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10 Oct 2010, 8:08pm
Now filming is over I can tellyou that Halton Gill on the North Yorkshire Dales is Crythin Gifford in the story and they used my brother's house fot the Gifford Arms exterior. Anyone who wants to join me as a friend on facebook feel free, I've put a few pics up.
Questiom - how can Alisa Khazanova be Mrs Drablow? I thought she an old bag, unless its just for the flashbacks?
Gareth Nolan :)
Related to: The Woman In Black (2012)
10 Oct 2010, 4:40pm
When I first learned about the remake of the Swedish "Let the Right One In", I sighed, "Oh no. Another foreign film classic ruined by an English language remake." But then I saw it was by Hammer - and my mouth dropped open. Was this THE Hammer Film Studio? The remake was great - while truthful to the original, it was also unique enough to stand solidly on its own. Reeves did a fabulous job (and Smit-McPhee and Moretz were so perfect in their roles), and what a gem to herald Hammer's return.
Related to: Let Me In (2010)
07 Oct 2010, 12:10pm
I have fond memories of this film,Peter Cushing shines as always in his role,and Christopher lee gets too speak lines and even speaks with an east European accent ,what more could you want,yes a half decent print of the Movie would be good,seems like this will be happening next year?do not go American region 1 all their copies are rubbish,
Related to: The Satanic Rites Of Dracula (1974)
06 Oct 2010, 9:32am
Loved this, thought it was just amazing and a great comeback for HAMMER.
05 Oct 2010, 9:33pm
LOVE the score (and Stephanie Beacham of course).
Related to: Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972)
05 Oct 2010, 9:30pm
The first Hammer film I ever saw (rightly so!). It's understandable how it shocked the world in 1957. The violence must have been pretty brutal for the time (the murder of the professor and shooting of Lee in particular) and the make up is grimly effective too. Cushing is excellent (as always) and Valerie Gaunt is superb as house maid Justine whose drawn out discovery of the monster remains my favourite sequence.
Related to: The Curse Of Frankenstein (1957)
05 Oct 2010, 9:15pm
My favourite Hammer film of all time. A dark, brooding gothic fairy tale that never ceases to impress me. A storyline with subtext, characters with substance. A magnificent score. Dark. Sensual. Sublime.
Related to: Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970)
05 Oct 2010, 9:02pm
My favourite of the Frankensteins and one of the very best Hammer films. The script is sharp and intellegent and the characters sympathetic. Veronica Carlson proves herself a brilliant actrress and Peter Cushing is superb and more cold and calculating than usual as the Baron....The set design, costumes and score are all top notch. What I would give to see this one and Taste The Blood Of Dracula as a double bill at the flicks!
Related to: Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969)
03 Oct 2010, 9:24am
Hi, I've been watching some of the filming and I think (I hope!) this film is going to be a classic. The village setting is very atmospheric and the weather has been miserable which adds to it. The village is set up in the early 1900's period (the Rolls Royce Silver Ghost is the one used in Dorian Gray and dates from 1913) The cast, not currently listed on the Hammer site includes Liz White (LIfe on Mars) and Ciaran Hinds (Rome) Tim McMullan and Daniel Cerquiera and Alfie Field. No sign of Michael Ripper - yet! :)
08 Oct 2010, 6:31am
Awesome info, thanks. The pic on Daniel on twitter is amazing, he looks great and so adult..making me feel old!
03 Oct 2010, 9:18am
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