As there’s no chance of getting out to the shops for the usual January sales, how about checking out these fantastic Vincent Price themed goodies in our Vincent Price store
There are two gorgeous posters illustrated by Graham Humphreys, a glow-in-the-dark tee, Vincent’s wonderful musings about the great women in his life, and a knock-out EP featuring Vincent reading Poe’s The Conqueror Worm to a mind-tripping electronic beat.
Today marks Vincent Price’s 105th birthday and to celebrate we have two fantastic announcements. The second will follow shortly in a separate post, but first we have a special offer for you.
Grab one of our limited edition T-shirts this Bank Holiday weekend and you’ll get £5.00 off the normal price of £18. You can head to For Sale at the tope of this page or use the links below to make your purchase. However, if you are coming to one of our Theatre of Blood walks in July and want to save on postage, use the Contact/Mailing List link at the top of this page to reserve your purchase. This offer ends 12m’t Monday 30 May.
Featuring retro Glow-In-The-Dark green ink, our An Evening With Edgar Allan Poe T-shirt is based on the design from the original promo art used in Vincent’s 1970 TV special and comes in medium and large sizes.
Created especially for the annual walking tours of the London locations used in the 1973 black comedy horror, Theatre of Blood, this classic black T-shirt features Vincent Price in his greatest role, the vengeful Shakespearean actor Edward Lionheart, and comes in medium and large sizes.
Over in the US, Terror Vision have released Jim Manzie’s score to Jeff Burr’s 1989 horror flick, From A Whisper To a Scream, on 180 gram black vinyl, as well in an assortment of colours (depending on if you are a subscriber or mail order). Check out the main theme at the bottom of this post.
It comes packaged in retro style ‘Tip-On’ gatefold jacket with color inner sleeve (featuring some quite hideous artwork) and liner notes by Burr and Manzie (who was thrilled to learn that Vincent Price was attached to the indie project).
Now if you live in the UK, I’ve been able to track down the local outlets where you add this release to your VP soundtrack collection.