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Tower of London

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In 15th-century England, Richard III (Vincent Price) desperately wants the throne, but his ailing brother, King Edward IV (Justice Watson), instead bestows it upon his other sibling, Clarence (Richard McCauly). This sends Richard into a homicidal rage, resulting in Clarence's murder and the deaths and torture of many others who could keep the crown from the crazed man. But as the mayhem continues, Richard's sanity slips, and the ghosts of the murdered men begin to haunt the beleaguered royal.

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Critic Reviews for Tower of London

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  • With so many difficulties, this is not the director's finest work... He manages to squeeze in a signature raven, but where his previous work with Price thundered, this film is reduced to gently rapping.

    February 16, 2017 | Rating: 2.5/5 | Full Review…
  • The story is hampered by too many repetitive scenes of Richard being confronted by the ghosts of those he killed, but Price is compelling as the mad ruler (even if some of his bellows sound like Walter Matthau doing Neil Simon).

    February 20, 2016 | Rating: 2.5/4 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Tower of London

  • Sep 05, 2010
    This is a remake of the 30s movie of the same name, which also has Vincent Price, but in a different role, ironically he plays the guy who killed his character in the original. I like both movies, but Price is the main character in this one. The story is good, and the actors are great. I really like this movie.
    Aj V Super Reviewer
  • Aug 23, 2008
    Vincent Price always shook me up as a kid, and each time I see him I remember why. He was a great actor in his day, who is like him in this day and age, No One. He always played with the best and beautiful female actors. This one was on a double disk that I rented and it was worth adding to a collection.
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