Vincent Price, Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee AND John Carradine in one movie. Yep, it's true. The premise involves a young writer, fresh off the fame of one of his releases. His agent makes a bet with him on whether or not he can replicate a classic novel like "Wuthering Heights" in 24 hours. Taking the bet, the writer arrives at an old secluded manor to complete his work. He soon discovers that the house is inhabited by an old family, the Grisbanes. I enjoyed the dark atmosphere of this movie...plus, the copy I saw was a VHS dub so the picture quality was even more dark on top of that. VHS always had a certain quality to it that I liked but I digress. Like the past few films Price has been a part of, the comedy portrayed here isn't over the top and hilariously funny - if you pay attention, you may be able to pick up on the nuances. By the end of the film you'll be so turned around as to what happened since there seems to be several twists involved. I'm still not sure about the true ending because they managed to deliver it so absurdly. This isn't really a "Vincent Price" movie like many of the others he's done in the past, mainly due to him getting on in his years. His age did not hinder his performance, as he still managed to bring that "extra little something" to the screen. This would be Price's last film with Peter Cushing.