I'm just not a fan of fan-made music videos. However, I am a fan of Roger Corman and his cycle of Edgar Allen Poe films (most of which starred Vincent Price), so I'm really torn over Nate Yapp's new homebrew music video.
Yapp, who runs a great website over at classic-horror.com has stitched together a well-made little Corman/Poe groove, set to Kasabian's Club Foot and featuring memorable moments from Fall of the House of Usher, Pit and the Pendulum, Tales of Terror, Tomb of Ligeia, The Raven, and The Haunted Palace.
It might not change my opinion on music video fan edits in general, but it's certainly cool enough to pass along. You can watch the whole thing after the jump.
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