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10 Aug 2012, 6:26pm
My all-time favourite British Occult/horror film. Christopher Lee is at his best in this film. Charles Gray, whom I am found of, acts superbly as well. To me this film is the ultimate British film taking place in the country side of England during the 20's and 30's. The atmosphere one comes to expect in such film is all there in this Hammer production.
I recently heard rumors that Hammer is planning to release this film (and other Hammer films) in Blu-ray. Is this true? Can someone tell me more about it? Thank you...
Related to: The Devil Rides Out (1968)
08 Aug 2012, 10:07pm
Can't wait for the new dvd edition. Even though i've seen the film countless times, the extras on the new edition have managed to persuade me to part with my money when it is released.
Hopefully, there will be many more of these special editions in the coming months, as i'm sure Hammer has a wealth of material in their vaults which fans would be happy to see.
Related to: The Curse Of Frankenstein (1957)
08 Aug 2012, 10:03pm
I've been a Hammer film fan since my teens and have never seen this on tv, and it seems to have bypassed dvd completely. I would consider buying it if it is ever released.
Maybe with some of the profits from Woman in Black, they could set up their own in-house dvd company in order to release some of their lesser known titles such as this one?
I'm sure there would be a big enough demand for it.
Related to: The Shadow Of The Cat (1961)
30 Jul 2012, 12:42am
I like this film. I always have, since seeing it as a boy. I thought it was grim and frightening as a child, and I guess there's enough child left in me to still like the monsters, lost ships, and eclectic and desperate crew and passengers. Atmospheric and dark, with a great cast.
Related to: The Lost Continent (1967)
30 Jul 2012, 12:34am
Why did we, in the US, get the shorter US cut? Disappointing. Looking forward to the longer British cut making it to the US.
Related to: One Million Years B.C. (1966)
28 Jul 2012, 7:35pm
Is this set in 17th century or modernized?
Related to: Countess Dracula (2013)
21 Jul 2012, 5:21am
I love the movie. im into vampires.
Related to: Dracula (1958)
11 Jul 2012, 2:26pm
Very weak new novelization by Guy Adams dropped the lushly Gothic setting and rewrote the original plot. Jonathan Rigby calls this "exciting" in his foreword. No, it isn´t.
Related to: Evel (2013)
08 Jul 2012, 8:22pm
My absolute favorite Cushing Frankestein film. To play the characters completely different from his other portrayals of the same character is a testament to his skill. I love the darker, more psychotic Frankenstein. This rounds out my top 3 Hammer films!
Related to: Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969)
08 Jul 2012, 8:18pm
My 2nd all time fave and in today's culture, VERY through provoking for the time. The gender switch and Bates and Bestwick could actually pass for brother and sister in this which makes the transfer that much cooler. Saw this on the Big screen FINALLY last year and it was amazing!
Related to: Dr Jekyll And Sister Hyde (1971)
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