March 9

The Last Man on Earth, 1964 & A Conversation with Victoria Price

Welcome back to another installment of Saturday Night Movie Sleepovers! This week Dion Baia and J. Blake are covering an absolute classic, a movie based on the famous novel by Richard Matheson, I am Legend , that was even cited by auteur George Romero as a direct inspiration for his film Night of the Living Dead, which basically created an entire zombie horror subgenre. We are first talking about Vincent Price, and then his groundbreaking film, The Last Man on Earth, from 1964.The Last Man on Earth

The boys explore this highly underrated classic and it’s influence on the entire zombie, vampirepost-apocalyptic and Italian zombie genres, and also the influence of it’s legendary star, Vincent Price. They get into the original groundbreaking novel by Matheson and the differences between this version as well as the other film incarnations that followed.

Victoria Price / Book cover

But more importantly as a bonus, the boys speak exclusively with Vincent Price’s daughter Victoria Price about her new book, The Way of Being Lost: A Road Trip to My Truest Self . In their in-depth interview they discuss the inspiration that inspired the book and her journey on the road to happiness, and rediscovering joy in the world, as well as what it was like being the daughter of such an esteemed Hollywood mega-couple. And also touch on the legendary but little known industrial designer and family friend, Henry Dreyfuss.

So come on down and listen to Blake and Dion show some love to such an underrated classic, AND check out this great, exclusive interview with Victoria Price in this all new and exciting episode of Saturday Night Movie Sleepovers!


Check out The Last Man on Earth in it’s entirety, courtesy of YouTube!

Have a listen to the complete audiobook of I am Legend !

Take a listen to the 2006 BBC 7 audio-play adaptation of I am Legend !

As discussed in the podcast, take a listen to Vincent Price‘s amazing monologueThe Black Widow” in the Alice Cooper song Devil’s Food, beginning at the 1:30 mark.

And of course, here is Michael Jackson‘s Thriller video, featuring Vincent Price.