Sunday, 16 October 2011

House of Wax - REVIEW

Film of the Day #223/ 300

One of the great horror classics, House of Wax is a disturbing and unsettling atmospheric masterpiece that showcases Vincent Price at his sinister best in this tale of psychotic revenge and obsession. Directed by Andre De Toth, in 1953, House of Wax pioneered cinemas revolutionary third-dimension and inspired an entire generation of horror flicks. Creepy, eerie, menacing and distressing, House of Wax is still a terrifying movie that continues alarm and chill audiences. However, please ensure you’re primed to view the original; as the only thing scary about the remake is Paris Hilton’s acting!