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Blu-ray Review - The Oblong Box


Returning to Edgar Allen Poe for creative inspiration, star Vincent Price is once again the best match for the author's reserved intensity. 1969's "The Oblong Box" returns Poe to the screen, this time with a tale of body-switching, voodoo, and sibling guilt, teaming Price with Christopher Lee to goose the horror legends atmosphere. Suspense is teased throughout "The Oblong Box," but never achieved in full, leaving the bulk of the feature to the actors, who do a fine job snapping the effort out of its periodic slumber. Read the rest at


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