TOWER OF LONDON (1939) Reviews and overview

Tower of London is a 1939 American historical and quasi-horror film produced and directed by Rowland V. Lee (Son of Frankenstein) from a screenplay by his brother Robert N. Lee for Universal Pictures. It …

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Free Horror Movies: T

Teenage Zombies – Jerry Warren, USA, 1957 Internet Archive |  Tubi Teenagers from Outer Space – USA, 1957 Hades Media | Reclusive Films The Tell-Tale Heart – Ernest Wallace, UK, 1960 …

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Free Horror Movies: S

Satan’s Storybook – Michael Rider, USA, 1989 Stars: Ginger Lynn Allen, Steven K. Arthur, Jane August, Gary Brandner A two-part horror anthology, the first part about a serial killer who …

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HOUSE OF DRACULA (1945) Reviews and overview

House of Dracula is a 1945 American horror film released by Universal Pictures. It is a direct sequel to House of Frankenstein, and continued the theme of combining the studio’s three most popular monsters: Frankenstein’s …

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THE RAVEN (1963) Reviews and overview

‘A macabre masterpiece of terror!’ The Raven is a 1963 American comedy horror feature film produced and directed by Roger Corman. The movie stars Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, and Boris …

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ASYLUM (1972) Reviews and overview

‘You have nothing to lose but your mind.’ Asylum is a 1972 British anthology horror film directed by Roy Ward Baker (The Vault of Horror; Scars of Dracula; Quatermass and The Pit) …

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BLACK FRIDAY (1940) Reviews and overview

  ‘A man-made monster is on the loose!’ Black Friday is a 1940 American science fiction-crime-horror Universal Pictures film directed by Arthur Lubin (Hold That Ghost; Phantom of the Opera). It …

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70s Monster Memories – book

70s Monster Memories is a 2015 British book from the writers of We Belong Dead magazine. The 400 page full colour soft back book contains over seventy chapters covering nearly every aspect of 1970s horror …

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Dwarfs in Horror Cinema – article

For some, all the world’s a stage, for others, a battlefield. Circumstances sometimes mean that these two options are thrust upon a person, both socially and as a career. It’s …

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Ghoul – folklore

A ghoul is a folkloric monster or evil spirit associated with graveyards and consuming human flesh, often classified as undead. The oldest surviving literature that mentions ghouls is likely One …

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MADHOUSE (1974) Reviews and overview

‘If stark terror were ecstasy… living here would be sheer bliss!’ Madhouse is a 1974 released British horror feature film directed by Jim Clark for Amicus Productions in association with …

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THE MAD GENIUS (1931) Reviews and overview

The Mad Genius (1931) is an all-talking pre-code horror drama film produced and distributed by Warner Bros. and directed by Michael Curtiz. The film stars John Barrymore, Marian Marsh, Donald Cook, Charles Butterworth, and in small roles, Boris Karloff and Frankie Darro. The film …

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TOWER OF LONDON (1962) Reviews and overview

Tower of London is a 1962 historical drama and horror feature film, starring Vincent Price, Michael Pate (The Black Castle, Curse of the Undead, The Marsupials: The Howling III), Robert Brown, Charles Macaulay, Joan Freeman, Morris Ankrum (The Giant …

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Castle Films – 8mm home movie distributor

Castle Films was a home-movie distributor founded in California by former newsreel cameraman Eugene W. Castle in 1924. The company originally produced business and advertising films. In 1937, Castle branched out into 8mm and 16mm home movies, buying newsreel …

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