“Censoring Dracula” is a featurette looking at the controversy the 1958 Hammer film caused when it was originally released
More historical adventure than horror, Stranglers of Bombay is more than gripping (and not just around your neck!)
ANDREW GARVEY reviews Hammer’s only ever werewolf film
STEWART KING reviews Island of Terror (1966)
ADAM SCOVELL reviews The Mummy (1959)
Best of Hammer Dracula sequels – Christopher Lee creates menace without speaking a single word!
ADAM SCOVELL reviews the Hammer occult classic The Devil Rides Out
ADAM SCOVELL reviews Terence Fisher’s Hammer Horror – The Brides of Dracula (1960) with Peter Cushing
Wonderful idea, great to see female baddie, but never reaches its potential
Unlike Colin Clive’s sappy mad scientist in Frankenstein (1931), Peter Cushing portrays a man who revels in lust, cruelty and murder in The Curse of Frankenstein (1957).
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!