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House of UsherThe film starring Vincent Price, Mark Damon, Myrna Fahey is directed by Roger Corman. It is about Vincent Price who is the last male in the tragic Usher family. He always is obsessed by murder, crimes of his ancestors so he believes that the death of him and his sister can end everything.Keywords:
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Directors of "House of Usher"Roger CormanBirthdate: 5 April 1926, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Creators of "House of Usher"Edgar Allan PoeBirthdate: 19 January 1809, Boston, Massachusetts, USARichard MathesonBirthdate: 20 February 1926, Allendale, New Jersey, USA
Critic Reviews of "House of Usher"VarietyAugust 18, 2008
It's not precisely the Edgar Allan Poe short story that emerges in House of Usher, but it's a reasonably diverting and handsomely mounted variation.Chicago ReaderSeptember 25, 2007
Corman's filmmaking runs on unchanneled energy and apocalyptic emotions; his is an art without craft.Time OutFebruary 09, 2006
The sickly decadence and claustrophobia of the Usher household is admirably evoked by Floyd Crosby's 'Scope photography and Daniel Haller's art direction.New York TimesMay 10, 2005
Under the low-budget circumstances, Vincent Price and Myrna Fahey should not be blamed for portraying the decadent Ushers with arch affectation, nor Mark Damon held to account.Empire MagazineOctober 14, 2014
Vincent Price starts his scary-reign in colourful gothic horror style.Radio TimesOctober 06, 2013
Lavishly produced and visually gorgeous (thanks to the atmospheric photography of Floyd Crosby), Corman's gothic creepfest is still scary after all these years.Film4October 06, 2013
The film is riddled with strangeness and decay, which more than compensate for its clunky moments.Antagony & EcstasyOctober 08, 2011
Weird and a touch silly, but despite being a B-picture made by a B-studio, neither Roger Corman nor Richard Matheson treat the film as a disposable drive-in time-waster.CinePassionFebruary 13, 2010
A classical vessel for Roger Corman's modernist anxietyTV GuideSeptember 25, 2007
A superlative Corman/AIP effort and a great beginning to a varying but always interesting series of horror films.
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