Movies Madhouse (AIP 1974, Vincent Price, Peter Cushing) Published 1 month ago on January 18, 2019 Vincent Price and Peter Cushing headline this satire about a washed-up horror-film actor who teams up with a writer to revive his Dr. Death television series. Things go awry when members of the cast and crew begin to turn up dead, killed in ways eerily similar to plots from the old TV series. Director Jim Clark uses clips from old Roger Corman films featuring Vincent Price to serve as reenactments of the murders. The TV interviewer is played by Michael Parkinson, one of the most popular and busiest interviewers on British TV. Known as The King of Chat,” Parkinson had just started his long-running program, Parkinson, when Madhouse was filmed.” production details UK – US | AIP | 92 minutes | 1974 Director: Jim Clark Producers: Max J. Rosenberg, Milton Subotsky Director of Photography: Ray Parslow Editor: Clive Smith Composer: Douglas Gamley Screenwriters: Ken Levison, Greg Morrison Production Designer: Tony Curtis cast Vincent Price as Paul Toombes Peter Cushing as Herbert Flay Robert Quarry as Oliver Quayle Adrienne Corri as Faye Linda Hayden as Elizabeth Peters Natasha Pyne as Julia Wilson Michael Parkinson as T.V. Interviewer Barry Dennen as Gerry Blount Ellis Dayle as Alfred Peters (as Ellis Dale) Catherine Willmer as Louise Peters Jenny Lee Wright as Carol Clayton Adrienne CorriAIPBarry DennenCatherine WillmerCrimeEllis DayleGreg MorrisonHorrorJenny Lee-WrightJim ClarkKen LevisonLinda HaydenMichael ParkinsonMysteryNatasha PynePeter CushingRobert QuarryThrillerVincent Price Advertisement advertisement and this just in Episodes6 hours ago Your Worst Nightmare: Behind the Barn (S5EP8 ID Sat 23 Feb 2019) Behind the Barn: When 20-year-old college student Kristy Ray is kidnapped from her home in rural Tippah County, Miss., in... Episodes6 hours ago Ghost Adventures: Gates of Hell House (S15EP12 Travel Sat 23 Feb 2019) Gates of Hell House: The crew investigate intense paranormal activity at “the Freakling Bros., Trilogy of Terror,” an infamous haunted... Episodes6 hours ago Who’s Stalking Me? (Lifetime Sat 23 Feb 2019, Chelsea Ricketts, Michael Welch) Following a near-death experience when an attacker breaks into her home, Amanda can’t shake the feeling that she’s still in... Episodes6 hours ago Ransom: Black Dolphin (S3EP2 CBS Sat 23 Feb 2019) Black Dolphin: The FBI asks Eric to use his negotiating expertise to convince the brainwashed survivor of an internet predator... Episodes6 hours ago Heart of Darkness: Gambling With the Devil (S1EP3 ID Sat 23 Feb 2019) Gambling With the Devil: When the police arrive on the scene, a few blocks from the Isle Casino in Pompano... search EPISODES Episodes6 hours ago Love on the Menu (Hallmark 23 Feb 2019, Autumn Reeser, Kavan Smith) When chef Hank makes a deal with frozen food executive Maggie to save his restaurant, their unexpected attraction complicates matters,... Episodes1 day ago The Cool Kids: Sid’s First Relationship (S1EP3 FOX Fri 22 Feb 2019) Sid’s First Relationship: The gang rallies around Sid to help him through his commitment issues to new beau John. Meanwhile,... Episodes1 day ago Speechless: G-A– GAME N-I– NIGHT (S3EP15 ABC Fri 22 Feb 2019) G-A– GAME N-I– NIGHT: When Maya insists that it’s time to meet Izzy, a reluctant JJ arranges a game night... advertisement MOVIES Movies1 week ago Private Worlds (Paramount 1935, Charles Boyer, Claudette Colbert) Charles Boyer stars as the new superintendent of a progressive mental hospital. His apparent coldness first arouses resentment among the... Movies1 week ago Yucatán (2018, Luis Tosar, Stephanie Cayo) In farcical comedy Yucatán a pair of white collar thieves compete fiercely against each other trying to steal from an... Movies1 week ago The Breaker Upperers (Netflix Fri 15 Feb 2019, Jackie van Beek, Madeleine Sami) Two women run a business breaking up couples for cash but when one develops a conscience their friendship unravels. production... MY TV TONIGHTWhat's on and when. Broadcast, cable and streaming... BRITISH FILM 1930-1990The Viewer's Guide to British Film 1930-1990 Indepth guide to six decades of cinema in the UK.