"Vincent Price named this as one of his favorite roles, and it's easy to see why. He gets to cut loose with unrestrained glee with some of Shakespeare's most famous lines. The cast is uniformly excellent, with what seems like all of the top British character actors of the period. The script is witty, although the plot becomes predictable. There is more blood than was generally allowed in 1972, but by today's standards this would be a PG-13 movie. An interesting idea would be to watch Theater Of Blood in sections. Perhaps after you've watched another movie, and would like to watch a few more scenes, but not another complete movie. Because of its structure, this one could be enjoyed a bite at a time, so to speak."