Tag: Freddie Francis
Final installment of Feud: Bette And Joan has an unexpected bonus for British Horror Fans, RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reveals
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES goes underground to review Trog (1970)
Paranoiac 1963 is a psychological thriller with touches of Gothic Psycho mad fun.
Son of Dracula 1974 is a film 'worse than you could possibly imagine, says reviewer JIM IVERS
Dracula has risen from the grave review by RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES
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!
The Psychopath 1966 is a rare Freddie Francis Amicus treat, says SELENE PAXTON-BROOKS
ADAM SCOVELL reviews the Freddie Francis-directed Hammer Horror The Evil of Frankenstein 1964
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 is a Bee-grade thriller, not a geniune shocker.
The Creeping Flesh 1973 fails to deliver despite its cast, says guest writer BUSTY McGINTY