Most Entertaining instructional video for a camera ever.
This was one of Vincent Price's last works, but the creative spirit which he brings to his acting is still evident. Despite the fact that this film is really an instructional video for a Mishika camera, it is still enjoyable to watch, mainly because Mr. Price is so darn creepy. After all, in what other instructional video are you going to find Vincent Price addressing your average suburban family on camera instructions? Although there are occasional times when it is obvious Mr. Price is reading from cue cards, the occasional references to his other films are entertaining for the die-hard Price fan. Especially recommended is the opening and ending sequence, both taking place on a set resembling the "House of Wax" movie set.
If you somehow find this film, I highly recommend you watch it. It will remind you what a talented actor Price was, though it isn't itself the most thrilling thing he has ever done.
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