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04 Nov 2010, 6:08pm
The best of hammer and a classic twist on the old story. Martine Beswick and Ralph Bates are teriffic in this.
Related to: Dr Jekyll And Sister Hyde (1971)
04 Nov 2010, 6:07pm
Here's another corker from a time when horror was actually scary and not just sick-inducing.
Related to: The Devil Rides Out (1968)
04 Nov 2010, 6:05pm
This is one of the best Hammer films and a real memory of mine from my childhood. I remember seeing it on BBC2 as part of their horror double-bills. A real gem! Make more like this please.
Related to: The Plague Of The Zombies (1966)
04 Nov 2010, 6:04pm
Excellent dinosaurs and Raquel Welch in a furry bikini. What more could you ask for?
Related to: One Million Years B.C. (1966)
04 Nov 2010, 6:01pm
I saw this on Sky a few years ago. It seemed to combine sci-fi and western elements. That's the kindest thing I can say about it. It's certainly a curio that has to be seen to be believed.
Related to: Moon Zero Two (1969)
04 Nov 2010, 6:00pm
Whatever happened to Judy Geeson? She was a permanent TV/film fixture of my 70s childhood.
Related to: Fear In The Night (1972)
04 Nov 2010, 12:30pm
Surely there is no reason Christopher Lee couldn't reprise the role of the Duc? I'm sure I've read an article recently where Christopher Lee stated he would play the role again...
04 Nov 2010, 10:35am
This is probably one of the best horror films ever made. It retains the ability to frighten all these years later. I think it is the poise and gravitas the Christopher Lee brings to the character of de Richleau, but consider too the other actors around him. Charles Gray, the divine Nike Arrighi, Leon Greene (given that extra quality by Patrick Allen) and so many more. This is reportedly Christopher Lee's favourite Hammer film and there is no argument from me. There were many more Wheatley books with de Richleau and Rex; it is a pity more films weren't made. Maybe we could see them coming through now - it would make a revelatory TV series... I'm not a big fan of remakes but, who could play the Duc?
04 Nov 2010, 9:09am
The Woman in Black is a very safe story to film . The stage show has run successfully for years in London, it was filmed for TV in the eighties and even then managed to be quite chilling . Well done to the re-formed Hammer and best of luck with the franchise. I have always said Peter Cushing was one person I would really have liked to meet - a really great guy.
Related to: The Woman In Black (2012)
02 Nov 2010, 1:47pm
I was quite surprised to read that the voices of both Mary and Madeleine Collinson were actually dubbed in the film. A pity, as it would have been nice to hear their real voices.
Related to: Twins Of Evil (1971)
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