Christopher Lee films include Curse of Frankenstein, Dracula, The Mummy, The Wicker Man and The Devil Rides Out.
Tag: Christopher Lee Films
Two Hammer classics get a deluxe Blu-ray treatment: RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at new, lavish editions of The Mummy 1959 and Frankenstein And The Monster From Hell 1974.
Leave your brain at the door when you begin watching The Terror of the Tongs 1961, says TERRY SHERWOOD
House of the Long Shadows 1983 is full of classic horror greats, but is it any good? TERRY SHERWOOD takes a look!
The Man Who Could Cheat Death 1959 remains a routine Hammer Horror despite its legendary director and stars, says TERRY SHERWOOD
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES takes a global trip through Sir Christopher Lee's posters, for some of his European efforts as well as his Hammer favourites
To celebrate Christopher Lee's 100th birthday, RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks back on his first foray into horror, Cross-Roads from 1955
She 1965 is a fun, pulp adventure with plenty of Hammer Horror stars to light up your Saturday afternoon, says TERRY SHERWOOD TITLE: She RELEASED:...
Curse Of The Crimson Altar 1968 is a good-dated thriller with moments of fun, says TERRY SHERWOOD
Corridors of Blood 1958 with Boris Karloff and Christopher Lee is a solid yet slightly clichéd historical horror film, says TERRY SHERWOOD
SIMON BALL takes a look at the Hammer classic horror, The Gorgon (1964)
BARRY McCANN reviews the Jess Franco-directed El Conde Dracula (1970) - the one with Christopher Lee as Dracula in a moustache!
I, Monster 1971 - starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing - is reviewed by SIMON BALL
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES says Scars of Dracula (1970) isn't as bad as you would think
To the Devil a Daughter 1976 is one of Hammer's least successful horrors but it's better than you think, says DAVID SAUNDERSON
Simple yet provocative, The Whip and the Body is one of Mario Bava's best
The Hands of Orlac (1960) is a slightly dull remake of 1924 classic
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reviews 'underground' horror classic Death Line aka Raw Meat (1972)
Dracula has risen from the grave review by RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES
Selene Paxton-Broooks reviews The Skull (1965) - a shockfest from Amicus!
Taste the Blood of Dracula 1970 is one of Hammer's best Dracula sequels, says SIMON BALL
SELENE PAXTON-BROOKS reviews the third Amicus horror portmanteau, The House That Dripped Blood (1970)
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES describes watching his first Hammer Horror, The Satanic Rites of Dracula!
The Hound of the Baskervilles 1959, from Hammer Horror, has a wonderfully gothic feel, says ANN MASSEY
Fu Manchu is back in The Brides of Fu Manchu and he wants to blow you up with your radio!
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