Tag: Donald Pleasence

Donald Pleasence: To Halloween and Back

Donald Pleasence is one of England's most well-known yet underappreciated horror legends, says TERRY SHERWOOD in this edition of Sherwood After Dark

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Death Line (1972) aka Raw Meat

Death Line (1972) starring Donald Pleasence and Christopher is a fan favourite. Here's 10 things you didn't know from SIMON BALL.

Land of the Minotaur 1976 REVIEW

Land of the Minotaur 1976 - once called 'Peter Cushing's worst film' is reviewed by DAVID SAUNDERSON

Tales That Witness Madness 1973 REVIEW

Does this Amicus imitator hit the mark? RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES investigates...

I Don’t Want To Be Born 1975 REVIEW

PETER FULLER reviews the evil-baby-themed I Don't Want To Be Born (1975) starring Joan Collins

The Hands of Orlac 1960 MINI REVIEW

The Hands of Orlac (1960) is a slightly dull remake of 1924 classic
The Uncanny 1977

The Uncanny 1977 REVIEW

PETER FULLER reviews The Uncanny (1977) with Peter Cushing, Ray Milland and Donald Pleasence

The Spirit Of Dark And Lonely Water

RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at a not-so-obvious icon of Brit-horror, the 1970s Public Information Film
Death Line aka Raw Meat

Death Line aka Raw Meat (1972) REVIEW

RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reviews 'underground' horror classic Death Line aka Raw Meat (1972)

Circus of Horrors (1960) REVIEW

Circus of Horrors is a textbook example of how to create classic horror, says NIA JONES

Halloween: You can’t kill the boogeyman!

On this most spooky of nights, REN ZELEN looks at two classic US horror films with definite British connections - Halloween and Psycho!

Eye of the Devil (1966) REVIEW

NIA JONES reviews the 1966 horror Eye of the Devil, starring David Niven, Deborah Kerr and Donald Pleasence
The Monster Club 1981

The Monster Club 1981 REVIEW

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

Death Line Soundtrack from Wil Malone

DOM COOPER tell us about Wil Malone's eerie main theme from the British 1972 Donald Pleasence horror classic Death Line
Frank Langella played up the seductive side of the Count in Dracula (1979).

5 Greatest Dracula Films You Can’t Afford to Miss

Horror film historian STEPHEN JACOBS lists his top five Dracula films for The Spooky Isles

Flesh and the Fiends 1960 REVIEW

Historical horror impresses with memorable cast and atmospheric and restrained re-telling of the infamous Burke and Hare story

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Circus Of Horrors 1960 BLU-RAY REVIEW

The Circus Of Horrors 1960 Blu-Ray release is one RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES has been waiting for...