The Hammer Horror and Carry On star appears in the sort of TV commercial that would not be allowed today.
The enduring fascination with the Loch Ness Monster for researchers, filmmakers and novelists.
One of the last-gasp efforts from the legendary studio was a big-budget comic book adaptation – but it failed to get off the ground.
Why the demise of the label behind most of the vintage TV releases in Britain is a tragedy – and perhaps a sign of things to come.
Looking back at the life and work of one of the iconic figures of British horror film criticism.
Exploring the world of movie locations – the unchanged and the long lost.
The birth of Amicus horror – a stumbling but charming multi-story fright film with an eccentric cast and rather familiar narratives.
A stop-motion monster that proved to be too much for some TV viewers.
Paperbacks from the glory days of the film and television tie-in novel.
The oddly forgotten musical recordings by the British cult movie queen.
The notorious misfire from Amicus producer Milton Subotsky is every bit as disastrous and dismal as you’ve been told.
Continuing our crime movie series with a look at a pre-Hammer Horror Terence Fisher lightweight crime romp that fails to thrill.