Tag: Peter Cushing Films

Peter Cushing films include Curse of Frankenstein, Dracula, The Mummy and Dr Who and the Daleks.

Madhouse 1974 REVIEW

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Vincent Price and Peter Cushing in Madhouse 1974
Madhouse 1974, starring Vincent Price and Peter Cushing, is a 1970s horror gem for acquired tastes, says TERRY SHERWOOD

Shock Waves 1977 REVIEW

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Peter Cushing - Shock Waves 1977
Shock Waves 1977, starring Peter Cushing, is a fun, well-directed underwater Nazi zombie exploitation thriller, says TERRY SHERWOOD

The Mummy 1959 and Frankenstein And The Monster From Hell 1974...

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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.

House of the Long Shadows 1983 REVIEW

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House of the Long Shadows
House of the Long Shadows 1983 is full of classic horror greats, but is it any good? TERRY SHERWOOD takes a look!

She 1965 REVIEW

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She 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:...

The Ghoul 1975 REVIEW

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The Ghoul 1975 with Veronica Carlson and Peter Cushing
The Ghoul 1975 is a vintage British horror of contradictions and worth seeing for the fine performances of its cast, says TERRY SHERWOOD

From Beyond the Grave 1974 REVIEW

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

Land of the Minotaur 1976 REVIEW

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

The Gorgon 1964 REVIEW

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Close up of The Gorgon
SIMON BALL takes a look at the Hammer classic horror, The Gorgon (1964)

Tales From The Crypt 1972 REVIEW

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Tales from the Crypt 1972
Tales From The Crypt 1972 is the quintessential Amicus film, says RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES

The Hellfire Club 1961 REVIEW

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RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at The Hellfire Club 1961 - does the subject promise more than the film delivers?

Night of the Big Heat 1967 REVIEW

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Night of the Big Heat
Peter Cushing's steals scenes in Night of the Big Heat 1967 and deserves respect, says HOWARD JACKSON

Corruption 1968 REVIEW

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Corruption 1968 Poster
Corruption 1968 is one of Peter Cushing's less distinguished outings, says RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES

Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires 1974 REVIEW

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BARRY McCAN takes a look back at Hammer's The Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires

The Beast Must Die 1974 REVIEW

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The Beast Must Die
SIMON BALL reviews The Beast Must Die 1974

I, Monster 1971 REVIEW

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I monster 1971
I, Monster 1971 - starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing - is reviewed by SIMON BALL

Incense for the Damned 1970 REVIEW

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Incense for the Damned
Horror legend DAVID McGILLIVRAY reviews Incense for the Damned 1970

The Uncanny 1977 REVIEW

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The Uncanny 1977
The Uncanny 1977 is a film that despite starring Peter Cushing, Ray Milland and Donald Pleasence, still lacks punch, says PETER FULLER.

Captain Clegg 1962 REVIEW

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Captain Clegg Poster
CARL SYKES calls Captain Clegg 1962 a taut and gripping story

Torture Garden 1967 Review

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Torture Garden 1967 is Amicus' second horror anthology film, reviewed by SELENE PAXTON-BROOKS

The Skull 1965 REVIEW

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

The House That Dripped Blood 1970 REVIEW

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

The Abominable Snowman 1957 REVIEW

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ADAM SCOVELL reviews Val Guest's intelligent Hammer drama The Abominable Snowman

The Satanic Rites of Dracula 1974 REVIEW

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The Satanic Rites of Dracula 1974
RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES describes watching his first Hammer Horror, The Satanic Rites of Dracula!

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