House on Haunted Hill (1959) Colorized Cult Film | Vincent Price Horror, Mystery, Movie

The doors are locked at midnight! A millionaire offers $10,000 to five people who agree to be locked in a large, spooky, rented house overnight with him and his wife.

Directors: William Castle, Rosemary Horvath
Writer: Robb White
Stars: Vincent Price, Carol Ohmart, Richard Long
Genres: Classics, Cult Film, Horror, Mystery
Budget: $200,000

CCC CHAPTERS: in the general comments, tell us your favorite scene or line in the movie, with a time stamp & we will add it here!
00:00 Full Length Movie
10:26 Would you go away for $1 million
24:19 Scare the crap
35:26 Meet the players
35:58 Rules of the game
1:09:55 Puppet master & manipulator




43 Replies to “House on Haunted Hill (1959) Colorized Cult Film | Vincent Price Horror, Mystery, Movie”

  1. I love these types of movies that give me nightmares at night. A truly great horror movie! TY for sharing this. God Bless You & stay safe.

  2. The giants of Horror…. Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, John Carradine, Bela Lagosi, Boris Karloff… and Price… Whose voice and mustache sells the movies he stars in!

  3. At 1:00:3 , I like her feet upclose in this movie because I have a foot fetish too you know even , But I’ve never watched this movie before in so many years but my grandparents watched this movie over 60 years ago back in theaters and tonight it’s still airing back on METV but this is the first time I’ve saw this one segment in color .

  4. I remember how much this movie frightened me as a little kid. Many years later I found out this movie was filmed near where the LaBianca murders took place.

  5. While I love this movie, I question whether you can actually call it a horror movie rather than a mystery/suspense movie because… well, you know how it ends.

  6. 45:06 SUICIDE!?!? ???????? Are you ****ing kidding me, that's you're cause of death for a woman that was found hanging in the middle of a staircase with the rope tied off on the bottom banister? How did she jump? ???? Sound's like the beginnings of an excellent murder/mystery plot ; or maybe blackmail ???? oops saying to much now ???? lol enjoy the movie

  7. I like this movie, but with the willingness to say that it’s one of the cheesiest films ever made. Watson Pritchard is all about the house being haunted, but meanwhile everything that happens is part of a plan to murder Frederick Loren who happens to be fully aware of the plan and in turn has plans of his own. The sequence of events takes impeccable and improbable timing that only William Castle can make entertaining.

  8. In a way this movie was pretty ballsy. You have this build up in the intro by Watson Prichatd that this house was truly haunted. Then by the end it was just the machinations of Vincent Price, his wife, and her lover. Even though we saw no ghosts in this entire movie, Prichard proclaims that the ghosts were coming after him and the movie ends????. If they pulled that kind of plotline in todays cinema the public would tear that movie to shreds.

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