Tag: Michael Gough

Michael Gough (1916-2011) was a British character actor, known for his roles in horror films, including Dracula, The Phantom of the Opera, Horrors of the Black Museum, Dr Terror’s House of Horrors, The Skull and Curse of the Crimson Altar.

Curse of the Crimson Altar 1968 REVIEW

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Curse Of The Crimson Altar 1968 is a good-dated thriller with moments of fun, says TERRY SHERWOOD

What A Carve Up! 1961 REVIEW

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What A Carve Up 1961 scene
What A Carve Up! 1961 is a simple but effective 1960s horror comedy, says TERRY SHERWOOD

Michael Gough, essential player in UK horror boom

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Michael Gough in Dracula
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks back on the life of horror film legend and Hammer stalwart Michael Gough

Trog 1970 REVIEW

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RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES goes underground to review Trog (1970)

The Phantom of the Opera 1962 REVIEW

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TERRY SHERWOOD reviews Phantom of the Opera 1962

The Skull 1965 REVIEW

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

Konga 1961 REVIEW

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Konga 1961
SIMON BALL says UK horror Konga 1961 will "make your eyes water" ...

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

Dracula 1958 REVIEW

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Dracula 1958, Horror of Dracula 1958
The memories of watching Dracula 1958 aka Horror of Dracula 1958 are still with me, says DAVID SAUNDERSON

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Phantom monks haunt St Dunstan’s Church, East Acton

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Ghosts of executed monks haunt the grounds of St Dunstan's Church in East Acton, says PATSY SORENTI

Inside The Athenaeum Enniscorthy, Ireland’s most haunted theatre

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The Athenaeum in Enniscorthy is known as Ireland's most haunted theatre, says ANN MASSEY

The Asphyx 1972 REVIEW

The Asphyx 1972
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The Asphyx 1972 is an endearing mix of Brit-horror and period costume drama, says RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES

Mother Riley Meets the Vampire 1952 REVIEW

Mother Riley Meets the Vampire
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Mother Riley Meets the Vampire would be long forgotten had it not been for Bela Lugosi's appearance in this lacklustre British comedy.