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The Masque of the Red Death [1964] // S'mores

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Camp counselors Jackie and Greg sit around the fire for Roger Corman's THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH from 1964. Topics of discussion include Vincent Price's delicious performance, the higher pedigree of talent involved compared to Corman's other work, the film's frank treatment of satanism, and how it's basically a camp version of Bergman or Powell and Pressburger.

The monthly "S'mores" series is an offshoot from our main series, where Jackie and Greg explore films from the fringes of cinema, encompassing underground, experimental, cult, camp, genre, horror, and B-movies. "S'mores" episodes are unlocked by becoming either a Patron or Friend of the Show (see below). These episodes are released on the last Tuesday of each month. This one is complimentary!

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