John Wilkes Booth, Joan of Arc and a mouthful of paddleballs; a review of House of Wax in glorious 3D

Henry Jerrod is a rare bird, a wax figure sculptor of aesthetic refinement and class, though maybe a wee bit eccentric. Desiring insurance money, his callous philistine business partner Matthew Burke burns down their museum with Jerrod trapped inside. Assumed dead, the sculptor survives but as a murderous wretch who repopulates his new museum with wax-coated corpses.

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John Wilkes Booth, Joan of Arc and a mouthful of paddleballs; a review of House of Wax in glorious 3D