Tag: Silent Horror Films
MARK FRYERS reveals five classics from the lost annals of British horror
A Jack the Ripper-styled killer is on the loose in London, as RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at Alfred Hitchcock's The Lodger (1927)
BARRY McCANN looks back on the grandaddy of all vampire films, the magnificent Nosferatu
BARRY McCANN looks at the legend behind the first Dracula film - Drakula halála (1921)
BARRY McCANN discusses the most sort-after lost silent horror film, London After Midnight (1927) starring Lon Chaney
The Haunted Curiosity Shop (1901) is one of the first ever British made horror films.
STEPHEN JACOBS ponders Stan Laurel's horror comedy, Dr Pyckle and Mr Pride (1925)
The Head of Janus may be the greatest lost horror film you've never heard of!
The first film version of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, made in 1908, is unfortunately lost.
The X-Rays (1897) is one of the earliest British spooky films in existence
STEPHEN MOSLEY reveals the overwelming power of John Barrymore in the 1920 silent classic, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
One of the first "horror films" ever made with trick photography used to tell the story of a photographer trying to take a picture of a ghost