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Category: Reviews

The Collection (2012) – Classic Review

The Collection
This is the 2012 sequel to the 2009 movie ‘The Collector’ again written and directed by Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton. It stars Emma Fitzpatrick and Josh Stewart reprises his role as Arkin.

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The Curse of Frankenstein – Classic Review

The Curse of FrankensteinThe Curse of Frankenstein – Another Hammer classic and the first of their Gothic horror movies for which the studio would become famous for. Directed by Terence Fisher, who would later make “ Dracula” and starring Peter Cushing as Victor Frankenstein as well as Christopher Lee as the Creature. It was released in 1957 and was an instant box office hit despite the rather conservative reviews of the British press “for sadists only” declared the Telegraph and “among the half dozen most repulsive films I have encountered” cried the Observer. Not very flattering for a movie as ground breaking as this.

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Night Of The Lepus (1972) – Classic Review

Night Of The Lepus WideI tried long and hard to avoid this movie (Night of the Lepus), but it was inevitable that at some point I had to face it.  Here we have a movie so bad that not even the casting of Janet Leigh could save it.  In fact this is the movie that essentially destroyed her movie career.  Yes it’s that bad.

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Witchfinder General (1968) – Classic Review

Witchfinder General - WideMade in 1968 this is, in my opinion, one of the finest horror movies ever put on celluloid. Co-produced and released by British Tigon Productions, directed by Michael Reeves with a screenplay by both he and Tom Baker (no, not that Tom Baker) and based on the novel of the same name by Ronald Basset which in itself is a heavily fictionalized account of the Matthew Hopkins story.

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Dracula (1958) – Classic Review

Dracula HeaderThis is possibly one of the finest adaptations of Bram Stoker’s novel ever to have been put on celluloid.  Although the story veer’s widely from the source material the atmosphere, the filming and acting are nothing short of perfect.  Filmed in 1957 on a budget of £81,000 by Hammer it was released the following year to general critical acclaim and broke box office records when released in the U.S as ‘Horror of Dracula’ (to avoid confusion with universal’s 1931 production).

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