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Masque of the Red Death (1989)

With a deadly plague ravaging his Renaissance kingdom, Prince Prospero invites his friends to retire to the protection of his castle for ongoing revels, leaving the peasantry to die. But ... See full summary »

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Clare Hoak ...
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Kelly Ann Sabatasso ...
Ornelia
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Isabella
Paul Michael ...
Benito
Michael Leopard ...
Paulo
Daryl Haney ...
Fabio
Gregory P. Alcus ...
Andrea (as Gregory Alcus)
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Leonardo
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Augusto (as Marc Tubert)
Charles Zucker ...
Marcello
Patrick McCord ...
Antonio
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With a deadly plague ravaging his Renaissance kingdom, Prince Prospero invites his friends to retire to the protection of his castle for ongoing revels, leaving the peasantry to die. But fate is not so easily escaped by the debauched nobility. This film is Roger Corman's second adapation of Poe's story, a remake of the earlier version starring Vincent Price. Written by Marg Baskin <marg@asd.raytheon.ca>

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Horror | Thriller

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27 October 1989 (USA)  »

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Edgar Allan Poe's Masque of the Red Death  »

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Michael York was originally considered for the role of Machiavel. See more »

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Claudio: God no longer acts in creation - he simply watches.
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Featured in 100 Years of Horror: Sorcerers (1996) See more »

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Pretty good
28 June 2001 | by See all my reviews

Compared to some versions, this one I thought was pretty good. The costumes were well done and it was done more in the classic vein of the story. Sure, it doesn't have Vincent Price ;-) but that didn't stop it from being well done and with a lot of emotion. (much better than the one with Frank Stallone!!)


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