DOM COOPER explains how a classic horror star influenced Northampton Goth Rock outfit Bauhaus
Banned three times by British Censors, how can this not be a good film?
CHRISTOPHER PAGE reviews Tod Browing’s Dracula (1931)
Who is your favourite Dracula? The Spooky Isles talks to horror film historian Alan Frank about the merits of two leading contenders for the King of the Vampires – Christopher Lee and Bela Lugosi.
Horror film historian STEPHEN JACOBS lists his top five Dracula films for The Spooky Isles
Mother Riley Meets the Vampire would be long forgotten had it not been for Bela Lugosi’s appearance in this lacklustre British comedy.
I DARTED to our local shopping centre the minute its new video store opened in the late 1980s. As I’ve said in this blog before trying to watch Hammer Horror in Geelong, Australia, in my youth was near impossible. But the opening of Video Ezy brought forth the unimaginable – a pristine copy of Horror of Dracula!