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Moria describes it as "one of the most memorable of all fifties sf/horror crossovers. ... a classic and a rather fine monster movie." 1000 Misspent Hours calls it "one of the most famous sci-fi/horror movies of the 1950’s" and says, "The importance of this movie from a B-horror fan’s perspective ought to be fairly obvious. But The Fly is also significant for the development of cinematic science fiction as a whole." The New York Times says it "happens to be one of the better, more restrained entries of the "shock" school."
Vincent Price had the ultimate mad scientist voice.ReplyDelete
I love Vincent Price! One of my favorites of his films is "Laura", not horror at all, in which he plays a ne'er-do-well gigolo. That is a wonderful movie.ReplyDelete
Gene Tierney at least in that film was the most beautiful woman in the world.ReplyDelete
Oh, yes, and in The Ghost and Mrs. Muir. That's another film I love, and it has George Sanders in it, too.ReplyDelete