Tag Archives: Robert Fuest

And Soon the Darkness (Robert Fuest, 1970)

“Robert Fuest’s And Soon the Darkness is a taut, precision-crafted Hitchcockian thriller, drawing particular inspiration from one of the master of suspense’s most famous sequences: the crop-duster scene in North by Northwest. Like that now-classic set piece, Fuest’s film builds an escalating sense … Continue reading

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The Vincent Price Collection II (Various, 1959-1972)

“The Vincent Price Collection II trumps the sophomore slump through the inclusion of several top-notch films, an overall excellent audio-visual presentation, and a bevy of bonus materials from Shout! Factory.” Read my whole review of Shout! Factory’s admirable followup, out … Continue reading

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The Vincent Price Collection (Various, 1960-1971)

“One of the year’s essential Blu-ray box sets, boasting an excellent audiovisual presentation and loaded with exceptional extras, from Shout! Factory.” Read my review of The Vincent Price Collection, out last month in a splendid Blu-ray box set, at Slant … Continue reading

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