The House on Haunted Hill

Vincent Price stars in this classic William Castle film about a group of people who make a bet with the wealthy Price. They will each get $10, 000 if they can spend one night in a spooky old mansion. Remade in 1999, 40 years later the lucky participants were offered $1 million each.

Year: 1959
Genre: Horror Movies, Cult Films / After Dark, Schlockfest, Supernatural
Country: USA
Director: William Castle
Starring: Vincent Price, Carol Omart, Richard Long
Duration: 90 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains horror scenes.
Location in store: Horror Classic



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