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11 Nov 2010, 7:59pm
This must be the best Hammer horror made to date. Simply a classic a top director and an awesome cast, British horror at its best!
Related to: The Devil Rides Out (1968)
11 Nov 2010, 7:50pm
This is simply Hammer gothic horror at its best. It has to be one of Peter Cushings finnests performances a true great
Related to: The Brides of Dracula (1960)
08 Nov 2010, 12:37pm
One of the best Hammer horrors with Peter Cushing outstanding as the baron and James Bernard providing one of his best Hammer scores.
Related to: Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969)
07 Nov 2010, 1:05pm
If the remake is done well, the film has the potential to be huge. I saw the original when it was first released (& have a copy on video). I recently re-read the book which is masterfully written. In spite of being familiar with the story - read the book, seen the film and the play - I am still - still, to this day - nervous watching it alone at night. Am very much looking forward to seeing Hammer's take on it, and Dan Radcliffe as Kipps. The story is strong & stands on its own, please keep any special effects to a minimum.
Related to: The Woman In Black (2012)
06 Nov 2010, 10:40pm
Interview with Judy on theblackboxclub.com She still lives in the US. Her Sister lives in UK. I love Fear In The Night....such a small budget, but so much value! A real thriller.
Related to: Fear In The Night (1972)
06 Nov 2010, 9:37pm
The trailer can be found on youtube :-) Looks ace, its amazing that Sir Christopher Lee is still working despite his years. He is a legend
Related to: The Resident (2011)
05 Nov 2010, 9:19am
The Nanny is a good film and along with the Anniversary is made all the better for the presence of Bette Davis. There is currently no Cast or Crew information for this film here and it deserves to be updated with appropriate info.
Related to: The Nanny (1965)
05 Nov 2010, 2:37am
Thank God you've got dear old Chris Lee in it! When can we in the States see the trailer?
04 Nov 2010, 9:00pm
"Let Me In", is a mesmerizing masterpiece. The camera work is beautiful in every way, the lighting is wonderfully dark, and the acting is so believable you'd swear the story was real. This is the best movie I have ever seen. I am in eager anticipation for the blu-ray and dvd releases of this masterfully crafted film. The film is a true work of art and I am so thankful to writers and crew of this film for bringing an americanized version of "Let the right one in", for film fans such as myself to enjoy. The Hammer legacy is alive and well, and what a wonderful masterpiece to resurrect the epic name of Hammer Films.
Related to: Let Me In (2010)
04 Nov 2010, 8:16pm
I love this film, and all the other Quatermass films. The original is still quite disturbing even up against some of todays films. If they remake this then the transformation of Victor Carroon should be as disturbing as that of Seth Brundle in The Fly(1986). After all that is the benchmark for body horror, and the original Quatermass Experiment definitely had elements of that. Hammer would also need a great actor to play Quatermass and someone who could evoke pathos and horror to play Carroon.
Related to: The Quatermass Xperiment (1955)
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