British horror films of the 1960s and 1970s have a certain macabre look to them. The lighting is dim and Gothic architecture and misty moors abound. 988 more words
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For nearly 30 years, Hammer Film Productions defined British horror cinema. Not only did Hammer revive the classic Universal monsters like Dracula, The Wolf Man and The Mummy, they produced supernatural adventure films, sexy and atmospheric Gothic horrors that pushed the boundaries of good taste in the 60s and 70s, and intelligent science fiction chillers. 743 more words
#AceBreakingNews- BRITAIN:June.11: Sir Christopher Lee, the veteran actor and star of many of the world’s biggest film franchises, has died aged 93.
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The English-born actor, who made his name playing Dracula and Frankenstein in the Hammer horror films, appeared in more than 250 movies.
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The town of Wake Wood holds a secret: They can bring their dead back to life for three days to allow loved ones time to visit, make amends, express their love… and say goodbye. 356 more words