In the outlandish and fantastical world of the superhero comic, it should come as no surprise that little is off-limits, even a foray into gothic and literary horror.
The short-lived effort by the British censors to give “morbid and horrible” films their own restrictive adults-only category.
It’s lycanthrope vs lizard in this unreleased, unfinished clash of the monster movie titans.
For easy reference, here is a handy checklist of all of our Hammer movie features. Dig in and enjoy this series of hot takes, rambling discussions and sensational photo galleries about the classic films from the legendary British studio.
Concluding our Hammer Horror retrospective with a look at the last gasp of the traditional gothic horror and the final chapter in the Frankenstein saga.
Our Hammer Films retrospective continues with a look at a classic vinyl horror story, with Christopher Lee making his final Dracula appearance for the company.
A remarkably low-rent toy series aimed at horror-obsessed Seventies kids.
Continuing our look back at Hammer Horror with the company’s clumsy attempt to blend their style with the Universal Monster movie.
The often-derided 1973 two-part TV adaptation of the classic story is more interesting than critics give it credit for.
The rise and fall of the iconic Saturday night horror movie pairings of classic – and not-so-classic – horror movies.
Classic Horror meets Sixties sexploitation in this unusual and entertaining 8mm sex film.
The too-good-to-be-true monster magazine ads of the 1960s and 70s.