Vincent Price Presents, Volume Five: Three Radio Dramatizations
The Gothic horror tradition of film icon Vincent Price is revived in these twisted radio plays that transplant the best of the horror genre into innovative and bizarre landscapes for these unforgettable stories, which include horrific transformations, twisting plots, perversions of science, labyrinthine castles, Gothic dread, surreal revelations, and a little unexpected genre-bending.
Now The Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air, in Association with Bluewater Productions, brings you Vincent Price Presents - featuring stories of horror and suspense inspired by some of Mr. Price’s most famous films, as well as creating new frightening tales with the assistance of his estate. Now.... turn the lights out... sit back... and welcome to... the macabre world of Vincent Price.
"Spirit Radio", from a story by William Tooker. When his hot-air balloon crashes, a wealthy playboy finds himself perched on the brink of two worlds. His only hope of returning to the life he once knew: a mysterious radio the inhabitants of the island are obsessed with. "A Skunk's Tale, from a story by Chad Helder. In this special episode, adorable forest animals meet the apocalyptic zombie horde! Young Stevie the Skunk only wants to stink like the other boys at school. When he makes a devil's bargain with a sinister and powerful owl, all hell breaks loose. Don't miss this twisted tale of adolescent angst and zombiehood. It's only cute until the horror begins.
"The House of the Raven", from a story by Clay and Susan Griffith. Aubrey Pitt is a 1930s magician/gentleman detective known as The Raven. He is a suave fixture of high society as a crime solver and occult expert. When the Raven is summoned to a mysterious meeting with a wicked old colleague, he is presented with a puzzle worthy of his extraordinary talents. If he fails to solve it, he dies. If he succeeds, he lives in misery. This is a sinister tale of mystery and magic, demons and cocktail parties, and lederhosen - as only Vincent Price could imagine!