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Out of the Unknown: ‘Time in Advance’ (BBC2 1 November 1965)

This episode is based on ‘Time in Advance’ (Galaxy 1956) by William Tenn, the pseudonym of Philip Klass, UK-born but US-resident since childhood. He published only one novel, … 1,160 more words


Favorite films - The Stone Tape

Originally broadcast by the BBC on Christmas Day in 1972, The Stone Tape is part of a tradition of seasonal ghost stories that included such classic televisual chillers as… 555 more words


The 3rd FANTASTIQ Film Festival On Sale NOW!

Yep you read right! FANTASTIQ returns for a third crack of the whip with another weekend of special guests, film previews, shorts and 35mm classics from the vaults. 79 more words

Fright Club

31 Days of Horror: Film 31: Countess Dracula (1971)

It’s time for the 31 Days of Horror: 2014 Edition. For those of you who weren’t around for last year’s journey, the plan is to watch at least 31 horror movies I’ve never seen before and review them all. 619 more words

31 Days Of Horror

Countess Dracula (1971) | Ingrid Pitt loses her voice in Hammer’s historic take on the Elisabeth Báthory legend

History and horror collide in Hammer’s 1971 chiller, Countess Dracula, in which Ingrid Pitt – who proved a big hit in Hammer’s The Vampire Lovers… 589 more words


Hands of the Ripper (1971) Peter Sasdy

Who knew Jack the Ripper had a daughter? I didn’t. Well, Hands of the Ripper a 1971 Hammer film assumes it’s so and naturally, she’s a daddy’s girl. 384 more words