
the top selling monster masks for Halloween after that. The stories are terrorfying, the characters well written. It was
1980 PG, I think they could have shown more skin before they got to the bones in the stripper song, but what's perfect. It's
funny, it's scary, it has Vincent Price and John Carradine, it's THE MONSTER CLUB! See it!