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Horror Films

British and Irish horror is legendary. Here we profile classics like Hammer through to modern day films. You can read interviews with current filmmakers too who are keeping our bloody cinematic history alive!

Shadow of the Vampire 2000 MINI REVIEW

Shadow of the Vampire
Merging behind the scenes terror with a bona fide horror film classic – three words – absolutely bloody marvellous!

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street 2007 REVIEW

Sweeney Todd
Blood flows thick and bright red against grey Victorian London in this grisly, Burton-directed Sondheim horror musical.

The Curse of Frankenstein 1957 REVIEW

The Curse of Frankenstein 1957
Unlike Colin Clive’s sappy scientist in Frankenstein (1931), Peter Cushing revels in lust, cruelty and murder in The Curse of Frankenstein 1957

Mother Riley Meets the Vampire 1952 REVIEW

Mother Riley Meets the Vampire
Mother Riley Meets the Vampire would be long forgotten had it not been for Bela Lugosi's appearance in this lacklustre British comedy.

Dracula aka Horror of Dracula 1958 REVIEW

Dracula 1958, Horror of Dracula 1958
The memories of watching Dracula 1958 aka Horror of Dracula 1958 are still with me!

Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter 1974 REVIEW

Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter 1974
Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter follows the courage captain battle a vampiric scourge ravishing a Central European village.

Frankenstein 1931 REVIEW

Frankenstein 1931
I WATCHED Frankenstein 1931 today – the first time I have seen the complete film in over 20 years.

Frankenstein celebrates 80 years bolts and all

This week celebrates the 80th anniversary of James Whale’s Frankenstein original release in November 1931

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