House of Wax

House of Wax
House of Wax

Year

1953

Duration

108 minutes

Genres

Horror

Language

English

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Synopsis

A minor horror classic, House of Wax stars Vincent Price as Professor Jarrod, the owner of a New York waxwork museum. When his business partner Burke sets the place on fire for the insurance money, Jarrod miraculously survives and, though badly disfigured, soon opens a new 'house of wax' boasting the most realistic, human-like models ever seen. At the same time, a masked killer is stalking the city then later stealing his victims' bodies from the morgue - but what on earth could he be using them for?

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This film contains strong language, horror and bloody violence.

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