The Abominable Dr Phibes (1971) - Vincent Price, Joseph Cotton; Dir. by Robert Fuest

The Abominable Dr Phibes (1971)

Vincent Price and Joseph Cotton

Directed by Robert Fuest

Following a car accident, Dr Anton Phibes is believed burned to death in a car accident, while his beloved wife Victoria survives only 6 hours on Dr Vesalius' operating table. But did Phibes really die in the crash? Was it his charred body recovered from the wreckage? Proving that you really can't keep a bad person down, Phibes not only corners the market in pretty psychotically murderous assistants but also wreaks dreadful revenge, by bee sting, bat bite, locusts, rats and snow. Heaven help the psychiatrist who jokes "I'm a head shrinker!" when Phibes is within earshot. And Dr Longstreet's exhaustive exsanguination is possibly one of the nastiest deaths on film as he's drained dry to the sweet sound of Vulnavia's white violin.

The Abominable Dr Phibes (part 2)

The Abominable Dr Phibes (part 3)

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