The House That Dripped Blood - 1971 - 6/10
Fun horror anthology boasts a strong cast.
Along with “the house,” which has proves to have a worrisome history.
Denholm Elliott opens as the blocked writer, seeing shelves with horror books, knowing he has found has ideal place to finish his latest horror mystery.
Next, Peter Cushing, a retired businessman, wanting a cozy home to read and listen to music.
Christopher Lee enters with his young daughter, a retiring child, that he attempts to keep in check.
Finally, Jon Pertwee, film ACTOR, drives up with fellow thespian, Ingrid Pitt.
Easily, the funniest chapter. Pertwee and Pitt seem to be having a blast.
Droll stories penned by Robert Bloch, tongue firmly in cheek.