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The Horrible Dr Hitchcock (1962)

‘It’s my sister. I’ve had her staying with me here, but tomorrow I’m taking her to the asylum.’

Brilliant London medico Dr Hitchcock has a naughty little secret. 490 more words

Movie Reviews

Terror Fills The Night As She Stalks Her Prey!

Yesterday I watched a horror film directed by Vernon Sewell (“The Blood Beast Terror”, “Ghost Ship”). Originally released way back in 1968, “Curse Of The Crimson Altar” 824 more words


Cinema Sunday: Black Sunday (1960)

Title: Black Sunday (A.K.A. The Mask of Satan)

Distributor: American International Pictures

Writer: Mario Bava (screenplay)

Director: Mario Bava

Producer: Massimo de Rita, Samuel Z. 1,014 more words


The Crimson Cult (1968)

aka Curse of the Crimson Altar.

At long last this must have flick has turned up on the home video market after laying dormant for far too long. 747 more words

Daily Take


Ah 1968, the year that keeps turning up all over these film reviews. The year quite a lot happened actually. Although this is strictly a B movie in terms of quality, it is one of the most colourfully entertaining products that came out of England from that era. 793 more words


Unkind Cuts

Daniel Riccuito, main author of The Beauty of Terror, with Jennifer Matsui and myself, is incandescent with rage about changes Fangoria magazine made to the piece without consulting us. 2,097 more words