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Fancy seeing a a host of Hammer horror in the dark dank depths of The Old Vic Tunnels in London? Well, starting Friday 10 February, theflickerclub.com and Hammer are presenting bloody classics like The Reptile, Frankenstein Created Woman and The … Continue reading
Skyline Lights alive… An alien force uses pretty lights to lure silly human folk to their destruction in this derivative sci-fi flick. If you can see this, then you might need a Flash Player upgrade or you need to install … Continue reading
Hammer Films may have bitten the dust back in the late-1970s, but its legacy has lived on thanks to a 1980s TV series, spin-off magazines, conventions, and numerous blogs and fansites. Now, Hammer has been resurrected to scare the pants … Continue reading
Hollywood remakes of foreign films don’t always turn out the way you imagine. A year ago, if you had been asked which of the following would Hollywood get right – a remake of brilliant and original Swedish vampire film Let … Continue reading
Fans of brilliant Swedish vampire thriller Let the Right One In understandably shuddered when news broke that Hollywood planned to do a remake. It would be shocking, wouldn’t it? And not in a good way. Well, contrary to expectation, Let … Continue reading
When I was a kid I had this well-thumbed book about mysteries and the unexplained. From UFOs to the Bermuda Triangle, Nessy to the Yeti, and werewolves to vampires, it showcased an exciting range of spooky myths and legends. At … Continue reading
The 54th London Film Festival kicks off tonight with the world premiere of Never Let Me Go, Mark Romanek’s eagerly awaited adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro’s acclaimed novel, starring Carey Mulligan, Keira Knightley and Andrew Garfield. Over the next 15 days … Continue reading
Public booking for this year’s London Film Festival opens today. There’s a bewildering array of films and special events to choose from, including almost 200 features and 112 shorts, 11 world premieres and over 100 UK premieres, plus special events … Continue reading
I’ve always had a thing for Hollywood movie star biographies, but I mean old-school Hollywood, like 1930s, 40s and 50s. Some great reads so far have been Ava Gardner – Love is Nothing by Lee Server, Bette and Joan: The … Continue reading