Well, the undead fat lady is about to sing for 32 Days of Halloween. As we’ve been sifting through the madness of the season, we hope you’ve enjoyed yourselves. If so, do let us know. That’s how we decide if there’s going to be a Part VII or not. As always, we try to launch the final day with the various and sundry bits that didn’t seem to fit anywhere else. And that seems to sum up our first video, which is part of a training vid that Vincent Price recorded for Sears. Sears Roebuck had The Vincent Price Collection of art available for sale…and no, we’re not talking stuff like prints by Giger and Wrightson…Price was a Serious Art Guy. Showing here…
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For an article giving you the backstory on the Collection–plus a PDF of one of the catalogs (nice)–check out this link.
Next we take you to a relatively recent re-release of one of Peter Cushing‘s autobiographies, Past Forgetting, which was recorded as an abridged audiobook by…Peter Cushing. It was released on CD for the first time in 2010 by Cosmic Hobo and, sadly, does not appear to have a digital download option. So you’ll be snagging it from the UK if you want it (and you’re on this side of the pond). Here’s a snippet:
You can get it from Cosmic Hobo as a two CD set here.
And lastly…there is this. And it will Melt Your Brain.
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