Amicus Productions was a British film company, active between 1962 and 1977. The company, founded by Milton Subotsky and Max Rosenberg, was responsible for creating many classic horror films, including portmanteau horror.
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reviews The Deadly Bees 1966
Amicus Productions was a stable of 1960s British Horror. TERRY SHERWOOD goes back to his childhood to rank the studio's best horror anthologies
From Beyond the Grave (1974) is one of Amicus' finest horror anthologys, says SELENE PAXTON-BROOKS
CHRIS NEWTON recalls the horrific but hilarious The League of Gentlemen Christmas special 2000
PETER FULLER provides 17 things you must know about Scream and Scream Again (1970)
Tales From The Crypt 1972 is the quintessential Amicus film, says RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES
Amicus Productions take their second trip through the EC Comics catalogue. RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES visits The Vault Of Horror (1973).
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES talks about Doctors in Horror Films...
SIMON BALL reviews The Beast Must Die 1974
I, Monster 1971 - starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing - is reviewed by SIMON BALL
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reveals how British horror films like Hammer and Amicus influenced European fright flicks
Torture Garden 1967 is Amicus' second horror anthology film, reviewed by SELENE PAXTON-BROOKS
Selene Paxton-Broooks reviews The Skull (1965) - a shockfest from Amicus!
CARL SYKES says the cream of British talent sets Asylum 1972 apart from other Amicus anthologies
The Psychopath 1966 is a rare Freddie Francis Amicus treat, says SELENE PAXTON-BROOKS
SELENE PAXTON-BROOKS reviews the third Amicus horror portmanteau, The House That Dripped Blood (1970)
Dr Terror's House of Horrors 1965 is the first of the Amicus anthology horrors, delivering a train ride of spooky fun, says DAVID SAUNDERSON
JULIE MORRISROE reviews the last Amicus Horror Film, The Monster Club 1981