Vincent Lyce’s films have spanned many years. The following provides a brief summary of but a few of the classics.
|Wanda the Wanton Werewolf (1969)
Directed by Clive Mendelson and starring Priscilla Clarke and introducing the young Vincent Lyce in this epic tale of the sex crazed, effeminate werewolf who terrorised his local neighbourhood with horrific acts of mastication.
|Spurt Again My Lovely (1970)
The then up and coming director, Malcolm Tweddle, directed this classic where Vincent starred alongside great talents such as Priscilla Clarke, Dorian Spoonpacker, Millicent Amore and Dandy Daniels to create the spine chilling reign of a serial killing transvestite in New York.
|When Death Knocks Don’t Answer (1974)
Directed by Dickie Mountford a triumph of misery and mayhem as Vincent Lyce starred with Nathaniel Dylan as the serial killing household products salesman who famously used a poison tipped toilet brush to reap his revenge on his employer.
|Torture Tomb II (1975)
Directed by Dickie Mountford, a masterpiece of the horror genre, where Vincent Lyce stars as Dr Peabody the crazed government scientist intent on world domination leading his army of hideously mutated newts. Who could forget the magnificent performance of Darren Knight as the head newt?
|Dumps of Death (1976 – 84)
Probably Vincent Lyce’s best known series of movies all directed by Dickie Mountford. Vincent starred as a ‘garbo’ in the first ‘dump’ alongside his first wife Delores De Mornay as well as taking subsequent ‘dumps’ with Faye Starquist, Dorian Spoonpacker, Felicity Poop-Trolley and Millicent Amore and introducing Sandra Heffer. Their unique portrayal of a variety of corpses disposed of on the council tip making movie history.
|Fangs for the Memory (1976)
Directed by Andrew Lood-Nobber it brought standing ovations across the world as Vincent starred with Peter Van Tassel in the all singing all dancing sing-a-long werewolf movie.
The Mummies Sing Again (1977)
A musical triumph directed by Timothy Tootle saw Vincent shoot into the pop charts with toe tappers like ‘Embalming Tonight’ and ‘Wrap up Forever’
The Marsh Muncher Returns (1978)
Dickie Mountford directed this classic line up with Vincent starring with Nathaniel Dylan and Peter Van Tassel in the dark horror classic exploring mime, menstruation and mullets.
The Awful Dr Psycho (1981)
Directed by Stephanie Spoolreel, this was critically acclaimed as one of Vincent’s best performances (by the Mildura Gazette) as we bore witness to his portrayal of a transmogrifying maniac who scared a generation with his shower knifing full frontal nudity scenes.
Gothic Glamour (1984)
The movie responsible for creating the gothic fashion scene. Andrew Loob Nobber directed Vincent as the psychotic bisexual fashion designer driven to blend new romanticism and gothic fashion to make the whole world realise black is the new everything.
|The Final Curtain (1985)
The classic duo of Dickie Mountford as Director and Vincent as the star return once more to re claim Vincent’s crown as the Sheikh of Shivers, the Master of the Macabre, the Doctor of Doom, the Lord of Lycanthropy, the Captain of Carnage, the Chief of Chills, the Duke of Devilry, the Earl of the Eerie and the Prince of Palpitations….could this be Vincent Lyce’s Final Curtain?