Guest writer KATIE DOHERTY says living in Britain has its ups and downs. But even at its worst, the UK has Hammer Horror and that makes everything okay!
I am not demanding realism from my horror films but why can't they just punch each other in the face? (Guest Blog for Classic Horror Campaign)
This Richard Matheson-penned thriller is over-the-top but has awesome cast
A bit slow off the mark, this terror flick will keep Mummy fans happy
HAMMER Films posters were a visual blood feast with lashings of vibrant colour, sex and gore.
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!
Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter follows the good Captain (Horst Janson) and his trusty hunchback offsider Hieronymus Grost (John Cater) as they battle a vampiric scourge ravishing a Central European village.