Tag: Amicus Films

These are Amicus films from the 1960s and 1970s, including a series of portmanteau horror films.

Peter Cushing in From Beyond the Grave (1974)

From Beyond the Grave (1974) REVIEW

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From Beyond the Grave (1974) is one of Amicus' finest horror anthologys, says SELENE PAXTON-BROOKS

Asylum (1972) and The House That Dripped Blood (1970) Blu-ray Review

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RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES gets a sneak peek at Amicus' Asylum (1972) and The House That Dripped Blood (1970) on Blu-ray.
Tales from the Crypt 1972

Tales From The Crypt 1972 REVIEW

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RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES calls it “the quintessential Amicus film” - a look back at 1972's Tales From The Crypt
The Beast Must Die

The Beast Must Die 1974 REVIEW

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SIMON BALL reviews The Beast Must Die (1974)
I monster 1971

I, Monster (1971) REVIEW

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SIMON BALL reviews I, Monster (1971) starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing

Torture Garden (1967) Review

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SELENE PAXTON-BROOKS reviews Amicus' second horror portmanteau, Torture Garden (1967)

The Skull (1965) REVIEW

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Selene Paxton-Broooks reviews The Skull (1965) - a shockfest from Amicus!
Asylum 1972

Asylum 1972 REVIEW

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CARL SYKES says the cream of British talent sets Asylum 1972 apart from other Amicus anthologies

The Psychopath (1966) REVIEW

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Creepy serial killer fest from masters of horror Freddie Francis and Robert Bloch!
the house that dripped blood

The House That Dripped Blood 1970 REVIEW

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SELENE PAXTON-BROOKS reviews the third Amicus horror portmanteau, The House That Dripped Blood (1970)

Dr Terror’s House of Horrors 1965 REVIEW

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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

The Deadly Bees 1966 MINI REVIEW

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The Deadly Bees is a Bee-grade thriller, not a geniune shocker.
The Monster Club 1981

The Monster Club 1981 REVIEW

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JULIE MORRISROE reviews the last Amicus Horror Film, The Monster Club 1981

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