The much-maligned 2010 remake of the classic horror film is a lot better than you might remember.
Lucio Fulci’s collision of Lovecraftian gothic and hardgore splatter is visually and stylistically impressive, but somewhat overrated.
Get yourself a spectacular new interpretation of Bram Stoker’s novel as a series of diaries, maps and recordings – but prepare for an equally spectacular
The maverick filmmaker’s extraordinary study of eroticism and gothic horror.
The other films from the Godfather of Gore.
An exhaustive gallery of Hammer Films’ gleefully gratuitous sexy publicity shots of their female stars.