Theater of Blood
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"A 1973 British black comedy starring Vincent Price as a Shakespearean actor who murders, one by one, the critics who panned him, copying the murders from the plays. One is beheaded in his sleep; one is drowned in a barrel at a wine-tasting, and the frustrated spinster who flirts with gay men is electrocuted under the dryer as Price, disguised as a hairdresser, recites Joan of Arc's death sentence from Henry VI, Part I: 'Because she is a maid, spare for no fagots, let there be enow.'"

From: Florence King, Stet, Dammit! The Misanthrope's Corner, 1991 to 2002 NY, 2003

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