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The Tomb of Ligeia

The memories of Verden Fel's beloved wife Ligea continue to haunt Fell as she once promise that she would never die. Ligea's presence damages the noble man's second marriage with lovely Lady Rowena.
Actors: Elizabeth Shepherd,
Elizabeth Shepherd
Elizabeth Shepherd 12 August 1936, London, England, UK
Richard Vernon,
Richard Vernon
Richard Vernon 7 March 1925, Reading, Berkshire, England, UK
Penelope Lee,
Penelope Lee
Penelope Lee 1938, Wyke Regis, England, UK
Frank Thornton,
Frank Thornton
Frank Thornton 15 January 1921, Dulwich, London, England, UK
Vincent Price,
Vincent Price
Vincent Price 27 May 1911, St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Derek Francis,
Derek Francis
Derek Francis 7 November 1923, Brighton, East Sussex, England, UK
Denis Gilmore,
Denis Gilmore
Denis Gilmore 14 August 1949, Hillingdon, Middlesex, England, UK
John Westbrook,
John Westbrook
John Westbrook 1 November 1922, Teignmouth, England, UK
Ronald Adam,
Ronald Adam
Ronald Adam 31 December 1896, Bromyard, England, UK
Oliver Johnston
Oliver Johnston
Oliver Johnston 30 April 1888, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, England, UK
Genre: ThrillerDramaHorror
Director: Roger Corman
Roger Corman
Roger Corman 5 April 1926, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Country: United Kingdom
Release: 1964
IMDb: 6.6
Duration: 81 min
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Not Coming to a Theater Near You

October 14, 2011

To have one's pulse race when turning the pages of "Ligeia" - or, indeed, while watching Corman's film - isn't merely to fall into Poe's literary trap, it's to somehow be in communion with the dead author.
Antagony & Ecstasy

November 02, 2011

An excellent conclusion to the [AIP Poe] cycle, and a fine achievement of penny-pinching filmmaking of the sort that Corman did better than anyone else.
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

March 23, 2006

interesting in a morbid sort of way.

April 05, 2006

...visually sumptuous as the fetid ambience of English ruins such as Stonehenge and a 900-year-old abbey fills every widescreen inch.... Price [is] the romantic lead and the (admirably restrained) vessel of necrophilic madness.

February 12, 2005

A creepy and atmospheric ghost movie.