House of Wax movie plot

2022-03-12 08:01
Professor Jerrold Henry (Vincent Price) is a sculptor who is obsessed with art, and each of his wax sculptures come to life. He has been immersed in the study of famous figures in history, especially Marie Antoinette, the queen of King Louis XVI of France. However, his business partner, Matthew Burke (Roy Roberts), is dissatisfied with the poor returns of Jerrod's wax museum. In order to collect the money faster, the mad Matthew burned down the entire wax museum, including all the wax sculptures that Gerald regarded as treasures. After the fire, Gerald was buried in the flames and mysteriously disappeared, and Matthew got a large insurance money as he wished.
After 18 months, Gerald was miraculously "resurrected". Not only that, but Jerrod has a brand new art exhibition, a creepy and bloody show about the violence of death. Sue Allen (Phyllis Kirk) is an ordinary beautiful girl who has just become Gerald's new assistant. But Su's life becomes dangerous and disturbing when her friend is mysteriously killed. How could Sue know that she was the next perfect wax figure, Marie Antoinette, that Gerald was going to create   .
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Extended Reading
  • Angela 2022-03-25 09:01:22

    The costumes are gorgeous and the colors are beautiful. Several shots can be called classics in the classics.

  • Shirley 2022-03-17 09:01:10

    Charles Bronson really looks like a wax figure

House of Wax quotes

  • Bruce Allison: They always want a body!

  • Sue Allen: It's sort of a shock to see your head detached that way.

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