Continuing our Hammer Horror retrospective with a look at the second film in the iconic Dracula series.
Continuing our Hammer Horror month with a look at one of their most impressive films, adapted from the Dennis Wheatley novel.
Continuing our look at Hammer Films with their curious hybrid of historical biopic and gothic horror from 1966.
Continuing our Hammer Horror month with a look at one of the company’s lesser efforts, another entry in the Mummy series.
Continuing our look at Hammer Horror with one of the company’s most impressive works from the 1970s.
Continuing our Hammer retrospective month with a look at their uncharacteristic and underrated study of rural occultism.
Continuing our Hammer Horror Halloween month with a look at the final horror film of the company’s Golden Age.
Continuing our Halloween-month exploration of Hammer Horror with the company’s sole Sherlock Holmes adaptation.
Continuing our Halloween Hammer Horror exploration with a look at one of the company’s lesser-known titles from their early ventures into the gothic.
Our series of Hammer Horror film reviews for the Halloween season begins with their radical reinterpretation of the most moribund series in the Universal Monster canon.
The paranoid and conspiracy-driven films of America’s biggest fundamentalist production company.
A limited-edition collection of increasingly strong and adventurous Imperial Stouts with a horror movie theme – what’s not to like?