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16 Sep 2010, 10:45am
certainly hammer's best film, a cinematic tour de force that still has the power to chill blood to the bone!
Related to: Dracula (1958)
16 Sep 2010, 10:29am
although this film has been harshly judged i think it is a hidden gem with a superb james bernard score
Related to: The Terror of the Tongs (1961)
15 Sep 2010, 7:44pm
As with HORROR OF DRACULA, this is the absolute best of the lot; dunno how many times I've seen it, either.
Related to: The Curse Of Frankenstein (1957)
15 Sep 2010, 7:42pm
THIS is the one! I don't recall how many times I've seen it, but it STILL makes the donuts!
15 Sep 2010, 7:40pm
Caught this on "The CBS Late Movie", mid-70's. Fun, definitely out of the ordinary for Hammer.
Related to: Moon Zero Two (1969)
15 Sep 2010, 7:38pm
I was ten when I saw this, on a double bill with "RASPUTIN, THE MAD MONK"....scared me green then, but hasen't held up as well as the Frankenstein / Dracula films.
Related to: The Reptile (1966)
15 Sep 2010, 7:35pm
I first saw this while working at the Ohio Theatre in Lorain , summer of '73. An odd picture, with one of the nastiest-looking beasties to date, e.g. the thing in the hold. I wouldn't mind finding this on DVD.
Related to: The Lost Continent (1967)
15 Sep 2010, 7:31pm
This is the first film I remember seeing theatrically (Tower Drive-In, Lorain, Ohio, 1959) and one of my favorites. The Baron is an intriguing villian, almost effiminate but still menacing.
Related to: The Brides of Dracula (1960)
14 Sep 2010, 4:10pm
Quite exciting news this as my Laserdisc is now getting rather worn out having viewed it more than 300 times over oh so many years.
Related to: The Satanic Rites Of Dracula (1974)
14 Sep 2010, 1:58pm
Nigel Kneale and Hammer Films - perfect, just perfect. Add in Andrew Keir and Barbara Shelley and you have, in my opinion, Hammer's greatest film to date.
Related to: Quatermass And The Pit (1967)
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