All tagged Christopher Lee
Aaron Carruthers looks at the new Second Sight Films Blu-Ray release of the Amicus produced, horror classic, The House That Dipped Blood starring genre stars Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Denholm Elliott, Jon Pertwee and Ingrid Pitt.
Jon Cross sits down with his After Movie Diner Podcast co-host, published poet, friend and recently revealed The Bloke Down The Pub, our Hammer Horror reviewer, J.E.A. Wallace to talk Hammer films, sci-fi poetry, storytelling and creativity.
For his 50th Hammer Horror review, The Bloke Down The Pub talks about why 1958’s Dracula AKA Horror of Dracula remains the quintessential Hammer film and the benchmark by which all others are measured.
Also we reveal The Bloke Down The Pub’s true identity!!!
One of the biggest, weirdest and wonderful movies of the 1980s was Gremlins and it made a star out of its leading man, Zach Galligan and meant that we never looked at microwaves or stairlifts the same way again. While at Comic Con Scotland’s “For the love of the 80s” event, Aaron Carruthers got to chat with Galligan about Gremlins and a lot more!
The Bloke Down The Pub, our Hammer Horror fanatic, can’t believe anyone, let alone the producer, doesn’t love the Christopher Lee starring The Devil Rides Out from 1968.
Hosts Jim Wallace and Jon Cross discuss bad bat puppets, ill-advised sex comedy, Christopher Lee's mad face and so much more while reviewing Hammer Horror's Scars of Dracula
The Bloke Down The Pub, lover of all things Hammer, debates the guilt in "guilty pleasure" sequel of Hammer's long-running Dracula franchise, 1972's Dracula A.D. 1972.
The Bloke Down The Pub is wishing that his beloved Hammer had made a whole slew of Sherlock Holmes movies after watching 1959's The Hound of the Baskervilles starring Peter Cushing, Andre Morell and Christopher Lee.
The Hammer Horror loving 'Bloke Down The Pub' is back! and wishing that they could've got Peter Cushing to do one day's work on 1970's Taste The Blood of Dracula.
What happens when you cover Christopher Lee in mad hair appliances and let his hands, eyes and voice go crazy? Our Hammer Horror loving 'bloke down the pub' finds out when he reviews 1966's Rasputin the Mad Monk.
Our Hammer Horror loving 'The bloke down the pub' has finally answered the riddle behind Dracula AD72 and found it buried in 1970's Scars of Dracula.
The fifth of many videos exploring what great horror films you should watch this October (or HORROTOBER as we call it round here). #5 The Satanic Rites of Dracula
Our Hammer Horror loving 'bloke down the pub' is enthralled by sound in 1961's claustrophobic Scream of Fear.
In our continuing series of articles 'The bloke down the pub' tells us all about his favourite Hammer Horror films. In his eighteenth review he's wondering just what are the perks of being Dracula's butler, if any, in 1966's Dracula Prince of Darkness.
Michael Campochiaro, takes a look back at a sequel, which despite being massively inferior to the original and, occasionally is just laughably strange still deserves to be considered a cult classic - Howling II: Your Sister Is a Werewolf
This week, our contemplative Hammer Horror fan, 'The Bloke Down The Pub' is talking about 1959's The Mummy, starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, and the nature of good and evil.
He's at it again our Hammer Horror loving 'bloke down the pub' and this time he's waxing rhapsodic about 1960s The Two faces of Dr.Jekyll.
In a new series of articles 'The bloke down the pub' will tell us all about his favourite Hammer Horror films. In his second weekly ramble he's in an inquisitive frame of mind about The Gorgon from 1964.
In a new series of articles 'The bloke down the pub' will tell us all about his favourite Hammer Horror films. This first week he's forcing us to listen to him excitedly ramble on about Dracula Has Risen From The Grave from 1968.