ANDREW GARVEY reviews The Silent Scream, the seventh episode in Hammer House of Horror TV Series – the one with Peter Cushing!
Review of the Freddie Francis-directed Hammer Horror “The Evil of Frankenstein” (1964)
The first of the Amicus anthology horrors, Dr Terror’s House of Horrors (1965), delivers a train ride of spooky fun
The day has finally arrived. Hammer has released the new restored version of Dracula (1958).
“Censoring Dracula” is a featurette looking at the controversy the 1958 Hammer film caused when it was originally released
Today marks the 25th anniversary of Peter Cushing’s final appearance on Wogan
Spooky Isles is co-hosting two classic Hammer Horrors with the Alibi Film Club in London during March
Peter Cushing in top form, heads a stellar cast, as a local vicar with a terrible secret!
STEWART KING reviews Island of Terror (1966)
An original featurette promoting Dracula AD 1972
A PUBLIC footpath more than 200 years old could stop JD Wetherspoon from building a beer garden at the back of its Peter Cushing pub in Oxford Street. Bosses want to create a 220 square metre walled garden which could seat up to 120 customers. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE
Forty years ago today, the grooviest of Hammer’s Draculas was released in cinemas – Dracula AD 1972
ADAM SCOVELL reviews The Mummy (1959)
ADAM SCOVELL reviews Terence Fisher’s Hammer Horror – The Brides of Dracula (1960) with Peter Cushing
STEPHEN MOSLEY reviews the final film in Hammer’s Karnstein Trilogy – Twins of Evil!